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Oklahoma City, OK

From its beginnings as a homesteader settlement, Oklahoma City has emerged into a bustling commercial hub in central Oklahoma. Today, the city offers a mix of old-fashioned Western heritage and a hip urban appeal. With well over a million residents spread out over a 600-square-mile metropolitan area, Oklahoma City is the second largest city in the United States in terms of geographical size.


In Oklahoma City's inner-city neighborhoods, single-family detached houses with small yards are the most prevalent types of housing. Apartments are also available in these areas. In the downtown area and the business districts, condominiums and lofts are the main housing focus and can include mid and high-rise buildings.

The city has many distinctive neighborhoods within its limits:


The area's economy has diversified thanks to industries such as information technology, energy and administration. In recent years, the economic revenue has increased by a third. Tinker Air Force Base employs more than 25,000 residents, while another 30,000 work in the high-tech industry. Roughly 20 percent of the population works in state and local government.

Due to the strength of its housing market and its growth in several economic sectors-including manufacturing-Oklahoma City is likely to weather the current economic decline relatively well. The city led the list of America's recession-proof cities in Forbes magazine.

Aside from the city and state government workers, Oklahoma City has many Fortune 1000 companies. Some of the largest employers in the city include Devon Energy Corporation and Chesapeake Energy Corporation. Additionally, Integris Baptist Medical Center and OU Medical center each employ more than 1,000 workers.


There's a number of colleges in Oklahoma City, including:



Southwestern Publishing, a local publisher, distributes four different metro lifestyle magazines in the Oklahoma City area.

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