Downtown

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It’s known as “the place to be.” In Downtown Oklahoma City, a revitalization has firmly taken hold with public and private investment combining to put in motion more than $7 billion in projects and buildings since 1995, including the new Oklahoma City Streetcar and Scissortail Park. More than 77,000 people work downtown in typically high-paying industries (including professional basketball). Ideal for both living and working, Downtown’s various districts are becoming a magnet for the creative class, and fittingly a number of corporate headquarters and new housing developments are located here, with the population Downtown increasing more than 25% since 2000.

RTA Type: National / Destination Retail (but with significant areas of local retail as well)
District Link: www.downtownokc.com
Demographics (3-mile radius):
Residential Population: 76,109
Workforce Population: 115,410
Educational Attainment (Bachelor's and higher): 22%
Average Household Income: $52,964
Downtown snapshot PDF

Nearby Major Employers:
Baker Hughes GE Innovation Center
City of Oklahoma City
Continental Resources
Dell Inc.
Devon Energy
Enable Midstream
OGE
OU Health Sciences Center
OU Medical Center
Sonic Corp.
St. Anthony Hospital

Nearby Universities:
Academy of Contemporary Music - University of Central Oklahoma
Metro Technology Centers
Oklahoma City University
Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
Platt College-Central OKC
Rose State College
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center


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