Tulsa neighborhoods and subdivisions offer a diverse mix of old style home and more modern condominiums, ranches, and of course on the outskirts of Tulsa a variety of ranches and farms.
When choosing which neighborhood and subdivision you wish to call home, you need to know a bit about the various communities throughout Tulsa.
Communities throughout Tulsa include:
Broken Arrow is just outside Tulsa proper. This community has been considered Tulsa’s biggest bedroom community. This area offers apartments, new housing and of course retail outlets. At the time of this writing, Broken Arrow has a little over 75,000 residents.
Brookside the popular place to be for great nightlife. It is considered the dining, entertainment and shopping area. This neighborhood spans an area from the Arkansas River to Peoria. This is an older area of Tulsa that is home to 35 restaurants and various nightclubs.
Cherry Street is a historic area with many homes built during the 20’s and 30’s. For those wishing a fast commute with a historic feel this is the place. Along with beautiful period housing, this community is also known for antique shops and delectable cuisine.
East Tulsa is home to many small neighborhoods, which is considered to have a suburban feel within the Tulsa city limits. The homes in this area range from affordable to luxury.
Greenwood can be found in northern Tulsa. This area of Tulsa is traditional known as the African-American community. Here you will find attractions such as the Mohawk Park and Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. This neighborhood offers a fast commute to downtown Tulsa, the zoo, and the airport.
Holiday Hills is in southern Tulsa and brings residents close to shopping and a variety of public parks.
Hoover can be found between 21st and 31st from Sheridan to Yale. This is another historic area where the homes date back to the 50’s and 60’s.
Kendall-Whittier may be known more for being Tulsa’s oldest suburban shopping area and it’s Circle Cinema; however, it is surrounded by some beautiful neighborhoods. These residents love the proximity to all the shopping.
Maple Ridge is considered by many to be the historic district. This community is located south of downtown Tulsa in Midtown. This area is home to the 1920’s oil baron mansions along with many wonderful architectural designs of the period.
Midtown is the center of Tulsa, but it is more of a residential area than it is offices. Some of the homes were built as early as the 1900’s. The neighborhood is popular for is historic architecture, parks, schools, and parks.
Southern Hills is located in south Tulsa. This neighborhood’s center is the Southern Hills Country Club and is home to many beautiful upscale housing opportunities. Along with the beautiful homes, you will also find several large ranches built throughout the course during the oil boom days. Southern Hills community is also home to the Oral Roberts University.
Terwilleger Heights is locates somewhat west and south of Utica Square. Here you will find cozy smaller homes along with majestic large homes many built in the 1930’s.
Uptown is a bit south of the downtown area. Here is where you will find the famous Hotel Ambassador along with many mansions built by oil barons. You can also find unique restaurants.
Utica Square was first born during the early 1900’s during the oil boom. Some of the most popular shopping experiences include Saks Fifth Avenue and Restoration Hardware.
West Tulsa is often associated with its history in oil. A matter of fact, two oil refineries are still in operation on the west banks of the river. Homes are scattered through the hilly and wooded area. Close by is the Riverwalk, shopping, and the riverfront amphitheater.
Woodland Hills is located in the southeastern corner of Tulsa. It is home to the largest mall in all of Oklahoma along with a great neighborhood.
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