Oklahoma City

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The capital and largest city in the state, Oklahoma City is strongly influenced by its Western and Native American heritage and thrives on the energetic and creative community of people that live within the city limits. The recent urban core revitalization, strong economy, and low housing prices have attracted an influx of young professionals, growing families, and retirees.

Simply put, Oklahoma City has a decidedly younger and more cosmopolitan feel than it did 20 years ago. Buzzing with life at all hours of the day and night, the world-renowned museums, professional and Olympic-level sports facilities, top rated restaurants, and one-of-a-kind boutiques present an attractive package to culture seekers looking to make a home in the heart of Oklahoma.

Home to people of all economic backgrounds, The Heritage Hills and Crown Heights historic districts are popular with those who appreciate vintage architecture and charm, while the growing number of apartments and townhomes in Midtown and Deep Deuce attract many singles and young professionals due to their proximity to downtown employers and entertainment.


#68 U.S. News Best Places to Live
#110 U.S. News Best Places to Retire
Population - 1,353,504
Average Salary - $46,070
Median Home Price - $150,925
$827 - Median Rent