Midtown Tulsa Real Estate – the “hub” of Tulsa
The popularity of midtown Tulsa real estate is ever-growing and this Tulsa REALTOR believes it’s the smartest real estate investment you can make. I receive a lot of internet inquiries from folks relocating to Tulsa and they often ask “what IS so special about midtown Tulsa real estate?”
Here’s an interesting inquiry I received last week from a gentleman relocating to Tulsa from Los Angeles:
“My preference would be an area that is a little more urban, but yet still accessible to bike trails and parks. I prefer more mature neighborhoods where the trees and landscaping are really fully grown (no newer subdivisions). I want to be where I don’t have to drive far to get to the grocery store or grab a cup of coffee or get a drink. Older houses or townhouses with more character suit me. Would like to be close to libraries, museums and fun stuff – close to independent, locally-owned businesses and restaurants as opposed to big chains stores and restaurants. I like hills. I hate commuting, and I will most likely be working downtown. Prefer brick. From what I’ve been able to tell from a bit of internet searching and checking out homes on your website, I’m currently thinking that the Midtown Tulsa area would probably coincide the most with the ideal place I’d be looking for.”
“What you’ve described as far as your ideal area of town – close to parks, mature trees, locally-owned businesses and restaurants – IS midtown Tulsa. Midtown has the highest “walk-ability” score of all of Tulsa. We have the most parks and of course, we have the RiverParks (walking and cycling trails). We take great pride in supporting our locally-owned restaurants and businesses in midtown. There is a plethora of casual or fine dining in midtown on Cherry Street, Brookside or Utica Square. Midtown is just south of downtown Tulsa, which is going through a major revitalization. In midtown, you’ll find the most farmers’ markets, art galleries and museums. Yes, midtown Tulsa is where you’ll want to be.”
In midtown Tulsa, we support the Bluedome Arts district, the downtown pop-up shops, the ballet, the symphony, the many farmers’ markets and local restaurants that offer organic and vegetarian options.
Midtown Tulsa is as much about a lifestyle and an attitude as it is about our beloved vintage homes. If you are relocating to Tulsa, let me give you a tour of midtown Tulsa and set up a search for you of midtown Tulsa real estate.
Midtown Tulsa – it’s the little corner of Tulsa where you’ll want to live!