As Oklahoma City continues to grow and evolve, some new specific changes are coming to the downtown Oklahoma City area. Specific areas targeted by city officials include buildings that have become old and decrepit in the downtown area which are due for updates and remodeling.
A while back, 20 years in fact, there were many more upgrades made throughout that area thanks to MAPS, which was a five year 1 cent sales tax in Oklahoma City that was dedicated to downtown remodeling. Without the investment, Oklahoma City would not have the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the Bricktown Canal, the Chesapeake Energy Arena, a modern downtown library, a revived Oklahoma River, or a robust convention center, music hall or fairgrounds.
And for that matter, the city would not have the NBA Thunder or the River Sports Park that has developed along the river.
Now, a new mid-rise tower is coming to the area known as the Arts District, as well as new high-rise towers in the Central Business District.
Thinking of moving to Oklahoma City? There are plenty of new projects headed for our area. Research and check out what each building has to offer and you’ll be likely to find the perfect place for you here in Oklahoma City.