Construction is set to begin in about 90 days on a three-story, 50,000-square-foot to 60,000-square-foot building that will include a mix of shops, restaurants and office space at the large-scale Chisholm Creek development in northwest Oklahoma City.
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“Everything kind of came together after that,” Fitzsimmons said.
Dust Bowl Lanes and Fassler Hall, a German-style beer garden, opened Thursday at 421 NW 10 in a new 30,000-square-foot building developed by MidTown Renaissance and designed by Fitzsimmons.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is prepared to work with the city staff to bring Clayco Inc.’s design to the southern half of a site at W. Reno and S. Hudson avenues.more»
New office, industrial and medical development on the east side of Interstate 235 between Britton Road and Wilshire Boulevard over the next few years is estimated to bring more than 2,000 new employees to a northeast Oklahoma City area that is mostly open grassy fields.more»
Idaho-based grocer WinCo Foods has purchased a long vacant lot near the northwest corner of Lake Hefner Parkway and NW 39 Expressway to develop as the site of a new store — its second purchase in the Oklahoma City metro area in as many months.more»
A Tennessee developer has plans for a $50 million shopping center at Interstate 40 and Czech Hall Road called the Market at Czech Village.
Tennessee-based GBT Realty Corp. has 80 acres under contract to develop the regional neighborhood center near Yukon.more»
Oklahoma City has multiple grocery stores either under construction or in the development stages, and even more grocers are looking to expand into the market.more»
Oklahoma City gets three-story building with shops, restaurants, office space added to coming attractions at Chisholm Creek development
Chisholm Creek developer Bill Wetterman, from the Austin, Texas-based company Retail Endeavors Group, announced the new building at a groundbreaking ceremony for the 180-acre mixed use development Thursday morning.
Co-owner Bono Stewart hopes the new 1,200 square-foot clothing store will cater to Oklahoma City’s growing crowd of young professionals who want to dress fashionably.more»