Recent Developments & News

2015 was a busy year on Oklahoma City's retail scene

Published Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Oklahoma City saw lots of big retail announcements in 2015, including a planned expansion of the Triangle at Classen Curve shopping center and construction of the Chisholm Creek development.  

Next year could see even more big announcements from Chisholm Creek, which opened the state's first Cabela's store in September, as well as the state's first TopGolf. iFly, the Austin-based indoor skydiving chain will open its first Oklahoma City location at Chisholm Creek sometime in 2016. 


Additional shops, restaurants, hotel are set for Chisholm Creek development

Published Thursday, November 19, 2015

iFly, a new indoor skydiving facility under construction at Chisholm Creek is set to open by the end of the year or early 2016.


Accessory retailer Charming Charlie bound for Outlet Shoppes in Oklahoma City

Published Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Jewelry and accessories retailer Charming Charlie will open a 4,000-square-foot store at in the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City, 7630 W Reno Ave.


WHISKEY AND GEAR: Men's clothier on tap for Classen Curve

Published Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Bespoke menswear retailer Q Clothier & Rye 51 will open a 2,750-square-foot store in the Classen Curve shopping center before the end of the year.


Madewell opens in Penn Square

Published Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Madewell, a division of J. Crew, has opened a new 2,849-square-foot store at Penn Square Mall. The store is the first of its kind in Oklahoma and sells denim and other casual clothing pieces.


Gift cards, giveaways mark opening of H&M's OKC store

Published Friday, September 4, 2015

Shoppers began lining up in the early hours of the morning Thursday for the opening of Oklahoma's first H&M store at Quail Springs Mall. 


Cabela's looks to welcome customers to first store in Oklahoma City

Published Thursday, September 3, 2015

Outdoors retailer Cabela's is set to open the doors to its first store in the state later this month in the Chisholm Creek development near the John Kilpatrick Turnpike. 

The Nebraska-based outdoors chain spent an estimated $10 million building the store, according to city documents. 


Oklahoma City's Automobile Alley thrives once more

Published Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The area has been reinvented as a social district the past several years as young entrepreneurs have set up shop, selling wares that often are responsibly sourced, “upcycled,” recycled, handmade and rare finds.


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