Oklahoma City named a top travel destination by Money

Oklahomans don't need a national publication to tell us Oklahoma City is a pretty great place to visit, but a little validation never hurts.

A study by Money, a print and online publication based in New York City, determined Oklahoma City as a top-10 travel destination in the United States for 2018. The research examined which cities in the U.S. provided travelers the most value for their dollar.

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10 US cities with high-paying jobs and a low cost of living

Choosing the ideal place to live can be hard. Most of the time, it seems like you have to pick an area that offers a low cost of living or an expensive one that's home to high-paying jobs.

But in many U.S. cities, you don't have to choose. GOBankingRatescrunched the numbers to find places where the average annual salaries are high and the cost of living is low.

Breakfast II: The New Hatch

Automobile Alley crowd puller to open another location north of the city

By Louise Scrivens

Photos courtesy of Fitzsimmons Architects

After the success of Broadway breakfast hotspot Hatch, a second location is set for north Oklahoma City.
 
Fitzsimmons Architects, the designers behind the first Hatch, have included many of the first model’s designs in its plans for the second Hatch model, set for the Chisholm Creek development at Memorial and Western.

Breakfast II: The New Hatch
Vibrant Blocks

Vibrant Blocks

Thursday, May 4, 2017 | by Jack Money

Chisholm Creek in north Oklahoma City is adding new tenants to its Tract 30 retail and office building while construction continues on its Westgate at Chisholm Creek entrance.

The Medallion Group, Chisholm Creek's developer, also has announced it is about to begin building two more segments of its 190-acre project, which is bordered by Western and Pennsylvania avenues and Memorial Road.

Insurance company chief thrives on building relationships

Every time Thrive hires a new employee, Taylor Richardson, chief executive of the residential and commercial independent insurance agency, takes his entire team to happy hour the following Friday.

These days, that's an easy thing for Richardson to make happen, as his company, the beginning of the year, moved into Chisholm Creek's Tract 30 development south of the Kilpatrick Turnpike off Western Avenue. Thrive — which Richardson recently re-branded with a new name and logo — leases 6,300 square feet of sunlit third-floor space, just above Fuzzy's Taco Shop.

Insurance company chief thrives on building relationships
Chisholm Creek Ahead of Schedule

Chisholm Creek Ahead of Schedule

Chisholm Creek ahead of schedule 
By: Molly M. Fleming The Journal Record 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Chisholm Creek’s first residential development will open this summer, with leasing starting next month.

Cornerstone Development President and CEO Gary Brooks said the 287­unit apartment complex’s construction timeline is ahead of schedule. The property is at the corner of N. Blackwelder Avenue and W. Memorial Road. It was planned with a two­ year build.

OKC Retail Market Summary Part 2

On the development front, the second half of the year was characterized by the completion or near completion of planned projects: The Market at Czech Hall is nearing completion of phase one including Academy, Ross & Marshalls (approximately 180,000 square feet); Sooner Rose at Southeast 15th & Sooner with Academy and Hobby Lobby; Shoppes at Quail Springs is nearly complete as well (96,000 square feet); University North Park has added two outbuildings and three stand-alone restaurants; Winco is under construction in Moore and will start construction soon in three other locations; Chi

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McNellie’s rolls out Yokozuna at Chisholm Creek

McNellie’s rolls out Yokozuna at Chisholm Creek

OKLAHOMA CITY – Yokozuna sushi and Pan-Asian restaurant in Chisholm Creek’s Tract 30 building has nearly twice the seating of its two Tulsa-area predecessors.

McNellie’s Group Operating Partner Matt Leland said the restaurant is only working with about 150 of those seats right now because the remaining 100 spots are outside. The rooftop patio is still under construction.

The delay in opening the patio will help the crew get used to the larger area, Leland said.