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Kelley Chambers or Quint Reynolds.
April 6th, 2022
The first quarter of 2022 brought several notable announcements to the Tulsa metro. From Northern Data announcing its North American headquarters will be located at MidAmerica Industrial Park in Pryor, OK, to the continuing construction downtown which will add nearly 500,000 square feet of Class A office space to the CBD.
April 6th, 2022
Oklahoma City continues to lay the groundwork for future growth in healthcare and life sciences industries. Along with the ongoing development in the Innovation District, Integris recently broke ground on a $200 million expansion of their campus in northwest Oklahoma City.
January 31st, 2022
January's edition of the Oklahoma City Office Market Playbook, features a recap to the end of 2021, and what lies ahead for our City in 2022. For more information, reach out to our office research analyst, Quint Reynolds or any of our office brokers.
October 14th, 2021
In our Q4 2021 publication, we give you an in-depth view of Tulsa's economy and current and upcoming developments. For more information, please contact Quint Reynolds or Kelley Chambers in our research department. You can also reach out to any of our brokers for your commercial real estate needs.
March 15th, 2021
Our Oklahoma City Vibrancy Report highlghts recent and upcoming developments in the metro. Some of the featured developments include the Bancfirst Renovation in downtown OKC, the Omni Hotel at 100 W Oklahoma City Blvd., Britton Commerce Park, a 160,000 SF industrial development at I-35 and Britton Rd., and the First National Center at 120 N Robinson Ave.
August 20th, 2020
Western Avenue is one of five Business Improvement Districts in Oklahoma City. The BID runs from NW 36th Street to Wilshire Boulevard. Property owners work with the City to maintain and promote the commercial district. Branching off Western Avenue are upscale shopping centers, Classen Curve and Nichols Hills Plaza. Antique stores, specialty shops, diverse dining options, and national brands define the area. It is borderd in two stretches by the historic Crown Heights neighborhood and Nichols Hills, with some of the highest household incomes and home values in the metro.
July 21st, 2020
The 7.5-mile extension connecting I-40 to Highway 152, opened in January 2020 at a cost of $235 million. With its connection to Interstate 40 and the airport, it is an especially desirable area for manufacturing and distribution companies. There also is great potential for oil and gas service companies and aerospace companies with the abundant availability of land and infrastructure.
April 4th, 2019
Since the construction of Quail Springs Mall in the early 1980's, the Memorial Road corridor has transformed from prairie land into a vibrant strip that includes retail, office, multifamily, hotels and specialty entertainment tenants. The areas and outparcels going east and west from the mall have filled with local, regional and national tenants, such as P.F. Chang's, Dick's Sporting Goods, Main Event Entertainment, and Best Buy.
April 4th, 2019
The Belle Isle corridor includes a wide range of local and national retailers, all within close proximity to major employers and high-income neighborhoods. An exciting new development has been proposed at the southwest corner of Penn and NW Expressway. Tulsa-based Veritas Development plans to have that corner rezoned, and then construct a project that includes several five-story buildings with retail and restaurants on the first floor, and apartments and office space on the upper floors.
April 4th, 2019
Norman may best be known as the home of the University of Oklahoma, but it is far from a sleepy college town. The city has a bustling revitalized downtown, historic Campus Corner, and an expansive system of healthcare facilities. The large-scale University Town Center includes a mix of local and national retailers, a hotel and convention center, and the 303-unit Terra at University North Park apartments. The Interstate 35 corridor also is lined with nameplate retailers, auto dealerships and other amenities. Norman also boasts a low cost of living in a family-friendly town with festivals and events for the family year-round.