You'll love learning about the homes and real estate available in our Midtown OKC area. This area has really undergone a renaissance of residential and commercial development. Dining, clubs, shopping, and housing has definitely made the Midtown area a top draw for home buyers who want to live close to the excitement of Downtown and Urban Oklahoma City, Oklahoma!
The area known as Midtown in Oklahoma City is a relatively small district comprised of only a few square miles, but it is home to several OKC landmarks such as the National Memorial & Museum and the historic Plaza Court. Metro drivers might be familiar with OKC's first "roundabout" at 10th and Walker in Midtown. It's such a fun area to take a stroll in and experience the locally owned shops and restaurants.
Midtown has quite an interesting history, with its beginnings as a thriving residential and commercial area in the early 1900's. Later, though, Oklahoma City grew outward and many residents moved to suburbs and other areas outside of the city. Combined with difficult times for the city itself, Midtown deteriorated greatly. But as with much of the rest of Oklahoma City, a renaissance was coming. Developments in Bricktown helped spark rejuvenation elsewhere, and Midtown's potential is just now being realized.
See some of the top Midtown attractions. Among them: