Oklahoma City is the largest city in the state of Oklahoma and the 8th largest city by volume in the United States (coming in right after Houston, Texas). Oklahoma is probably best known for being right in the middle of Tornado Alley- an area in the American Mid-West where tornadoes are both strong and frequent. For this reason, the city’s high rises are limited and the city tends to expand horizontally not vertically.
Historically, the city has been known as one of the centers for aerospace development and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is headquartered here. Although there’s still a strong focus on this industry, there are plenty of other businesses that now call this place home. Probably the most notable on the list (and one of the top employers in the state) is Sonic, the company that’s still doing 1960s style drive-in fast food. Love’s Truck Stops are also headquartered here OKC.
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Oklahoma City is sometimes referred to by locals as “The Big Friendly.” This is meant to reference the friendly nature of their city and their commitment to being open and welcoming to new visitors and businesses.
Oklahoma has a higher younger population due to the 18 colleges and universities in the area. According to the U.S Census Bureau, the population estimates 655,057 people living here.
- 14.6% Black/African American
- 67.5% White
- 19.2% Hispanic/Latino
- 4.6% Asian
In the early ‘90s, a redevelopment project started a new life to its downtown area. It became one of the most successful public-private partnerships in the country that helped increase downtown housing and demand for retail allowing employment rate to go up once again. According to the data from the U.S. Census Bureau the median household income $54,034 and 16.8% is living at or under the poverty line.
- Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state.
- Devon Energy Center is the city’s tallest building running 844 feet. Known for the 49th tallest building in the United States
- The world’s first installed parking meter was in Oklahoma City 1935.
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