Visitors flock to downtown Tulsa because it stirs up memories of the hustle and bustle brought about during the great oil boom days in Tulsa. Known around the country for its rich art deco architecture, downtown Tulsa is home to many historical buildings, such as the Boston Avenue Methodist Church, Atlas Life Building, Philtower Building, Mayo Hotel, Cain’s Ballroom and Ambassador Hotel.
Embracing historic preservation has been the focus of Tulsa’s downtown revitalization, and while trendy and contemporary lofts, apartments and condos are becoming available in our treasured monuments, the deep and rich history remains perfectly preserved. Also home to the new Tulsa Driller’s baseball park, Tulsa Convention Center, Performing Arts Center and the BOK Center, downtown Tulsa is the place to go for ballet, symphony, rock concerts, shopping and outdoor ice skating.
Tours are available on our trolleys of yesteryear, courtesy of the Tulsa Historical Society, and visitors are always pleased to visit the underground tunnel system in downtown Tulsa.
The residences in downtown Tulsa are quickly selling to many who work or play downtown who wish to omit their commute – plus, they enjoy being so close to Tulsa’s RiverParks’ walking and cycling trails. Downtown Tulsa offers an exquisite and catered lifestyle for residents and visitors alike.