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Office Space for Rent in Oklahoma

3030 Northwest Expressway, 73112

Oklahoma City

| Ref 3628 Union Plaza is a Class A building located in the heart of northwest Oklahoma City. This new center, opened on February 1, 2011, offers an upscale, contemporary look featuring hardwood floors in the r...

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101 Park Ave, 73102

Oklahoma City | Regus

| Ref 21661 At the corner of 101 Park Avenue and Broadway, our business center brings you first class, professional office space in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City. This prominent address boasts a stunning hi...

Oklahoma City (4 mins)

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929 NW 164th Street, 73013


| Ref 17144 Located next to the meandering Chisolm Creek, this business center, on N.W. 164th Street, offers a contemporary, modern look, including a reception area furnished to a high specification, two fully-eq...

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7136 Yale Ave, 74136

Tulsa | Regus

| Ref 21663 In the rolling hills of south Tulsa, our Executive Tower center is situated in the striking, 5-story Regent Bank Building on the southwest corner of Yale and 71st Street. This convenient site offers e...

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Kirby Miller
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The state of Oklahoma is located in the southwestern region of the United States of America. The state is bordered by Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas. The state capital of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City. This state is home to 39 Native American Tribal Headquarters. Throughout Oklahoma there are opportunities to visit Native American art galleries, museums, historic sites, Powwows, and festivals. Oklahoma’s diverse geography includes tall-grass prairies, hardwood forests, cypress swamps, and foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

Business Information

Oklahoma’s main industries are manufacturing, mineral extraction, energy production, agriculture, livestock, and the service sector. Agricultural crops in the state include wheat, cotton, hay, peanuts, grain sorghum, soybeans, corn, and pecans. Leading companies with office space and other facilities in Oklahoma include Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, American Airlines, Devon Energy Corporation, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, and SandRidge Energy Corporation.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There are many things to see and do in Oklahoma, including top attractions such as the Cherokee Heritage Center, Tulsa’s Art Deco District, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Woolaroc Museum & Wild life Preserve, Oklahoma City National Memorial, White Water Bay and Frontier City Theme Parks, Will Rogers Memorial, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Remington Park Race Track, Fort Gibson Stockade, and the Ouachita National Forest. Oklahoma cuisine features beef, and many grain and bean dishes. Popular favorites include biscuits and gravy and cornbread and beans. Oklahoma has witnessed the birth of several fast food restaurant chains that focus on Southern cuisine. They include Cracker Barrel, Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ’n Biscuits, Church’s Chicken, Mrs. Winner’s, Sonny’s, Tudor’s Biscuit World, and Popeye’s.

Transport Information

Oklahoma’s largest commuter airport is Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City. Tulsa International Airport is another important air-travel hub in the state. There is some bus service for public transportation in the larger cities. A car is the most convenient way to travel around the remoter parts of Oklahoma and there are numerous dealerships where you can rent a vehicle.

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