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News Article - 07.08.2011

Grocery store planned for Deep Deuce

Native Roots Market to branch into Level Urban Apartments

Downtown Oklahoma City has welcomed new retail businesses this year and more are in store in the coming months and next year, according to a retail tracking report for July. The report, compiled by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, tracks retailers that have opened downtown since 2007, and retail announced for the area. Read more
News Article - 07.08.2011

Leadership Oklahoma class members announced

Those who will comprise the 25th class of Leadership Oklahoma were announced July 6. Each year a class is selected from a pool of applicants around the state. This year’s class includes 52 members. Read more
Economy - 07.22.2011

Chesapeake secures arena naming rights

Thunder to play in 'Chesapeake Energy Arena' for the next 12 years

The energy company has partnered with the Oklahoma City Thunder for the naming rights to the downtown arena where the team plays its games. Read more
Banking and Finance - 07.26.2011

MidFirst Bank reports second quarter earnings

MidFirst Bank reported July 25 that for the second quarter its earnings were $68.9 million. Read more
Tourism - 07.26.2011

Management company takes over downtown Sheraton

Raleigh-Durham, N.C.-based hotel management company Concord Hospitality has signed a contract to manage the 395-room Sheraton Oklahoma City, One N. Broadway, company officials reported July 25. Read more
Economy - 07.15.2011

American Fidelity is top in its Class

American Fidelity Assurance Company earned an “A” rating from Weiss Ratings, along with recognition from the Ward Group, making its “Top 50 Health and Life Insurance” list, according to a written statement. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

Squares, curves and triangles

Despite interest from national high-end retailers, until a suitable lifestyle center is built, they won’t come

Anyone listening carefully in May likely could have heard a collective “Hurrah!” from women around the metro when Anthropologie sent word that it was coming to town. But with the news of the 10,000-square-foot store was something a little unexpected: When it opens in February, it won’t be coming to a mall near you. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

Whatever happened to that?!?

In the Oklahoma City metro area and its surrounding communities, many development projects have been planned, talked about or reported as forthcoming. Read more
News Article - 08.01.2011

Art advocates

Group forms the the state’s first nonprofit advocacy agency for public funding of the arts, arts education and culture

Kym Koch Thompson knows not everyone living in Oklahoma has a passion for the arts, but she is hoping they have a passion for economic improvement. Read more
Architecture - 08.01.2011

On Broadway

With plays that sometimes veer toward the dark, it’s only fitting Reduxion’s theater match

Reduxion Theatre Company recently closed its third season, but the first in its own theater at 1613 N. Broadway Ave. Read more