Make the most of energy-efficiency in Home Creations’ newest Midwest City homes. Our gorgeous properties boast elevated amenities like smart thermostats, solar panels, and EV charging stations that are available as standard features, making our homes up to 86% more efficient than most existing homes and nearly 56% more efficient than typical new homes. Don’t choose between elegance and energy savings; you can have it all in a Home Creations home.
No matter what you’re looking for, Midwest City has it. From military parades and a million-dollar water park to Native American cultural experiences and nationally-recognized golf courses, it’s easy to see why Midwest City is one of central Oklahoma’s most vibrant places to live. Midwest City began as a support community for nearby Tinker Air Force Base and still serves as eastern Oklahoma County’s central hub for recreation, commerce, education, and employment.
Most students in Midwest City attend one of two school districts.
Just over 14,000 students attend Mid-Del Public Schools, a PK-12 district that ranks among the state’s top in diversity and athletics, drawing from Del City, Midwest City, Forest Park, Oklahoma City, Choctaw, and Tinker Air Force Base. The Mid-Del system includes 15 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 high schools, as well as the Mid-Del Technology Center, Oklahoma’s only designated technology center associated with a public school district. The district enjoys strong community support for campus improvements and facilities.
Residents of Home Creations’ Midwest City Aspen Ridge neighborhood are served by the Choctaw-Nicoma Park School District, a PK-12 system serving around 5,800 students. The district received national recognition for “What Parents Want” from the Annual School Match awards program—of which just 16% of U.S. schools qualify for—and prides itself on promoting a diverse, welcoming environment where students can enjoy varied educational opportunities.
Midwest City is a community in good company, surrounded by Choctaw, Del City, Tinker Air Force Base, and Oklahoma City. The Tinker Diagonal—which separates Midwest City from Del City and Tinker AFB—is home to major retail and big box stores as well as local businesses and restaurants. You’ll also find anything and everything you need for your day-to-day along major arteries like Reno Ave. and SE 15thgoing east and west and Douglas, Midwest, and Air Depot Blvds. running north and south. These same thoroughfares conveniently connect you to I-40, so you can head into OKC or get out of town.
Midwest City’s convenient location—bordered by I-40 to the south, I-35 to the west, the Kickapoo Turnpike to the east, and US-62 to the north—makes getting around Oklahoma City and beyond fast, east, and stress-free.
To Tinker Air Force Base: 11 minutes
To Will Rogers World Airport: 25 minutes
To downtown OKC: 17 minutes
To Norman: 35 minutes
To Stillwater: 1 hour 11 minutes
To Tulsa: 1 hour 40 minutes
To Wichita: 2 hours 30 minutes
To Ft. Smith, Arkansas: 2 hours 30 minutes
To Dallas: 3 hours 15 minutes
When it comes to things to do, Midwest City is hardly middle-of-the-road. Rose State College regularly hosts comedians, musicians and guest speakers, as well as outdoor events and performances, while car enthusiasts Cruise in for Coffee each third Saturday. Or you can just get away from it all at Lake Stanley Draper. In addition to Soldier Creek Industrial Park, with nearly 5 miles of multi-use natural terrain trails, you’ll find plenty of parks and sports complexes for soccer, softball, baseball, football, and more. There’s even a place for your pets to play at Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park, a two-acre dog park with built-in equipment, water features, and a washing station. Other ways to spend your day include:
Altitude 1291, a 26,000 square foot venue with bowling, laser tag, midway-style arcade games, , a virtual reality simulator, bumper cars, and a full-service restaurant and bar
Regal Warren Midwest City, a multi-screen mega luxury movie theater with four adult balconies, reclining seats, and restaurant and bar services
Planet Bowl,24 lanes and Cosmic Bowling every Friday night
Reno Swim & Slide,a family-friendly waterpark with a zero-entry wading section and Olympic-sized pool, diving boards, slides, and a rock-climbing wall
Star Skate, for year-round indoor roller skating
Aspen Ridge, Home Creations’ Midwest City neighborhood, features 3- and 4-bed floor plans from our exclusive Wellington Collection, tucked away in quiet, close-knit cul-de-sacs. Here you’ll find endless blue skies and a low-key, family-friendly atmosphere, complete with a community play area and private pond. Enjoy all the perks of living in the country without being far from the amenities of the city.
If you’re ready to take energy-efficient living to the next level, it’s time to schedule a tour of a Home Creations’ home in Midwest City. Contact a New Home Consultant today to find your new home for tomorrow!