Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma. The state’s largest city is home to a variety of urban and residential neighborhoods, which offer a variety of condominium styles. Offerings range from one bedroom garden-style units to luxury high-rise condominiums with multiple bedrooms and baths, with amenities such as indoor pools and concierge service.
Oklahoma City’s neighborhoods are varied, which is reflected in its housing options. The North Canadian River bisects the city, dividing it into north and south sections. North Oklahoma City has a range of diverse, urban neighborhoods which include the city center. Downtown’s North Walker Ave/NW 13th Street area contains the most exclusive real estate options, with a large concentration of historical homes. A few blocks north, the North Pennsylvania Avenue/NW 63rd Street district is more moderately priced, which is ideal for up and coming professionals. South Oklahoma City is has more of a working class flavor to it. The Wheatland neighborhood, west of Will Rogers Airport, has more affordable options, with a mix of established and newer residences. To the east, the Dunjee Park neighborhood offers condominium prices that support the middle to lower class residents that live there. Over the past few years, downtown Oklahoma City has been going through an economic revival. New condo developments have been established, and older buildings have been converted into apartments and hotels. The revitalized area
Oklahoma City is a major hub of the energy sector, with Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Devon Energy Corporation headquartered there. The city also hosts government administration, technology, services and health industries. Top employers include the State of Oklahoma, Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Integris Health and AT&T. Residents of Oklahoma City are also employed at nearby Tinker Air Force Base, the University of Oklahoma and Norman Regional Hospital. Non-professional jobs are available in the agriculture, natural resources, mining, construction and transportation industries. Leading corporations such as Dell, the Hertz Corporation, United Parcel Service and Farmers Insurance Group have a significant presence in the area.