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Construction is slated to begin in June, 2021 on a 240-unit luxury apartment complex at Chisholm Creek.  The complex, yet unnamed, will be located just west of Top Golf at Highland Park Drive and Pawnee Drive.  The new construction will add substantially to living options at Chisholm Creek, a "live-work-play" development.



If you’re counting the days until you can visit a new restaurant or catch an outdoor concert, you’re in luck. You can add Chisholm Creek to your list of options, as new shopping and dining additions and a variety of safe, family-friendly events are planned for spring and summer. 


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Even in an era where online shopping for everything from clothes to groceries has become the norm, some stores — like candy shops — are just better in brick and mortar. 

Whether you're a choco-holic or swear by sour gummy worms, there's a type of candy that makes everyone excited. Appropriately, there are shops around the US that specialize in selling all sorts of sweet treats, such as artisan chocolates, saltwater taffies, and jelly beans.

FROM NEWS 9 OKLAHOMA CITY - Less than two weeks after the opening of Costco, more development is on its way to the Western Avenue and Kilpatrick Turnpike area. The Chisholm Creek development is adding another phase. 

The second phase will add a hotel, movie theatre, shopping, office space and apartments.

“There will be a center promenade that people can go through and there will be lots of community space, so a lot of spaces for people to enjoy even outside of the restaurants,” said Bailey Gordon with the Medallion Group.

Apr 10, 2019

Chalk’s Xs and Os
Elevating the sports bar concept



Mar 25, 2019

SYSTEMS CONTRACTOR NEWS (SCN) - Luxury Sports Bar Installs 1,600 Square Feet of Displays

When four sports fans got the chance to build their dream bar, they didn’t stop until their very audacious vision was a reality. That vision was a 7,500-square-foot luxury sports bar—Chalk—that would rival a Vegas sports book … in Oklahoma City, OK.

Their dream was to be the spot where Oklahoma sports fans could be awed, have a nice meal, and watch any and every sporting event in the world at the same time.


Popular restaurant Razzoo's Cajun Cafe is set to break ground on its Oklahoma City location Wednesday.

The restaurant will break ground on its first Oklahoma location at Chisolm Creek, 316 West Memorial Road on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m.

The expansion of Razzoo’s to Oklahoma City is part of a broader expansion that has included recent openings in Pasadena and Lubbock, Texas, company officials said.

Looking for the perfect city to debut the new you of the new year? We’re pretty inclined to believe that OKC could be the perfect spot for you, but then again we’re also pretty biased. So you don’t have to take our word for it—Livability recently ranked Oklahoma City as one of the top cities to get a fresh start. We can’t honestly say we’re too surprised, considering how OKC recently received the “America’s Most Livable Community Award” by Partners for Livable Communities.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KOKH) Oklahoma City's "mixed-use" development Chisholm Creek continues to grow with their newest resident "Chalk". The 7,500 square foot, two-story luxury sports bar has opened their doors with more than 60 employees ready to serve the sports loving public.

A first-of-its-kind restaurant for OKC has over 100 TV screens, food and beverages from a variety of Oklahoma businesses including locally-sourced foods.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Modern neighborhoods tap into OKC’s former glory
Settled by robbers and outlaws in the late 1800s, it’s easy to think of Oklahoma as the Australia of America, but it’s time to stop calling it “flyover country.” Having weathered the largest homegrown terrorist attack in U.S. history, enormous economic fluctuation, and of course the infamous tornadoes that sweep through the state in the summertime, Oklahoma City carries chutzpah that is not to be underestimated.

Tract 30 OKC

Retail real estate in Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) is nearing its cyclical peak, and users that want to continue expanding in the metroplex are being hamstrung by a lack of quality space and surging rents.

According to CoStar Group, DFW’s retail vacancy rate currently stands at 4.4 percent, a record low that the research firm expects to hold steady or even improve in the coming years. Rents have grown by more than 3 percent annually over the last five years, and are now 15 percent higher than their pre-recession peaks.

Dec 06, 2018

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | by Richard Mize
Chisholm Creek is up.

Developer Medallion Group has brought on Birmingham-based Bayer Properties to help refine plans for the mixed-use project's "main street" retail and other features.

The 190-acre development's future will include Class A office space, luxury apartments, a hotel, an amphitheater, a boutique cinema, food hall, regional park and state-of-the-art hospital, Bayer said.

Chisholm Creek, Oklahoma City

WASHINGTON and OKLAHOMA CITY—The City of Oklahoma City receives the national “America’s Most Livable Community Award,” presented by Partners for Livable Communities (Partners), a Washington-based nonprofit.

