Downtown’s Historic

A neighborhood rich with historic significance, live music, dining, retail, modern living, and within walking distance to the best Oklahoma City has to offer.



The Collector's Eye

Is a collection a portrait of its owner?

Ekpe Udoh, a Nigerian-American basketball player who grew up in Edmond, Oklahoma, believes so. If all works in a collection have been curated by a single person, they are a reflection of this person’s taste, personality, desires, fears, and loves. As a young athlete, Udoh’s passion for art grew and developed alongside his world travels.


Jazz, Civil rights
and Black Culture

Deep Deuce is known for its historical importance as the center for black culture in Oklahoma City. It was home to warehouse district workers in nearby Bricktown after the 1889 Land Run and grew to become the hub for local blues and jazz musicians throughout the 1940s and ’50s.

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Take a look at
the best shops

Deep Deuce boasts amazing retail shops, bars, restaurants, and more. Aloft Hotel sits on the SW corner of 2nd and Walnut and offers modern hotel rooms, conference facilities and a stunning rooftop view.

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