Oklahoma City Data and Demographics

Oklahoma City’s growth is well-documented, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Along with the myriad third-party endorsements attesting to our vibrancy as a retail destination, we’ve put together some basic data and a housing starts heat map below. More info on specific RTAs can be found on our districts pages.

If you’d like more info on demographics, current businesses and competitive intelligence in specific areas, check out our OKC Local Business Intelligence tools. If you’re looking for available properties, traffic counts and other items, just hit up our property search page.


Download a .pdf of the Housing Starts Heat Map.

Citywide / MSA:

Population

1,319,196

ESRI

Population growth rate (annual)

1.52 percent

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Unemployment rate

4.50 percent

July 2014 BLS

Cost of living index

89.1

COLI 2014 Q2

Cost of living

10.9 percent below national average

 

Income growth rate (annual)

3.29 percent

 

# of HH

513,958

ESRI

# of HH over $75k annual income

153,623

ESRI

# of HH over $100k annual income

86,946

ESRI

Average HH income

$68,175

ESRI

Average commute time

< 20 minutes

 

HH growth rate

1.55 percent

ESRI

For more information, please feel free to contact:

Tammy Fate
Manager, Retail Development and Recruitment
Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
405-297-8958
tfate@okcchamber.com

 

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