Nichols Hills Plaza
As you follow the contours of the low hills down to the clocktower, you will arrive in Nichols Hills Plaza. A shopping center that has experienced numerous changes over the years. In the early 1930s, Nichols Hills was advertised as a suburban community located five miles north of downtown Oklahoma City that required a fifteen-minute drive to work. To create an English countryside ambiance, Dr. Nichols carefully broke up stark Oklahoma prairie by planting of thousands of trees and shrubs.
Many people flocked to the neighborhood in its early years (1930-1950) and as the city came to a stagnant place in 1970, so did Nichols Hills. The 1990s was about the time the City of Nichols Hills started investing more time, money and attention in the retail establishments within it. Though the bustling shopping center has seen many changes over the years, one thing rings true in our corner of the Plaza, all are welcome.
Today, the Nichols Hills Plaza encompasses over 20 up-scale restaurants and retail shops. We’re proud to be one of them.