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The mayor singled out other significant moves, including The Oklahoman’s return to downtown, the arrival of outdoor retailer Cabela’s, and the opening of a new Embassy Suites hotel.

“The development is a wonderful addition to northwest Oklahoma City and will be a positive driving force in our economy,” said Roy Williams, president of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

Newsok.com highlights new construction of Chisholm Creek development, the first mixed-use development in Oklahoma. The developers want to give Chisholm Creek an urban feel in a suburban setting, Rainbolt said. Chisholm Creek also will include miles of running and bike trails and green space.

OKLAHOMA CITY — A new big development is planned for far northwest Oklahoma City. It’s called Chisholm Creek it’s a planned 180 acre mixed-use development.

This pedestrian friendly project will be located in the heart of the Quail Springs area of northwest Oklahoma City and Edmond trade areas. This project will feature entertainment and music venues, hotel and event space, class A office facilities, a collection of restaurants and lifestyle retailers, a fitness facility, residential, running trails, and is connected to an 80 acre city park.

The site will have regional access from on/off ramps east and west from the John Kilpatrick Turnpike and local access from Pennsylvania Avenue, Western Avenue, and Memorial Road.

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