The Tracy Park Historic District includes homes built in the early 1920s, largely for Tulsa’s oil-related business men and middle class. This small neighborhood, now in a revitalization stage is blocks from downtown Tulsa and the ever popular Cherry Street in midtown Tulsa.
Its boundaries to the north are 11th Street; east Peoria and south/west boundaries are the IDL (Inner Dispersal Loop).
Tracy Park is on the National Register of Historic Places and becoming a popular place to live. Although a small neighborhood, it includes a large park with lighted tennis courts, benches and a large playground area with a spray pool. There is also a beautiful bike path that runs through the neighborhood.
As in most midtown Tulsa neighborhoods, the architecture is mixed, with Tracy Park boasting Colonial Revival, Spanish stucco and English Tudor Revival style homes.
Currently there is one 2,200 square foot home listed for sale for $245,000. Sales this year in the neighborhood include one home which sold for $175,000 and one for $197,500. (Data excludes bank-owned properties.)
The area contains two buildings listed on the Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory. One of these, the “French Cottage,” now has a commercial use, as do nearly all of the original residences on the west side of Peoria. The other Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory building is the Art Deco residence of Adah Robinson, designed by Robinson and her student, Bruce Goff. Source: Tulsa Preservation Commission.
Tracy Park in midtown Tulsa: Neighborhood Amenities and Market Snapshot September 5, 2010
Tracy Park is a great little corner of midtown Tulsa with mature trees, welcoming sidewalks and easy access to restaurants, entertainment, parks, the River parks and downtown Tulsa. If you are interested in owning a home in Tracy Parks, please call me for a tour – I live just minutes away!