Midtown Tulsa

Philbrook Museum
By Dustin M. Ramsey, Attribution, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4204086

Welcome to Midtown Tulsa where things are always popping!

The city’s historical residential core lies in an area known as Midtown, containing upscale neighborhoods built in the early 20th century with architecture ranging from art deco to Greek Revival.

The University of Tulsa, the Swan Lake neighborhood, Philbrook Museum, and the upscale shopping districts of Utica Square, Cherry Street, and Brookside are located in this area of Tulsa.

River Parks and A Gathering Place for Tulsa

The banks of the Arkansas River are graced with miles and miles of hiking and biking trails.  The east bank of the river has become the playground for midtown Tulsa as well as for the greater Tulsa metropolitan area.

A Gathering Place for Tulsa in midtown Tulsa is the most exciting feature of Tulsa’s River Parks system, blending nature with an urban setting and providing Tulsans and visitors more space to play, relax and gather together along the river.

A Gathering Place for Tulsa will provide activities for the entire family to enjoy.

  • The largest private gift to a public park in U.S. history, A Gathering Place for Tulsa is a project of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • Currently under construction, it will transform nearly 100 acres of Tulsa’s waterfront along the Arkansas River into a dynamic and active space.
  • Includes features such as a lodge, boathouse, nature walks, two land bridges connecting the two sides of river parks, sporting areas and a pond.
  • From the five-acre Adventure Playground to Mist Mountain, sport courts, bike and skate parks, natural trails, and large lawns for concerts

Woodward Park

Shopping:  Utica Square, Tulsa Promenade Mall, Southroads, Cherry Street, Brookside, The Pearl District, Kendall-Whittier

Attractions:  The Circle Cinema, The Little Theatre, Theatre at Henthorne Park, The Philbrook Museum, The Tulsa Garden Center, A Gathering Place for Tulsa, The Reynolds Center, The Lorton Center for the Performing Arts

Parks:  RiverParks, Woodward Park, A Gathering Place for Tulsa, Tracy Park

Libraries:  Brookside, Schusterman

Hospitals:  St. John Medical Center, Hillcrest Medical Center, Parkside Hospital

Being so close to downtown Tulsa makes midtown Tulsa the most convenient place to be. It’s a great place for folks who are looking for excitement with a cultural edge to call home. You’ll be front and center at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, our Convention Center, the BOK center and don’t forget the brand new baseball stadium for the Tulsa Drillers — the one the only ONEOK Field. There is just so much to do in Midtown Tulsa that you have to see for yourself. This makes this area a great place to move to. Every year, more and more real estate is becoming available for sale to meet the increasing demands.

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Debbie Solano, ALC, CRS – REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Select
3010 S. Harvard Avenue, Suite 200
Tulsa, OK  74114

Contact Number: 918-724-8201
Email address: dsolano@cbtulsa.com