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There are big plans for the continued development near Quail Springs, where the new Top Golf and Cabela’s just opened earlier this year. News 9 got a look at what's planned for the nearly 200 acres of land.

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More than 3,000 people lined up Thursday morning for gift cards and giveaways at the grand opening of the new Cabela's in Oklahoma City's Chisholm Creek development.

The official head count for guests at the grand opening was 3,207, the store said. The new outdoors store employs about 200 full-time, part-time and seasonal employees.

Tulsa-based McNelllie’s Group has plans to bring its Yokozuna restaurant concept to the Chisholm Creek development in Oklahoma City. Yokozuna combines offers sushi, noodles and also features a full bar. McNellie’s Group which operates two locations in Tulsa. The restaurant group also operates McNellie’s pub and Fassler Hall and Dust Bowl, which have locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. McNellie’s Group operates El Guapo Cantina, Dilly Diner, The Tavern and the music venue The Colony in Tulsa.

OKLAHOMA CITY — NAI Sullivan Group, an Oklahoma City-based commercial real estate firm, this week announced two transactions that will bring Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, the award-winning, fast-casual Baja-style Mexican restaurant franchise, to Spring Creek Plaza in Edmond in July of 2015 and Chisholm Creek in Oklahoma City in 2016.

“With the hot summers that we have here, it’s hard to get anyone to go out with you, that’s why this is more exciting because you get to be in a somewhat cool environment and play golf,” said Christensen.

A large company like TOPGOLF coming to Oklahoma City is just another sign the metro is becoming quite the entertainment district.

Learn more at Top Golf's Directory Page | Read more at KFOR.COM

Over the weekend, developers with the new Chisholm Creek development on N Western Avenue, just south of Memorial Road, announced Republic Gastropub will be among its first tenants.

"We are thrilled to welcome Republic Gastropub to the Chisholm Creek mix of world-class restaurants and retailers," Whitney Rainbolt, representative for Chisholm Creek, said in a release.

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Oklahoma City-based developer Medallion Group continues construction on Chisholm Creek, the metro’s first mixed-use environment that will provide everything from entertainment and music venues to hotel and event space, office facilities, a collection of restaurants and shops, a fitness facility, residential apartments and running trails.  “We are creating something entirely new, an urban-like atmosphere in the suburbs,” said Whitney Rainbolt, a representative for Chisholm Creek.

Medallion Group releases drawings for a multilevel building set to include shops and restaurants in the Chisholm Creek development near Memorial and Western. 

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 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.