Retail Return: Talks underway to locate stores in renovated North East Town Center

Published Friday, April 7, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

Renovations are complete at a once blighted northeast Oklahoma City shopping center and leasing negotiations are underway with a dollar store, a national grocery chain, a salon, barbershop and a state agency to bring life back to the corner of NE 36 and Kelley Avenue.

Nearby residents are catching any chance they can to question architects, contractors and anyone else who might have information about what's next for the property. On a recent visit, architect Troy Downing was quickly approached by Carolyn Lee Williams, an area resident since 1979.

Williams, like many in the community, long sought a revival of the 100,000-square-foot shopping center at 1148 NE 36.

Read the entire article at oklahoman.com.

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