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Say goodbye to a legacy and hello to Charleston's as the Hal Smith Group ends a new concept attempted in Lower Bricktown when they quickly had to end a restaurant's affiliation with former Thunder star Kevin Durant.
Legacy Grill opened last September in the space that previously home to KD's southern eatery.more»
The final piece to redeveloping the block that was once home to the only theater in Midtown is set with plans for a combined market and micro-restaurants. The Pivot Project bought the former Uptown Theater and adjoining offices and retail at 1212 N Hudson Ave. last year.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – After construction on Classen Curve’s expansion is complete, several stores will fill the space, including the second Evereve store to come to Oklahoma.
Shannon Barghols, marketing director for Classen Curve, The Triangle at Classen Curve and Nichols Hills Plaza, said that securing the women’s clothing store for Oklahoma City relied on having the right space for the company.
“We didn’t have the ideal spot and then our expansion made room for a lot of different stores,” Barghols said. “It was on our wish list for a while.”more»
Not much is left along NE 4, once an important African American commercial corridor in Oklahoma City, but a campaign is being launched to ensure the last surviving black theater is brought back to life for future generations.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY - The first new affordable housing built downtown in decades was officially opened Tuesday with more than half of its 48 units already leased.
Commons on Classen, 1320 Classen Drive, was built on the former headquarters of Neighborhood Housing Services of Oklahoma, a site Director Roland J. Chupik said was the only option for building new affordable senior housing.more»
Tommy Yi, co-founder of StarSpace46, plans to develop the area around his business with local leaders into an urban area similar to the Plaza District or Midtown. “We are really focusing on tech or anything that has to do with craft,” Yi said. “We are being very inclusive and open with the local residents, which is what you really didn’t see with any of the other areas.”more»
If you live in Oklahoma City and are thinking about starting a business, you're in the right place at the right time, a study suggests.
WalletHub, a website that offers its users free credit scores, free credit reports and credit improvement services, has released a list of the 10 cities it says are the best place for starting a business.more»
Talk about a pop-up opportunity.
One just recently came up for anyone who might have a good business idea, or who already has a business and would like to try an urban Oklahoma City location.more»