TORG, Singerman Purchase Outlet Shoppes at OKC

Published Monday, May 1, 2017
by The Outlet Resource Group

With the recent purchase of The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City, TORG has begun the evolution of value shopping in Oklahoma. Now, the only value shopping center in the state will be undergoing some exciting changes and upgrades. 

“The previous ownership established the center as a shopping destination, and we look forward to optimizing and improving the experience for shoppers and retailers,” said David Hinkle of TORG.

The outlets boast 90+ stores including Nike, Vera Bradley, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Under Armour, and the recently opened Bath & Body Works. The center’s location, in close proximity to the airport and downtown OKC itself, makes it a prime shopping destination for locals and tourists alike. Plans are already underway to update the look and feel of the center to fit within the Oklahoma landscape and to evolve the offerings from both stores and amenities.  

“We are excited to enter the Oklahoma City market,” Wagner said. “This is a fantastic location for the only outlet center in the state, and it is easily accessible by shoppers coming from the central core of the city as well as the suburbs.”

With new ownership and management in place, a fresh brand on the way and an evolved shopping experience being crafted, you can look for this newly evolved outlet center to change the way people shop in Oklahoma for good.

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