Mustang Creek Crossing

By Chris Eversole

Mustang Creek Crossing, a 260-acre mixed-use development, is being planned between
N. Mustang Road and S.W. Sara Road and north of S.W. 15th Street.
“This is the largest commercially zoned parcel available in Oklahoma, and we’re really excited about it,” said Don Hayes, the real estate broker involved in the project.
The project came to light last week after OnCue placed a sign noting its coming store at the location.
The new store, which will open in late 2019 or early 2020, will include a made-to-order fresh food offering called “The Grill,” in keeping with the company’s new concept, said representative Scott Minton.
“We will have a place to sit down and for families to enjoy,” he said. “We even had a birthday party at one of our new locations.”
Mustang Creek Crossing will be a town center with an anchor grocery store, theaters, a medical complex, restaurants, retail shops, offices and apartments.
“We’re close to a deal on our grocery and theater anchors,” Hayes said. “Once we have them, we will make a push to promote ourselves to restaurants, clubs and other entertainment venues.”
The project will include larger than life-sized mustangs, fountains and beautification of Mustang Creek.
“We will have trending architecture,” Hayes said.
Internal traffic will use roundabouts instead of intersections with stop signs to create good vehicular flow.
The 260 acres of the project will far exceed the 80-acre Chisholm Creek project located south of Memorial Road and Western Avenue near Edmond.
The project will have access to the new John Kilpatrick Turnpike intersection of S.W. 15th Street.

“This in one of the fastest growing areas in Oklahoma City and a project of this size and caliber will be great addition to the marketplace. This location has been awakened by the new development and extension of the Kilpatrick Tollway. It is a sleeping giant with easy access for a large area of North, West and South Oklahoma City as well as other communities West of Oklahoma City,” Hayes said.
Dr. A. Sam Coury, a retired Edmond dentist, owns the Mustang Creek Crossing property. He also own 1,800 feet of frontage cater-cornered from project that includes a 7-Eleven, and he is developing the 400-acre Deer Creek Crossing near W. Danforth Road and Hefner Parkway in Edmond.
OnCue, which is a merger of two companies that go back over 50 years, entered the Oklahoma City market in 2006.
The Mustang location will either be the 30th or 31st location in the metro, depending on which new store is finished first.
“We want to be a store that Oklahoma City can call its own,” Minton said. “In the past, the Oklahoma City Metro never had a great convenience store to be proud of.”
OnCue strives to be a destination that is more than a place to buy gas. “Our stores are safe, clean and well-lit, and we’ll be a fantastic addition to the Mustang area,” Minton said.


  1. Matt Smith on October 18, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    Please dont ruin our peaceful quit area by bringing in apartments. They draw an unsavory crowd. The families in Westbury north and south did not spend hundreds of thousands on our homes to be close to that type of element.

    • Howard on October 19, 2018 at 6:41 am

      Tough luck. You’re just going to have to learn tolerance.

    • Traci on October 23, 2018 at 10:53 am

      Element? Wow…some of us might want to avoid a hateful person like you.

    • Campbell on October 29, 2018 at 5:33 pm

      What type of ‘element’ are you referring to? The type of people that shop here would appear to be much like your typical retail customer contributing money to the economy and paying taxes. You should be more specific in exactly what type of person you don’t want around your homes.

    • Lekingsley on March 10, 2019 at 10:00 pm

      I hope you are aware that Westbury North and South are full of sex and violent offenders, just check out this okcpd website, put in your addess there in Westbury To see all of them.

  2. Heather Shepherd on October 19, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Mustang is no longer a great place to live anymore.. To many people and to many stores. I wish I never bought a house out here..

    • Brittany on October 20, 2018 at 1:24 am

      Mustang has too many people and stores????? It’s small….. I think it’s great! I bought a house here about 6 months ago and moved from Yukon. It’s been refreshing.

