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Old 06-16-2010, 12:35 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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I forgot actually what you were hunting from the other threads. I suggested those apartments at 19th and Santa Fe because there is the golf course and nearby there are 3 banks, Walgreens, CVS, cleaners, 7-11, couple of strip centers including one with a restaurant, liquor store, and yogurt place. Just east there is going to be a new Target store built and just east of that is a Home Depot, Jack In The Box, Chili's, Starbucks, Chick-Fil-A. Across from the Jack In The Box is a Carl's Jr and east of it is a Chicken Express and just east of it is an Aldi's. The Target will have groceries, too.

Then at the corner of 19th and Telephone there is a Wal-Mart and a bunch of other stuff including the Warren Theater just a mile north.

On Saturdays there are lots of joggers and often the bicycle club starts out in that area.

I've been told the apartments are pretty nice but not exactly luxurious.

Moore is a little over 50,000 now by the way.
Anyway I may have you confused with someone else that was interested in being able to walk to places.
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Old 06-16-2010, 01:26 PM
 
Location: Edmond, OK
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rpeter. Really you can't go wrong in either town. They are both very nice, and safe. Honestly, I think you will find most all of the OKC metro area to be nice, and in comparison to most other cities, extremely safe. Yes, there are a few sketchy areas in town, but for the most part, I would feel safe just about anywhere. Maybe not walking the streets at midnight safe, but safe enough to drive through, or go into a business or something.
As Flinty said, Moore is in the 50,000 range. Norman is a little more than twice that size. Norman just seems to me, to have more of its own identity as a town. Moore seems more like a suburb of OKC. Not that theres anything wrong with that. I live in one of those places too.
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Old 06-16-2010, 05:52 PM
 
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rpeter. Really you can't go wrong in either town. They are both very nice, and safe. Honestly, I think you will find most all of the OKC metro area to be nice, and in comparison to most other cities, extremely safe. Yes, there are a few sketchy areas in town, but for the most part, I would feel safe just about anywhere. Maybe not walking the streets at midnight safe, but safe enough to drive through, or go into a business or something.
As Flinty said, Moore is in the 50,000 range. Norman is a little more than twice that size. Norman just seems to me, to have more of its own identity as a town. Moore seems more like a suburb of OKC. Not that theres anything wrong with that. I live in one of those places too.
Thanks for your help.
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