Revitalization of Plaza District Attracts OKC Home Buyers
The Plaza District has a lot to offer Oklahoma City Home Buyers. According to the Plaza District Organization and website, over the last 19 years, the district has risen out of intolerable crime and disrepair into a hub of creativity and a haven for local business. A neighborhood once threatened is now thriving, and historic buildings have been renovated for new, creative uses. The work of the association has now blossomed with over 17 million dollars in investment, over 45 thriving businesses, property values on the rise and crime rates falling quickly. This revitalized neighborhood is a bright spot and one of Oklahoma City’s top destinations. Living near the Plaza means living near thriving, successful local businesses as well as art, culture, and culinary delights. Also, funds raised through the Plaza District go directly back into continuing the growth and progress of the neighborhood. Increasing home values in this area are another factor which make the area very appealing to Oklahoma City Home Buyers.
FALL UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE PLAZA DISTRICT
Harvest Art Show
Come out and see the Harvest Art Show at DNA Galleries. DNA Galleries is a retail shop and contemporary art gallery focusing on Oklahoma artists and artisans. A juried art show is one at which a panel of judges or “jurors” deemed the work to be worthy of presenting pieces at the gallery.
*Thursday, October 11th, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at DNA Galleries at 1709 NW 16th in OKC.
Day of the Dead Festival
Looking for something different to experience in OKC? This free event in the Plaza District is the perfect family-oriented excursion for a Sunday afternoon. Come out to witness the parade-like procession of people in costume! Enjoy the music, traditional dancing, and many food trucks. Lots of activities for kids. For the adults – low rider hotrod cars, Mexican Monster Movies, and more.
*Sunday, October 28th, from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Plaza District of OKC, located at NW 16th St between Indiana Ave and Blackwelder Ave.