What is the downtown area of Oklahoma City like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Downtown Oklahoma City is an urban gem that was architecturally redesigned in the 1960’s to reflect how the city had grown in commercial success. The pristine grounds are dotted with landscaped hills, lakes, waterways and an impressive glass and steel botanical bridge that has an actual greenhouse built into it.

The futuristic Metro concourse system is a landmark that graces downtown Oklahoma City and is the best way to enjoy exploring the city on foot. It is a series of tunnels and skywalks that connect downtown hotels, office buildings, conference areas, restaurants and shopping venues.

The five main districts downtown are the Arts District, Historic Automobile Alley, Bricktown, Deep Deuce Historic Jazz District and the Business District. As for Oklahoma City apartments in the downtown area, there is a variety to choose from including loft apartments, brownstones, and high rises.

The metropolitan area of downtown OKC is a true reflection of past, present and future, and living in the midst of the city will put you in close proximity to many modern and historic business, entertainment and recreational amenities.

Category: City Guides, Oklahoma City Metro