Welcome to    Mesta Park

Residents of Mesta Park truly get the best of both worlds - a charming historic community with thoroughly modern amenities. It's this attitude of putting residents first and striking to maintain both the past and the future that puts Mesta Park on the map in Oklahoma City. Homes are historically significant structures that reflect the best of the city's early 20th century architecture. Mesta Park real estate is highly desirable by home buyers that appreciate being close to downtown as well as the charm and beauty of a well-established neighborhood.


Bordered by:

north: NW 23rd Street

east: N Walker Avenue & N Robinson Avenue

south: NW 16th Street

west: N Western Avenue

What to Expect

A charming and historic, family-friendly neighborhood with an active community. Ice cream socials, the annual Mesta Festa fundraiser and countless additional planned events throughout the year make getting to know your neighbors fun and exciting. Enjoy the sand volleyball courts in Pearle Mesta Park and the divided median along NW 18th and Shartel. 

What You'll Love

Tree-lined streets, historic preservation and annual home tours. Pick a district! Midtown, Uptown, Plaza and Automobile Alley are all within a very close proximity. A diverse community of locals and transplants alike, Mesta Park is one of the best neighborhoods in the city to call home. 


Residents have access to the award-winning Wilson Elementary, an in-neighborhood park and plenty of green space.

Nearby Attractions: Proximity to the Oklahoma State Capitol, Uptown 23rd District, The Paseo, The Plaza District, Downtown OKC, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma History Center, Paycom Center, the OKC Zoo and more.

Nearby Neighborhoods and Districts: 



Uptown 23rd District


Heritage Hills

Plaza District


Initially platted "University Addition" in 1902, Mesta Park is a living portrait of early 1900's architecture. Take a stroll through this charming neighborhood, and you'll find no shortage of historic Foursquare, Craftsman, and Praire-style homes. A renewed interest in the area led to a late 1970's revitalization and eventual inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Finally, 11 years later in 1994, the Oklahoma City Council designated Mesta Park as a Historic Preservation District.

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