The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City works closely with the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, MAPS and the City of OKC to better coordinate land, incentives and economic tools that make Oklahoma City profitable and attractive to companies and developers. View the development map or read more about our signature projects.
Built in 1910, the restoration of this beautiful school in Oklahoma City includes affordable housing, community meeting and performance space.
Construction on the Homeland grocery store at N.E. 36th and Lincoln is currently underway. The store is slated to open in fall 2021!
The Innovation District encompasses 1.3 square miles just east of downtown Oklahoma City. It is home to organizations spanning Oklahoma’s diverse sectors – health, energy, aerospace, technology and more.
Boulevard Place will be an eight-story, mixed-use development on the southwest corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and Shields Boulevard. It will feature 241 residential units, including an affordable housing component.
OKLAHOMA CITY CONVENTION CENTER
With the adjoining Omni Oklahoma City hotel, the convention center will meet many of the demands of today’s conventions and the diverse needs of their attendees. The convention center will potentially increase the Omni hotel's demand by more than 25 percent in the two years after it is built.
Scissortail Park is a transformational economic development asset. One of the final MAPS 3 projects, it’s the catalyst for a nearly $1 billion investment in private and public development projects all coming online within a two-year window around the park.
21C MUSEUM HOTEL
Once a Ford Motor Assembly Plant, the 21 C Museum hotel has helped revitalize old Film Row in Oklahoma City.