Classen Curve/Nichols Hills Plaza/The Triangle at Classen Curve

Our adjacent open air centers—Classen Curve, Nichols Hills Plaza, and The Triangle at Classen Curve—form Oklahoma City’s premier retail, dining, and entertainment destination. Located minutes from downtown Oklahoma City and only 14 miles from Will Rogers World Airport, these properties are ideally located just northwest of Interstates 44 and 235 near the Broadway Extension (Highway 77). With trendy local tenants, upscale national retailers, distinctive modern architecture, and an unparalleled setting, these 3 centers give visitors an unequaled experience. An additional benefit is that many retailers’ only Oklahoma City location is here. Oklahoma’s capital city region, with over 1.2 million people, is the largest in the state. Industries such as government, military, healthcare, and oil and gas bolster its economy. With both a western heritage and modern vibe, Oklahoma City draws tourists to its many museums, sporting events, and festivals. Nearby universities, a professional basketball team, several minor league teams, and a planned new convention center—as well as one of the country’s lowest costs of living—make Oklahoma City one of the country’s best places to live, work, play, and visit.


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Home to the capital and the largest city in the state, Oklahoma City and its sister city Nichols Hills form a metropolitan area of over 1.2 million people. Thanks in large part to an active business climate, CNN Money ranked Oklahoma City as the 9th fastest-growing metro area in the United States. Oklahoma City was number 23 on Bloomberg Business Week’s “America’s 50 Best Cities” and has been recognized by Forbes as a Best City for Job Seekers and Best Place for Business and Careers, as well as a top market for job growth. On top of all this, Oklahoma City has one of the lowest costs of living in the country. A wide variety of industries, including those related to government, military, education, aerospace, health care, and oil and gas, support the area’s healthy economy. Nichols Hills is home to Fortune 500 companies Devon Energy Corporation and Chesapeake Energy Corporation. Each of these companies has earned numerous work and lifestyle accolades and employs over 2,000 people. Nearby universities draw many students to the area. The University of Oklahoma campus has 29,000 students, 3,000 students make up Oklahoma City University, and Oklahoma State University campus has over 26,000 students. All in all, Oklahoma City continues to be one of the country’s best places to live, work, and visit.

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