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Oklahoma City Outlet Mall

List of Stores, Hours, Location, Pictures and More


Oklahoma City Outlet Mall
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Oklahoma City Outlet Mall
© Adam Knapp, Licensed to About.com, Inc.
Oklahoma City Outlet Mall
Rendering © Horizon Group Properties

After years of development delay due to economic conditions, an agreement for Oklahoma City's Outlet Mall was approved by the City Council in early July of 2010. Under the revised agreement, the city funds a greater amount of public infrastructure improvements, including a road, but the benefits of the new Oklahoma City Outlet Mall will be great, officials estimate.

Here is information and frequently asked questions on the Oklahoma City Outlet Mall, called "Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City," including artists renderings, location and a list of stores.

Oklahoma City Outlet Mall Fast Facts

Name: Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City
Developer: Horizon Group Properties, Inc.
Location: Northeast corner of I-40 and Council Road.
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Size: 348,000 square feet with an expansion potential for an additional 60,000 square feet of outlet shops
Cost: Approximately $50 million
Start of Construction: Summer 2010
Date of Completion: August 5, 2011 - Get details on the Grand Opening

Oklahoma City Outlet Mall FAQs

What stores are in the Oklahoma City Outlet Mall?: In the summer of 2010, developers said 80 percent of the stores were already leased, and that figure quickly jumped up to 100. Among the retailers are Saks Avenue Off 5th, Nike, Brooks Brothers, Under Armour, Banana Republic, Gap, Guess, Chico's, Tommy Hilfiger, Disney Store, DKNY, Michael Kors, Jos. A. Bank, Polo Ralph Lauren, Soma, Yankee Candle and many more. See a full list.

How do I get there?: As noted above, the mall is located on the northeast corner of I-40 and Council Road on the west side of Oklahoma City. Look for exits 142 and 143. From I-44, take I-40 west. From I-240, go west to I-44 eastbound; then take I-40 west. From I-35 or I-235, take I-40 west.

What does it look like?: The exterior design is quite colorful and unique, with bright signage throughout and large white canopies covering walkways. Visitors will find a center court area for concerts and events as well as a children's play area and a food court. See above for exterior pictures from the Grand Opening weekend.

Also, here are some of the original renderings from Horizon Group Properties: How will the city benefit?: It is estimated that the Oklahoma City Outlet Mall will generate $120 million in annual retail sales and $4 million in annual sales tax revenues. Not only will it bring approximately 700 construction jobs and 1,000 permanent jobs, experts predict the outlet mall will bring new shoppers to the metro area. Currently, the closest outlet mall to the metro is in Gainesville, Texas, 135 miles away. On Grand Opening weekend, mall officials announced that over 160,000 people visited.

Where can I get leasing information?: Contact the General Manager at (405) 787-3700.

Nearby Hotels & Lodging: Traveling to Oklahoma City to visit the Outlet Mall? Stay in one of the top hotels nearby. Among them:
  • Econo Lodge
    8200 West I-40 Service Road
    Less than 1 mile
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  • Homewood Suites
    6920 West Reno Avenue
    Approximately 1 mile
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  • Comfort Inn Airport
    5921 Southwest 8th
    Less than 2 miles
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  • SpringHill Suites
    510 South MacArthur Boulevard
    Less than 2 miles
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  • Microtel Inn & Suites
    624 South MacArthur Blvd.
    Less than 2 miles
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