The Innovation District features an employment base and concentration of public investment with significant infill opportunities. The area features a cluster of medical and research institutions that attracts three-quarters of the project dollars the state receives from the National Institutes of Health.
The NE 23rd Street area is an emerging corridor with significant disinvestment, high minority populations and a high demand for services and residential development. Close to the emerging Innovation District and Oklahoma State Capitol the area boasts 359 acres of vacant land.
The Adventure District attracts significant visitors and is also proximate to the I-35 corridor and many existing retail centers. With a focus on tourism, the arts, entertainment and recreation industries make up 37% of the area's businesses including:
The I-35 Industrial Corridor is a heavily industrial area focused on transportation and distribution. With unfettered interstate access, the manufacturing, utilities and wholesale trade industries cover 61% of the market. 242 acres of vacant land are ready for development.
This industrial area with significant disinvestment and high traffic flows is adjacent to the fastest-growing and highest-income zip codes on south side of Oklahoma City. The district is located at a significant highway interchange and features vacant land as well as several large available buildings, including a former mall.
This area is a combination of an industrial corridor served by rail and residential areas showing significant disinvestment. The anchor assets in the zone include the Oklahoma City Outlet Shoppes, Westgate Marketplace with 58 stores and is 5 miles from OKC's Will Rogers World Airport.
This zone is a tier 2 job center near industrial opportunities and a significant retail trade area. Currently featuring industrial and residential development, existing assets include Chesapeake Energy Corporation with 1,800 employees and is proximate to prominent retail areas Penn Square and Classen Curve.