Located in the Sandstone Hills region of Oklahoma, lies the capital and largest city of the state of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. Rising out of the Great Plains region, Oklahoma City’s many tall buildings are shining testaments to the areas thriving oil, natural gas and petroleum product related industries so common to the region. In fact, this city is situated the middle of an active oilfield and oil derricks are interspersed all over the Capitol grounds. Oklahoma City is home to the tallest building in the state, the Devon Energy Center. Following that are the Chase Tower, the AT&T building, Sand Ridge Center, the First National Center, the Bank of Oklahoma Plaza, the Chase Tower, the City Place, the Leadership SquareNorth Tower, the Valiance Bank Tower, and the Oklahoma Tower.
Winding through the city, is the North Canadian River which bisects Oklahoma City. Recently renamed the Oklahoma River inside the city limits, the river complements the area’s three large lakes: Lake Stanley Draper, Lake Overholser, and Lake Hefner.
Oklahoma City also is in the heart of livestock country, and features one of the largest livestock markets in the world, all housed in what is the eighth largest city in the United States by land area. These markets include the Stockman Oklahoma, the Oklahoma National Stockyards Company and the OKC West Livestock Market LLC. Some of the top employers in Oklahoma City are the State of Oklahoma with 46,900 employees, the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Integras Health, the City of Oklahoma City, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Hobby Lobby Stores, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Mercy Health Center, OG+E Energy Corporation, the Devon Energy Corporation, OU Medical Center, SSM Healthcare of Oklahoma, Incorporated, AT&T, the Sonic Corporation, and LSB Industries Incorporated. Other large employers within the region include the Tinker Air Force Base, the University of Oklahoma, the University of Central Oklahoma, and the Norman Regional Hospital.
Additional major corporations with operations in Oklahoma City are the United Parcel Service the Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company Dell, Cox Communications, MidFirst Bank, Continental Resources, the Hertz Corporation, Farmers Insurance Group American Fidelity Assurance, the Boeing Company and Johnson Controls. In 2013, Forbes magazine ranked Oklahoma City Number eight on its list of Best Places for Business and Careers. In 2014, Forbes ranked Oklahoma City number seven on list of Best Places for Business and Careers.
Notable museums and theaters and Oklahoma City include the Donald W Reynolds Visual Arts Center, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, or OKCMOA, the Civic Center Music Hall, which houses the Oklahoma City Ballet, The Oklahoma City opera, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and other concerts and Broadway shows, the lyric Theatre, the jewel box Theatre, Kirkpatrick Auditorium, the Poteet Theatre, the Oklahoma City Community College Bruce Owen Theatre and the Petree recital hall at the Oklahoma City University campus, the Wanda L Bass School of Music and Auditorium, the Science Museum Oklahoma, The Museum of Osteology, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Hall of Great Western Performers, the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, the American Banjo Museum, the Oklahoma History Center, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown serves as a multipurpose arena in the city that hosts concerts athletic events and many of the city’s pro sports teams including the popular NBA team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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The City of Oklahoma City recognizes many different neighborhoods in five designated areas-Downtown, Inner City North, Inner City South, North and Northwest, and the ‘Suburbs’. It is easy to locate homes for sale in Oklahoma City on Zip to Home. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Oklahoma City.
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