Western Avenue’s roots go back to the days of historic Route 66 and the founding of Nichols Hills. Nestled between the two neighborhoods of Crown Heights and Nichols Hills, the District is surrounded by beautiful, historic homes that offer an abundance of charm and heritage.
Up and down the avenue are historic shops and eclectic businesses that are have been locally owned and operated since the 1920’s. Some of Oklahoma City’s finest shops and restaurants are here in this three-mile corridor. Whether you’re a window browser or certified shopper, shoppers will love the district’s wide selection of specialty stores, from antiques, clothing and cosmetics, to home décor, art galleries, vintage items and specialty toys. Several historic shopping plazas along the street provide ample opportunity for strolling and discovering new treasures.
In one store you may stumble upon a rare item not found anywhere else, while in another shop you may discover exclusive clothing lines or enamelware that are typically reserved for Madison Avenue. Whatever your preference, the District thrives because it attracts a diverse mix of shoppers, conservative and chic.
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