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Oklahoma City - City Character
The property prices listed above are subject to seasonal demand, availability, size, and other factors like if you require pet friendly or smoker friendly housing. If you need an accurate estimate it is best you call the leasing department so they can give you an updated and accurate price quote for the exact dates of your stay including all your additional housing needs.
All corporate rentals seen above come fully furnished with housewares(linens, dishes, etc), utilities (cable TV, internet, power, etc.), and of course furniture. Upgrade options and custom housing setups are available in most areas of Oklahoma City and surrounding areas.
In addition to OKC, we also serve Norman, Edmond, Moore, Tuttle and the Shawnee area. Because demand is much lower for these suburban areas we have opted to not list them on the website. Please call a representative for these areas and they will email you current availability.
Special discounts for business housing and other high volume renters are available. Police and military discounts may be available depending on location/community. Please inquire for further details.
Oklahoma City overview
Oklahoma City, or OKC, is the capital of the state of Oklahoma. It is a sprawling city, the largest by area in the country but only 27th in the country by population with around 650,000 people and around 1.4 million in the metro area.
Brief history of Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City was settled very quickly once the land that made up Oklahoma was freed up for settlement in 1889. Once part of the ‘unassigned lands’ the region was quickly adopted by families wanting to make a new life in a geographically blessed area. Between 1890 and 1900, the population doubled as more families were drawn to the area.
This growth meant the state capital was moved from Guthrie to Oklahoma City. The arrival of Route 66 and the railroad meant more growth and the introduction of the stockyards. The discovery of oil meant more jobs and more money flooded into the city and the building of the interchange between I-35, I-40 and I-44 kept people and industry coming to the city. Tinker Air Force Base also reinforced the city’s growth.
From in the 1980s onwards, Oklahoma City has actively redeveloped its inner city areas. The Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS), were designed to breathe new life into the city as residents moved to the suburbs and resulted in new developments such as the new baseball park, library, civic center, convention center and fairgrounds.
Doing business in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City has a wide and varied economy. Energy and government administration are still potent forces but IT, retail, services, healthcare, manufacturing and many others. The city has always encouraged this diversification as is recognized that specializing in one industry was not a good way to secure its future.
Notable companies based in Oklahoma City include; United States Federal Aviation Administration, Integris Health, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Hobby Lobby Stores, Mercy Health Center, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, OG+E Energy Corp, Devon Energy Corporation, Dell, AT&T, OU Medical Center, Cox communications and Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
Highlights of Oklahoma City
The MAPS initiative has brought a lot of art, culture and leisure opportunities to the city. As the state capital, there is a significant city employee base which attracts even more facilities.
Highlights include; Oklahoma City Museum of Art, The Myriad Gardens, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City Zoo, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Kirkpatrick Center and Oklahoma Opry.
Oklahoma City character
Oklahoma City is a surprising destination. Those arriving thinking they are visiting a city like any other are usually pleasantly surprised by what they find. The renewed center, wide open spaces, relaxed locals and depth and breadth of culture on offer are all a pleasant surprise.
This renewal has also give the city an energy that can be seen and felt throughout. All these things provide an attraction that makes it one of the state’s biggest tourist attractions. All combine to create a positive vibe that makes you feel welcome when you arrive.
Oklahoma City districts
Oklahoma City is made up of a number of districts that offer a range of characters. They include; the Adventure District, Asia District, Bricktown, Downtown, Arts District, Plaza Court District, Northwest, Paseo Arts District, NW 39th Street Enclave, Western Avenue and Capitol Hill Historic District.