From refurbished downtown lofts to elegant neighborhoods built during the city's oil heydey to spacious suburban living, the Tulsa metro area offers housing that suits a variety of tastes and needs.
Like many communities around the country, Tulsa is experiencing a renaissance in the older sections of town. Homebuyers will also find the appeal of single-family neighborhoods and tree-lined suburbs in and around Tulsa.
Growing interest for mixed-use urban developments is popular in Tulsa as well. Baby boomers and empty nesters alike are finding the appeal of loft apartments and townhouses that are reclaiming select areas in downtown. With downtown development in full swing and the anticipated revival brought forth by the new BOK Center arena, the downtown community is scheduled to be one of Tulsa’s best assets. Neighborhoods located in North, South, East and West Tulsa provide a variety of median priced homes with diverse appeal.
Outlying communities continue to beckon homebuyers looking for extra space and the serenity of country living. Along with easy access to shopping, health care and area attractions, communities along the urban perimeter boast the quickest one-way commutes. Some outlying communities include:
Ranked as the largest metro region with the second shortest commute zone in the nation, the average commute time is approximately 20 minutes. This allows residents to drive to work and return home much faster than their counterparts in Dallas, Oklahoma City, Houston and Denver. Convenient and attractive, these communities enable Tulsans to enjoy the amenities of urban living and the lifestyle of a small town.
No matter what part of our region you call home, expect an array of choices and a quality of life that only gets better. To request a relocation packet, call 918.585.1201or download an online version.
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