OKLAHOMA CITY – A popular Cajun restaurant that started in Texas is making its way north by opening the first Oklahoma location right in Oklahoma City.

Razzoo’s Cajun Café will break ground at The Pointe at Chisholm Creek in February 2019.

The restaurant will be approximately 7,400 square feet, and will seat 280 diners, including a massive all-weather patio. The opening will also bring more than 100 jobs to the Oklahoma City metro area.

After the success of Broadway breakfast hotspot Hatch, a second location is set for north Oklahoma City.

Fitzsimmons Architects, the designers behind the first Hatch, have included many of the first model’s designs in its plans for the second Hatch model, set for the Chisholm Creek development at Memorial and Western.

The new location - between Fuzzy’s Tacos and Republic - will have a second level and patio as well as a breakfast bar.

May 04, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017 | by Jack Money

Chisholm Creek in north Oklahoma City is adding new tenants to its Tract 30 retail and office building while construction continues on its Westgate at Chisholm Creek entrance.

The Medallion Group, Chisholm Creek's developer, also has announced it is about to begin building two more segments of its 190-acre project, which is bordered by Western and Pennsylvania avenues and Memorial Road.

Every time Thrive hires a new employee, Taylor Richardson, chief executive of the residential and commercial independent insurance agency, takes his entire team to happy hour the following Friday.

These days, that's an easy thing for Richardson to make happen, as his company, the beginning of the year, moved into Chisholm Creek's Tract 30 development south of the Kilpatrick Turnpike off Western Avenue. Thrive — which Richardson recently re-branded with a new name and logo — leases 6,300 square feet of sunlit third-floor space, just above Fuzzy's Taco Shop.

Chisholm Creek ahead of schedule 
By: Molly M. Fleming The Journal Record 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Chisholm Creek’s first residential development will open this summer, with leasing starting next month.

Cornerstone Development President and CEO Gary Brooks said the 287­unit apartment complex’s construction timeline is ahead of schedule. The property is at the corner of N. Blackwelder Avenue and W. Memorial Road. It was planned with a two­ year build.

On the development front, the second half of the year was characterized by the completion or near completion of planned projects: The Market at Czech Hall is nearing completion of phase one including Academy, Ross & Marshalls (approximately 180,000 square feet); Sooner Rose at Southeast 15th & Sooner with Academy and Hobby Lobby; Shoppes at Quail Springs is nearly complete as well (96,000 square feet); University North Park has added two outbuildings and three stand-alone restaurants; Winco is under construction in Moore and will start construction soon in three other locations; Chi

OKLAHOMA CITY – Yokozuna sushi and Pan-Asian restaurant in Chisholm Creek’s Tract 30 building has nearly twice the seating of its two Tulsa-area predecessors.

McNellie’s Group Operating Partner Matt Leland said the restaurant is only working with about 150 of those seats right now because the remaining 100 spots are outside. The rooftop patio is still under construction.

The delay in opening the patio will help the crew get used to the larger area, Leland said.

Three new restaurants opened in town last week, and this week the McNellie's group opened its first sushi concept on this side of the state.

Yokozuna has two locations in Tulsa and as of Monday has one here. That's when the sushi and noodle bowl bar opened in the Chisholm Creek development.

Named one of the 100 Hottest Restaurants in America for 2016 by OpenTable in March, Yokozuna offers a wide selection of sashimi, nigiri and sushi rolls, plus a strong roster of rice and noodle bowls, Asian-inspired small plates, steak, seafood and dessert. Yokozuna also includes full bar service with wine, specialty cocktails, sake and beers.

The new location seats more than 200 with a main dining room, bar, sushi bar, mezzanine, and ground floor patio. A private room accommodates up to 45. A rooftop deck is currently under construction and should be open come spring.

Long before MAPS 1 was a gleam in former Mayor Ron Norick's eye, a pair of up-and-coming restaurateurs built a small empire of independent restaurants along the North Western Avenue corridor.

More than three decades later, MAPS begat Bricktown, and from its success sprang property-grabs in Midtown, the Plaza District and Uptown 23rd, with plans for more nightlife brimming along the banks of the Oklahoma River, the historic Farmers Market and points west of downtown.

Meanwhile, the original Western corridor, between NW 36 and Wilshire Boulevard, has added Classen Curve and the Triangle at Classen Curve and is bound to extend to Memorial Road with the addition of the Chisholm Creek development and the impending Republic Gastropub, Torchy's Tacos, Fuzzy's Tacos, Yokozuna, Potbelly Sandwiches, and Sidecar Barley and Wine Bar, to name a few.