Outlet mall taking steps in right direction
The final plat was approved Nov. 2 for the Tulsa Premium Outlet Mall that is scheduled to open in Jenks in 2021.
The Jenks City Council approved the plat at the Nov. 2 City Council Meeting.
“The plat defines the boundaries, dedication of easements, right away and memorializes the condition of the P.U.D. (Planned Unit Development),” Jenks City Planner Jim Beach said. “It also sets up private restrictions on development standards the developer wants. The city accepted those dedications and easements in the plat. This final plat must be done before the building permits can be issued. Now, we are waiting on the appearance review, which will be looked at Thursday at the Planning Commission Meeting.”
If the appearance review is accepted and approved Thursday by the Jenks Planning Commission, building permits for the Tulsa Premium Outlets can take place and plans will then be reviewed by the City of Jenks and Jenks Fire Department along with building inspections.
Construction to the Tulsa Premium Outlet Mall is expected to finish in 2021 with 400,000 square feet of space for stores. There will also be a plaza area for entertainment, such as live music and other events and a place for a trail system to connect to the river trail.