Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is known for its entertainment, culture and history. Many people are drawn to this city in order to visit attractions like the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Myriad Botanical Gardens or the Oklahoma City Zoo. The local economy is fueled by oil and natural gas production as well as other industries such as manufacturing and financial services.
The local culture is reflected in the architecture of many buildings downtown, including the Devon Energy Center which is home to a 55-foot high sculpture named “The Visionary” that illustrates what life would be like if we didn't have oil drilling today.
Some places where you can find affordable apartments include Edmond, Midwest City, Ricktown, and Cherry Street.
Edmond is an upscale suburb north of downtown with great local schools (Edmond Public Schools), parks like North Park Mall park, trails along Lake Arcadia Recreation Area; plus easy access to I-35/40 makes it an attractive place for commuters too!
Midwest City is a suburb immediately south of the city with access to I-40, Tinker Air Force Base and an affordable housing market.
Ricktown is Oklahoma City's entertainment district, home to many of its best restaurants and shops and a popular destination at night.
Cherry Street is one of Oklahoma City's oldest and most popular neighborhoods, known for its beautiful architecture and charming tree-lined streets.