    • Angie on October 23, 2018 at 8:17 am

      I disagree. Mustang is still a great place to live just more options and traffic but still a great place to call HOME.

    • Campbell on October 29, 2018 at 5:31 pm

      An issue of too many people and stores is an issue of perspective. A rather reasonable debate to be had if you weren’t located near the middle of a major metropolitan area quickly approaching 2 million people. If you seek the sort of quiet community with hardly any people, I’d recommend locating more than 100 miles out, lest you want to take the risk of OKC becoming a mega city and having to again move further and further away.

  3. Janice on October 22, 2018 at 12:54 pm

    I am thankful more things are being built, however, can appreciate the feelings of Westbury additions as we moved from there 5 years ago amidst rumors of houses of lesser value being built nearby.

    • Campbell on October 29, 2018 at 5:35 pm

      You do realize in communities that are growing-adding new houses(regardless of the value) and shopping centers such as this one- that property values almost always go up.

  4. Tim Pendleton on October 22, 2018 at 1:25 pm

    I grew up in ‘small Mustang’ and I loved it. But I also like the ‘growing Mustang’. Some who want a small town with no growth need to go look at what is happening to the towns that didn’t and cannot grow. Businesses are drying up, people are leaving because jobs are not available, and the tax revenue continues to decrease (cuts to teachers, fire department, police). So whats the answer? Just be thankful we have a good base of citizens, be thankful we still have the small town gratitude, support the local businesses, and expect growth. If we want to make a difference it starts with a positive attitude and citizens that want to make a difference. Attend council meetings and get involved. Voice the things you want, voice the things you don’t. But to close your eyes and pretend our hope this city will not grow is a waste of your energy.

    • Jose Brown on October 30, 2018 at 9:10 am

      FYI…the area they are discussing is OKC, not Mustang. Mustang is literally a small rectangle between 59th and 89th street south, running a couple miles east and west of Mustang road; everywhere else around it is within the Oklahoma City limits.

      • Amy on November 28, 2018 at 1:09 pm

        That is true it is Oklahoma City limits but to us in Mustang it’s consider Mustang because it’s considered Mustang School district and there are several Mustang Schools built in that area.

  5. David on December 5, 2018 at 10:13 am

    Finally….they need a Crest bad out here. Should help us all with property values too!!! Very nice!!

  6. Stella Lackmeyer on January 28, 2019 at 1:12 pm

    Moved to Mustang summer of 2018 from Edmond. Old Walmart and very old Homeland is not what I call options for grocery shopping. I can’t wait for Crest to come. I usually drive back to Edmond, or go for a drive to S.W. 104th. My gosh, new shopping options are so overdue.
    I drive back to NW part of OKC to go to a bookstore or specialty shop.

  7. Diane Mason on June 30, 2019 at 7:57 pm

    Apartments bring unsavory element? Listen, I moved to an apartment in south Yukon after selling a GORGEOUS home on an acreage in north Edmond. The place was getting way too much for me to handle on my own. Trying to hire dependable help was an impossibility. I knew someone who loved my place and since there was a standing offer to buy it, I decided to do so. My goal in living in an apartment here in south Yukon was to be close to my only living relative who lives in Mustang. I’m not an ‘unsavory element’. I could buy and sell you many times over (I’m saying this to the person who posted here who objects to people who live in apartments). I’ve been deciding where to buy a home or have one built but meanwhile love where I live and may just decide to stay. No maintenance, no lawn work, it’s like being on vacation. My neighbors here are pure class, are professionals. Are there some “unsavories” here? Maybe. Just as in neighborhoods of homes. So watch your snobbish self, will you?

    • David H on January 13, 2020 at 7:26 pm

      I would argue that apartments themselves don’t bring unsavory characters, however, if not kept up to a quality standard, you could run into some unsavory folks. Just the transient nature of them alone is cause for concern. That being said, the original poster that you responded to used a broad brush to paint that generalization, but it’s not entirely invalid.

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