Welcome to the Lincoln Neighborhood in OKC

Welcome to the Lincoln Neighborhood in OKC

Welcome to Your New Neighborhood: An Area Guide to The Presley Apartments

The Presley Apartments, 4445 N. Lincoln Blvd, are in the heart of the Innovation and Central Business Districts of northeast Oklahoma City, where the Capitol and the city skyline provide more than just a stunning view. Northeast Oklahoma City is enjoying dramatic growth and new investment, putting you right next door to some of the state’s most diverse economic opportunities in aerospace, technology, research, energy, health, and more. Your future is now, thanks to nationally recognized, industry-leading facilities like the state-of-the-art OU Health Center, Medical Campus, and Research Park; chances to collaborate and connect across industries; and premier lifestyle experiences in fitness, food, and fun, all within reach.

Business Opportunities and Employment Near The Presley

Oklahoma City is home to an ever-broadening range of economic sectors, spanning everything from logistics, bioscience, and energy to aerospace and aviation. Dell, Inc., Sprint, Hertz, Williams-Sonoma, York International, and Xerox have corporate homes in OKC, as do home-grown companies like Love’s Travel Stops, Sonic, Paycom, Devon Energy, Chesapeake Energy, American Fidelity, and Hobby Lobby. Top employers include Boeing, OGE, Tinker Air Force Base, INTEGRIS Health, the State of Oklahoma, and the University of Oklahoma in nearby Norman. OKC also offers a wealth of economic and financial resources and incentives for small businesses, training, and workforce development.

Find out more about the area’s major employers here.

What’s for Dinner? Grocery Stores and Restaurants near The Presley

There are plenty of Walmarts and WinCos in the area, but around here, you don’t have to relegate yourself to national retail chains for next-level nutrition. Head here to stock your new killer kitchen:

  • Homeland, Oklahoma’s largest locally (and employee-) owned grocery chain featuring fresh produce and Made In Oklahoma (MIO) products

  • Flora Bodega, a worker-owned cooperative & neighborhood grocer featuring more than 60 local vendors, wine, beer, & more, including fresh & organic produce, baked goods, fresh flowers, and plants & gardening supplies.

  • Super Cao Nguyen Supermarket, Oklahoma’s largest international supermarket and oldest ethnic grocery store, boasting fresh seafood and meat, exotic fruits and vegetables, and groceries from across Asia.

  • The Market at EastPoint, a community-owned and led grocery stocking locally sourced produce and products.

  • Trader Joe’s, off of NW 63rd

  • Whole Foods, on N. Western

Don’t feel like cooking? Try these local favorites just a few blocks away:

  • Jamil’s Steakhouse, a must-try

  • Bedlam Bar-B-Q, a trusty local standby with several area locations

  • Elmer’s Uptown (live music Wednesdays and Sundays)

  • Ice Event Center and Grill (live entertainment like music, comedy, and poetry)

Shopping and Entertainment near The Presley

In addition to limitless local shopping, you’re 5 minutes from Penn Square Mall and just 12 minutes from Quail Springs Mall and the plethora of retail and local shopping on Memorial Road. Be sure to check out Flix Brewhouse (5 minutes) and Top Golf, on Memorial Road.

For even more excitement, Oklahoma City’s 14 major districts are also just minutes away.

Play near The Presley

There’s plenty to do indoors and out at The Presley, but if you’re craving a bigger place to play, Woodland Park is just across the street. Other nearby parks include:

  • L.D. Lacy Park

  • Douglas Park

  • Crown Heights Park

  • Canyon Park

Explore Oklahoma City’s Adventure District, just six minutes away, where you’ll find:

  • Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens

  • Zoo Amphitheatre

  • Remington Park Casino & Horse Racing

  • Cinemark Tinseltown & XD movie theaters

  • USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium

  • Lincoln Park Golf Course

  • Oklahoma Railway Museum

  • 45th Infantry Division Museum

  • Science Museum Oklahoma & Kirkpatrick Planetarium

You can also spread your (water)wings out at several area lakes and state parks, like:

Lake Hefner: 9.8-mile paved multi-purpose trail, water sports, sailing, lake-side dining, golf, fishing

Arcadia Lake: water sports, disc golf, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, boating, camping, swimming

Lake Thunderbird State Park: archery, biking, boating, fishing, hiking, camping, swimming

Feeling a little more philanthropic? Lend a green thumb or learn something new at the NE OKC Cultural Center Community Garden, a nonprofit community garden committed to helping kids and community members learn gardening skills and increase access to fresh, local, and free food.

