LEVEL and Mosaic are well-positioned to offer walkability and accessibility to some of Oklahoma City’s most vibrant districts for dining, shopping, sports, entertainment and night life.

Downtown OKC

Click the links below to EXPLORE what these districts have to offer:

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Deep Deuce

Also known as Upper Bricktown, Deep Deuce is a vibrant and cozy downtown neighborhood with a rich and diverse history. Stretching north from Bricktown and east from the Central Business District, Deep Deuce's boundaries surround LEVEL and MOSAIC and include several upscale residences and popular restaurants, bars and retail. closer to home are URBAN JOHNNIE Bar & Grille (on-site), Native Roots grocery store (on-site), LEAF + BEAN Coffee Shop (coming soon) and Anchor Down Bar and Grill (Coming Soon).

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Brick Town

Bricktown is downtown Oklahoma City's entertainment hub. A favorite of residents and visitors alike, Bricktown is home to the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the Bricktown Canal, Harkins Theatre, Bass Pro Shop and numerous hotels, restaurants, clubs, bars and live music venues.

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Auto Alley

Returning to its roots as a popular retail district, this one-time home to most of the city's car dealerships has been transformed into an urban neighborhood with all 1920s charm. Automobile Alley is listed in the National Historic Register of neighborhoods, and many of its original showrooms and storefronts are now upscale lofts,

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Mid Town

Just outside downtown, Midtown is in the midst of a renaissance. It offers visitors a live-work-play lifestyle with historic and eclectic residential, office, restaurant and retail areas.

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Downtown OKC

Some of Oklahoma’s most notable venues and museums are located downtown, including the Myriad Gardens, Cox Convention Center, Civic Center Music Hall, Chesapeake Energy Arena (home of the Oklahoma City Thunder), Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.

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