Thanks to “chutzpah that is not to be underestimated” Thrillist recently ranked OKC as one of the eight most underappreciated American cities.
In a large survey conducted in 309 cities across eight countries, OKC’s housing market was found to be the third most affordable (0.1 point away from causing a three-way tie for first place).
Oklahoma City’s not the only one who loves the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens--the Minneapolis Star Tribune included it among its top 10 public parks
Oklahoma City ranks at #6 on Livability's list of the best cities to get a fresh start.
Over 4.3 million travelers flew in and out of Will Rogers World Airport in 2018, setting another all-time record for passenger traffic.
A study by BadCredit found that thanks to things like OKC's low cost of living, average salary levels and plentiful employment opportunities, it's one of the best cities for a high quality life with a low price tag.
Millennial job seekers in Oklahoma City can enjoy several benefits like lower costs of living and a large millennial workforce, making it one of the best cities for millennials entering the workforce.
A study conducted by the Navy Federal Credit Union found that by weighing 11 key metrics, Oklahoma City is the best city for retired veterans.