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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»
Retail is an economic driver of communities – from the development and purchase of real estate to job creation and the increase in sales tax revenue.more»
The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City is now OKC Outlets.
A new name for the 34-acre development at Council Road and Reno Avenue was unveiled Monday by new owners in Las Vegas at RECon, which bills itself as the world's largest real estate convention.more»
MAPS 3 continues to inspire civic pride through economic growth, cultural expansion and an improved quality of life. The $777 million project is a testament to the confidence our city leaders put in the people of Oklahoma City; the approved 1-cent sales tax that funds the projects debt-free is evidence of the voters' foresight.more»
Downtowners are about to get a new runner's high, and they won't need to trek for miles to experience it.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – Salata Marketing Manager Esther Cortez said she knows Oklahomans are fans of steak and fried foods.
She said the market is similar to Houston, where Salata has its headquarters. But with Oklahoma’s population influx, she said there’s a place for the salad and wrap concept.more»