Golf Courses near The Presley

Continuing your academic or professional education is easy with in-person and online programs from more than 20 colleges, universities, and technical institutions in the Oklahoma City area. Your closest campuses are Oklahoma City University, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma State University—Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC), and Metro Technology, but you’ll also have easy commutes to:

  • Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC)

  • Mid-America Christian University

  • Francis Tuttle Technology Center

  • Langston University

  • Platt College—multiple campus locations

  • The University of Oklahoma—Norman

  • Canadian Valley Technology Center

  • University of Central Oklahoma (UCO)—Edmond

  • DeVry University—OKC Campus

  • University of Phoenix—OKC campuses

  • Oklahoma Christian University

  • Rose State College—Midwest City

  • University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma—Chickasha

  • Southern Nazarene University—Bethany

  • Oklahoma Baptist University—Shawnee

  • Redlands Community College—El Reno

  • Academy of Hair Design—OKC

  • American Broadcasting School—OKC

  • Southwestern Christian University—Bethany

  • Vatterott College

Districts near The Presley

Oklahoma City is in the middle of a major urban revitalization, from an eclectic food frenzy to an explosion of new entertainment and cultural verve. No matter what your mood, there’s a district to dive into, and thanks to a revamped transportation infrastructure, few of the hottest haunts are more than 20 minutes away. Here’s what’s closest to your new pad.

Uptown 23. Very much a retro vibe centered around the historic Tower Theatre, a local favorite for live music. Find elevated street food at Guyutes, outdoor dining at Social Deck & Dining, and a backyard bonanza at The Pump, complete with yard games. Belly up to a bar at the Bunker Club or Ponyboy, or enjoy a little more sophistication at The Eleanor Champagne Lounge. Check out Syrup or The Copley for breakfast, brunch, or lunch, or grab a Hurts Donut any time, day or night.

Paseo Arts District. Five minutes and a world away, the Paseo Arts District is a perfect pocket of cultural delight. Dine or drink in any style with restaurants like Paseo Grill, Goro Ramen Picasso Café, the Oso, Scratch, and FRIDA Southwest. Enjoy the district’s First Friday Gallery Walk with featured artists and an inspired street scene, or browse the neighborhood’s art galleries, shops, and working artists’ studios—like Prairie Arts Collective and Literati Press Comics & Novel—any day of the week.

Asian District. The area in and around NW 23rd and Classen Blvd is the heart of Oklahoma City’s Asian community, but you’ll find all kinds of flavors here. In addition to next-level Vietnamese pho at places like Pho Cuong, Pho Lien Hoa, and VII Asian Bistro, you can also try Guatemalan at Café Kacao, vegetarian and vegan fare at The Red Cup, Taj Cuisine of India, and Sala Thai. Oh, and don’t miss the banh mi at Lee's Sandwiches. Super Cao Nguyen, the state's largest international supermarket is here, and Military Park hosts several cultural events a year, including the Lunar Moon Festival in the fall and the Asian Night Market Festival in the summer.

Western Ave. Western Ave. combines the best of old-school cool with fresh new trends. From discovering vinyls at Guestroom Records or a classic cut at Weldon Jack’s Barber Shop to Trader Joe’s and Osteria’s organic vegan menu, this north-south stretch packed with antique stores, posh boutiques, and plenty of restaurants and bars takes you on a trip through time and all the way to Classen Curve.

Highways near The Presley

Thanks to close, easy access to all three of the state’s major interstates—as well as I-235, a roughly 5-mile stretch of interchange that runs north and south through OKC—a day trip or afternoon out is never far away.

A quick jump east over to I-235 will get you close to almost all of the city’s eclectic districts in just minutes. You can also take it north to catch I-44 and I-35, or south just north of the Oklahoma River to I-40.

I-35 delivers a straight shot south to Texas—roughly 3 hours to Dallas—north to Kansas—2 hours to Wichita—or anywhere in the center of the state, so it’s not hard to see why the highway’s dubbed “Adventure Road.” Towns like Sulphur, Stillwater, and Ponca City are a stone’s throw east of the interstate, while hidden gems like the Arbuckle Wilderness in Davis, Pauls Valley, and Guthrie take you off the beaten path. WinStar World Casino & Resort is at the southernmost exit in Thackerville.

If chasing the sunrise or sunset is more your style, then I-40 is for you. I-40 is a modern-day version of historic Route 66 that runs directly east and west right through the middle of the state and right through every one of Oklahoma’s unique ecological environments. From the lake country and wooded hills of the Ozarks in the east to stunning landscapes of salt plains, sand dunes, and mountains in the west, I-40 is your ticket to Oklahoma’s treasure trove of state parks. Weatherford, Clinton, Yukon, El Reno, Lake Eufaula, and Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge are just a few of the major cities and attractions you’ll find right off I-40, not to mention great shopping opportunities (like the OKC Outlets), casino and hotel entertainment venues, and updated travel centers located all along the route.

Take I-44 corner-to-corner. Tulsa and Broken Arrow are just 2 hours away, where you’ll find Oologah Lake and Keystone Lake & State Park for vistas you have to see to believe. Head southwest toward Chickasha, Medicine Park, and the Wichita Mountains for great hiking, camping, and fishing.

Find out more about why The Presley’s is the perfect starting point for exploring this great state at travelok.com.

If your travel plans take you further, don’t worry—Will Rogers World Airport is less than 30 minutes away straight down I-44.

Have it All in the Middle of it All at The Presley Apartments

Your best life is here at The Presley, where there’s always more to explore. Find out why The Presley is one of Oklahoma City’s top-rated luxury living communities. While you’re here, join our mailing list for leasing updates and upcoming events. Trust us—you don’t want to miss out on this.