In Oklahoma City’s urban core, the question is where to grocery shop. Two new projects provide an answer.
“In the beginning, we didn’t call it 16th Street because 20 years ago, no one wanted to go south of 63rd Street,” Hogan said. “We just talked about the Plaza District. … A lot of things have changed.”
“We are looking at more systemic changes because we’ve run out of easy things to cut,” Lora said last week. “Now, we have to look at changes in grade configurations and school closures for small schools.”
Uptown Uncorked’s third year showcases a growing district.
Pennington and Dodson believe it is time to listen to neighborhood leaders first, then spend money how each area needs it.