OKC ME T RO B Y T H E NUMB E R S
• 1.9% unemployment (Sep. 2021) • 1.4% annual population growth rate (2010-2020) • 1.3% annual HH growth rate • 1.9% annual income growth rate • Cost of living index 87.2 • $60,428 median HH income • 152,066 households with > $100,000 HH income • 28% college grads • 15 colleges and universities* • 131,700 college students* • Average commute time: 23 minutes *10-county Greater Oklahoma City region P EOP L E P OWE R Oklahoma City is seeing its lowest unemployment in more than 30 years. Good jobs combined with some of the lowest cost of living among major metros gives our citizens purchasing power.
“OKC is the easiest place in North America to do business ” -ASU Center for the Study of Economic Liberty
Did you know? Oklahoma City serves as headquarters for some of the nation’s fastest-growing retailers.
I NC E N T I V E I N F O Incentives will be considered for retailers with the following criteria: • Destination retail project – offering a product or good unique to the market, minimum of $20 million annual sales • Regional retail project – 250,000 square feet of net usable retail space, attracts 50 percent of customers from outside 25-mile radius of OKC • Underserved area – at least 5,000 square feet and offering an essential product that improves quality of life for residents / businesses in the area • Redevelopment area – at least 5,000 square feet located in an area pre-determined by a public process to require strategic development • Other restrictions may apply. Please contact Tammy Fate (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info.
We’re here to help you find the retail success that so many others have found in Oklahoma City. Whether it’s site location assistance, demographics, incentive questions, or even just a chat, we’re here for you. CON TAC T U S Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Tammy Fate, Senior Manager of Retail Development and Recruitment 405-297-8958 email@example.com www.okcretail.com
OKLAHOMA CITY’S REGIONAL RETAIL DISTRICTS
Oklahoma City was one of just 14 cities in the U.S. to gain more than 100,000 in population between 2010 and 2020.
E Memorial Rd.
E Memorial Rd./Quail Springs
E Britton Rd.
NE 60th St.
Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge
NE 36th St.
Midwest City and Del City
The Oklahoma River
SW 29th St.
SW 44th St.
SW 59th St.
Will Rogers World Airport
SW 89th St.
“The city has a great leadership, and there just are a lot of great things going on in the community.” - David Hinkle, an Outlet Resource Group principal
SW 104th St. SW 119th St.
Lake Stanley Draper
SW 134th St.
SW 149th St.
Moore and Norman
RECENT OKC MARKET ARRIVALS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
OKC ’ S D I V E R S E E CONOMY Oklahoma City’s diverse economy features multiple drivers powering our continued growth. Some of our largest industry sectors include aerospace, biotechnology, energy and government.
OF TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 2%
“Oklahoma City ranks No. 3 in the country for lowest business costs“ - Moody’s North American Business Cost Review
“Oklahoma City is the best place in the country for public art“ - USA Today
Other major employers include diverse and well-known names like Boeing, Paycom, Hobby Lobby, Heartland Payments, AT&T, SONIC Corp, Dell, Hertz, UPS, Farmers Insurance, Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Cox Communications, Johnson Controls, MidFirst Bank, American Fidelity, Love’s Travel Stops, ATC Drivetrain and more.
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