Development Surges in Northeast OKC
Northeast Oklahoma City is seeing a recent surge in development across its communities. There are several new developments planned for the area, that will provide residents with access to high quality services and amenities.
One major project is the Northeast Shopping Center located at NE 36th Street and Kelley Avenue. The 8.62-acre, 100,000 square-foot retail space is undergoing redevelopment plans to provide highly demanded retail services to the neighborhood.

 Rendering of the planned Northeast Shopping Center provided by RBA Architects

The development is being led and designed by architect Rick Brown, who most recently oversaw the transformation of the Boulevard Shopping Center at 33rd and Boulevard in Edmond. Brown also handled the 2002 reconstruction of the Civic Center Music Hall auditorium.

The Northeast Shopping Center is a part of a TIF district that includes both the NE 36th and Kelley and the NE 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Avenue commercial corridors. Discussions between the community, developers and city leaders have taken place regarding potential retail, residential and design aspects to improve the area. Ward 7 City Councilman John Pettis was momentous in helping bring about the creation of this TIF district. Community involvement has been important throughout the whole process.
Further development includes a Buy for Less that sits at NE 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Ave. Plans for the proposed King's Crossing development call for building an Uptown Market in Buy for Less' place, along with new retail, offices and housing. This development will create a modern neighborhood shopping center, bringing upscale amenities and serving as a community hub for the area.

Large investments are being made to revitalize the Northeast Oklahoma City area. These developments will serve as encouragement for other landowners to renovate the area. Northeast Oklahoma City is on the cusp of an overhaul and ready to provide the community with great offerings.

Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority Annual Report
The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority (OCURA) recently released its Fifty-Fourth Annual Report. The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is the leading public redevelopment agency of Oklahoma City and is charged with the revitalization of the City's urban neighborhoods and the enhancement of its quality of life. The Annual Report provides information on projects that OCURA is involved with, both current and completed. 

The organization provides the annual report to keep city leaders and residents informed of progress. For updates on projects in your area, click the link above for more information.

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