Downtown Oklahoma City

Downtown  Oklahoma City is the central business district of Oklahoma. The area has been revitalized in recent years and now offers a vibrant nightlife, cultural attractions, shopping opportunities and theater options. The area is home to the largest theater district in central Oklahoma and has been named, ‘America’s Best City for Theater’ by “American Style Magazine.

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The first skyscraper was built here in 1904.  Today there are more than 20 high-rise office towers that dominate the city skyline. The Myriad Botanical Gardens contain 27 distinct gardens with landscaping representing different regions of the world including China, Japan and Italy as well as a number of local landscapes such as Cross Timbers woodland, Western prairie grassland and Central Plains tallgrass Prairie. Outdoor sculptures can be found throughout downtown along with several museums dedicated to various forms of artistry including glasswork, woodcarving and printmaking .

The city’s skyline features many high-rise buildings including 50 Penn Place (originally One Park Tower), Devon Energy Center, Skirvin Hilton Hotel among others which have gone under construction since 2010 completion date or are currently planned to go under construction soon on future dates. In addition to its skyscrapers, downtown OKC also hosts several local businesses such as Colcord Hotel , Harkins Theatre and Renaissance Waterford all along with plenty of other shops like JB Hudson Jewelers located within walking distance from each other while more national stores can be found throughout the city. Other attractions in downtown Oklahoma City include the Myriad Botanical Gardens , Chesapeake Energy Arena and  the Oklahoma City National Memorial which is north of downtown.

Oklahoma’s capital and largest city, the population of OKC has been growing exponentially since its foundation in 1889 with numbers increasing every decade because it was a major stop on Route 66 . The town originally started out as two separate towns known as ” Oklahoma Territory” and “Indian Territory “. Even though they merged to become one city, these original towns still exist but only within what is now considered downtown OKC or otherwise referred to by locals as just “Downtown”.

Oklahoma’s capital is thriving with historic buildings, delicious restaurants and a diverse population that ensure visitors have plenty to do no matter what they’re interested in doing or seeing while here .

Downtown Oklahoma City is the central business district of Oklahoma. The area has been revitalized in recent years and now offers a vibrant nightlife, cultural attractions, shopping opportunities and theater options.

Additionally, Oklahoma’s capital has plenty of national stores like JB Hudson Jewelers and more within walking distance from each other while local businesses such as Colcord Hotel , Harkins Theatre and Renaissance Waterford are also nearby. Myriad Botanical Gardens, Chesapeake Energy Arena and more can be found throughout the city which ensure visitors have many attractions to see no matter what they’re interested in doing or seeing while here .

Lastly, Oklahoma City’s population has been increasing exponentially since its foundation in 1889 and continues to grow every year because it was a major stop on Route 66. The town originally started out as two separate towns known as “Oklahoma Territory” and “Indian Territory”. Even though they merged to become one city, these original towns still exist but only within what is now considered downtown OKC or otherwise referred to by locals as just “Downtown”.