Located in Midwest City, a suburb of Oklahoma city, the 14,000 sq-ft open-air shopping center creates a neighborhood hub with retro styling. The project was handled by Delta Construction, its first general contract in Oklahoma, but it appears it won’t be its last with the success of this project.

Center Marketplace Shops is made up of five stores at its center, with two free-standing outlets in the project’s generously sized parking lot. The first tenants of the new shopping center include Pearle Vision, Nashbird, the Baked Bear, and Smoothie King, among others.

Unique to the project, Center Marketplace Shops’ architectural theme hones a retro, 1960’s flair.

Everything from the building facade and signage will reflect this theme. The shopping center’s design is meant to create a cool atmosphere for shoppers and tenants, making it not just a place for errands, but a place to enjoy the day.

The Center Marketplace Shops was among several new projects Delta Construction had been working on through the pandemic, including a 22,000 square foot Aldi in the greater Phoenix area. While other sectors of the economy saw down-turns, the construction industry continues to grow at an average rate 2.2%, providing opportunities for Delta Construction to branch out into more challenging projects like Center Marketplace Shops.

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