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Downtown Oklahoma City

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Downtown Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City Downtown Skyline as seen from the Wheeler Ferris Wheel
Oklahoma City Downtown Skyline as seen from the Wheeler Ferris Wheel
Nicknames: 
OKC, downtown
CountryUnited States
StateOklahoma
CountiesOklahoma
CityOklahoma City
Area
 • Land1.2 sq mi (3 km2)
Elevation
1,200 ft (400 m)
Population
 (2013)
 • Total7,475
 • Density6,229/sq mi (2,405/km2)
ZIP code
73102, 73103*, 73104*, 73106*, 73109*, 73129*
Area code(s)405
Websitehttp://www.downtownokc.com

Downtown Oklahoma City is located at the geographic center of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area and contains the principal, central business district of the region. The CBD has over 51,000 workers[1] and over 12,000,000 sq ft (1,100,000 m2) of leasable office space to-date.[2] Downtown Oklahoma City is the legal, financial, economic, nightlife, and entertainment center of the region.

Downtown Oklahoma City consists of several urban districts that ring the Central Business District; including the retail oriented A-Alley, the Arts District, the Bricktown Entertainment District, the Deep Deuce residential neighborhood, and the Flatiron District. Unofficial/new areas of downtown OKC include "Lower Bricktown", MidTown urban neighborhood, SOSA (South of Saint Anthony 'hospital'), WestTown, Film Row urban district, Farmer's Market, and the new Downtown South "Core-2-Shore" neighborhoods.

Attractions

Downtown living

Automobile Alley district
Automobile Alley district

Since the mid-1990s, residential housing has made a significant rebound in downtown Oklahoma City as numerous projects have been completed with many more proposed or are currently in development in each district. Examples of the various residential communities available today include:

  • City Place Tower, the Penthouses
  • Park Harvey Place
  • Civic
  • Steelyard
  • LIFT
  • The Frank
  • Edge @ MidTown
  • Metropolitan
  • Block 42
  • The Brownstones at Maywood Park
  • Central Avenue Villas
  • Centennial on the Canal
  • The Lofts at Maywood Park
  • Deep Deuce Apartment blocks
  • The Hill
  • Avana
  • The Montgomery
  • Regency Tower
  • Seiber Motor Hotel Residences
  • Sycamore Square Apartment Homes
  • SoSA neighborhood upscale modern residences

Notable buildings and skyscrapers

Devon Tower, Oklahoma's tallest.
Devon Tower, Oklahoma's tallest.

Notable residents

References

  1. ^ http://www.abetterlifeokc.com/clientuploads/pdfs/WelcomeGuide2015.pdf
  2. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-06-11. Retrieved 2016-06-10.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "B.C. Clark inducted into retail group." Journal Record. [1] Retrieved 25 September 2009.
  4. ^ "Downtown pocket parks undergoing makeovers". Oklahoman.com. 2018-04-13. Retrieved 2020-01-22.

External links

This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 15:07
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