History

Bricktown OKC

Photo by OKC CHAMBER

Take an historic district with a compelling namesake nestled in the heart of Oklahoma City, couple it with a great variety of unique and exquisite restaurants, retailers and entertainment venues, then power it by the millions of people that visit the area every year and you’ll begin to understand the importance of Bricktown.

Bricktown, a once abandoned old warehouse district, received a much needed facelift with the passing of MAPS (Metropolitan Area Projects) in 1993 when Oklahoma City took on a massive public facility enhancement project. To see additional information on MAPS please visit http://www.okc.gov/maps/index.html

Now a vital part of the city, Bricktown is a much sought after destination for locals and tourists alike. The breathtaking canal lends itself to the picturesque look and feel of the district and the signature red brick architecture updated with modern day renovations keep the history and spirit alive, reminding us Bricktown is once again the hub of Oklahoma City.

Bricktown Canal Bricktown Monument

Photo by OKC CHAMBER

The Bricktown Association, a 501 c (6) non profit, membership based organization whose primary goal is to promote the businesses in and around Bricktown and the entertainment district as a whole.

The Bricktown Board of Directors is comprised of various Bricktown property and business owners, civic leaders, and other organizations and businesses that have a vested interest in the success of the Bricktown District. Download the 2012 Bricktown Board of Directors.

For more information on development opportunities in Bricktown, please download the PDF, or visit www.okcchamber.com