Wednesday, November 26, 2014
We in Oklahoma City have a lot to celebrate this Thanksgiving, so as the Chamber wishes you well for the holidays, here’s a list of our own Top 10 OKC things we’re thankful for:
It doesn’t cost as much to live in Oklahoma City as it does elsewhere. The New York Times has said so recently, as has Quartz.
OKC’s thriving biosciences
Thursday, November 20, 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 17, 2014 – National Geographic Traveler has named Oklahoma City one of 20 must-see places in 2015. The publication sites OKC as the “pride of the plains” and highlights the Boathouse District, as well the revitalization of Automobile Alley and MidTown.
Community events highlighted in the National
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Oklahoma City came in at No. 8 among the best U.S. cities for young entrepreneurs, Forbes reports:
"Young entrepreneurs hoping to strike startup gold have a lot to take into consideration, and which U.S. city will provide the friendliest environment and the best shot at success for their new venture should absolutely be on the list.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Moves are afoot to develop an “innovation district” that would be more welcoming for the area located east of Oklahoma City’s downtown.
After spurning commercial and retail development for three decades, a sharp reversal is about to take place in the 300-acre area sometimes known as the Oklahoma Health Center, or the Health
Monday, November 3, 2014
The nation continues to hear that Oklahoma City is one of the most affordable housing markets in the country.
The New York Times focused on Oklahoma City in August when it reported on the trend of people moving to other cities specifically because of the price of housing.
"The country’s fastest-growing cities are now those where housing is more
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
In compiling a list of "10 Great Cities for Starting a Business," Kiplinger put Oklahoma City first on the list.
"Affordability is one of the area's main draws," the financial magazine wrote about Oklahoma City on its website. "Coupled with low living costs (it's on our list of America's most affordable big cities), business costs that
Thursday, October 23, 2014
And the newest project in Oklahoma City's first mixed-use development was announced, which includes:
190-acre development to feature major retailers, dining, residential and office space and entertainment venues
Announced the newest project in the development,Tract 30, a retail and restaurant complex
OKLAHOMA CITY (October 23, 2014) —
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
City leaders break ground on MAPS 3 whitewater rafting and kayak center
From MAPS 3 Oklahoma City updates
Oklahoma City leaders broke ground Monday on an 11-acre whitewater rafting and kayaking center that will continue the development of the Oklahoma River into a recreation landmark for residents and visitors.
The $45.6 million project, which is named