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The Utica Square is considered to be one of the finest shopping groves in Oklahoma, despite its countryside location in Tulsa. Until May 2, 1952, the Utica Square opened as Tulsa?s first suburban shopping center. The onset of its launching attracted folks from the local and neighboring towns and cities. The developers of Utica Square made an impression to shop goers of a mall fit inside a neighboring community with hospitable and most accommodating stall owners. This concept was, indeed, risky considering that it did not follow the bandwagon of giantess mirror and steel-made malls in mid-20th century.

Until 1964, Helmerich and Payne, Inc. purchased the Utica Square. The company encouraged and commissioned local, national and foreign merchants belonging to those on top of the line of their industries. The landscape of the Utica Square was more beautified with trees and different ornaments in the vicinity.

The village-like building design and landscape of Utica Square is always most inviting to shoppers who want a peaceful and relaxing ambiance of shopping, far from the noise and stress of usual malls in the cities. There are numbers of Square?s clocks and chimes which never failed to remind the shoppers of the time and season.

Today, every mall goers can enjoy mouth-watering foods and enticing refreshments from different restaurants and caf?. The Utica Square also offers events with free admission for all mall goers. Among these special events are Spring in the Square (plants and ornaments exhibitions), Summer?s Fifth Night (regular Thursday music night life), Art in the Square (exhibitions of artworks of famous and contemporary artists), and Lights On (Christmas Season).
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