Tulsa, Oklahoma

Green Country

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Arts District

Young Professionals

Downtown is where all the youngsters are living and the Arts District is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the area. Filled with museums, bars and restaurants it’s the perfect neighborhood for those who like the museum-lifestyle or those who simply want close access to great nightlife. Pearl District is another great option for young professionals. Way more artsy than refined (like the Arts District) the Pearl District is blowing up with galleries, breweries and a close walk from Downtown and the East Village neighborhood.

  • Arts District
  • Pearl District
  • Deco District
  • Greenwood

Cherry Street


Cherry Street is a really cool neighborhood that is east of downtown with a quieter but still fun commercial district. Great restaurants, Irish pub, boutique coffee joints and in fact the highest number of locally owned businesses in town - nationals chains are not welcome here! The homes are beautiful old classics and perfect for the discerning couple or single looking for a more chill lifestyle.

  • Cherry Street
  • Brookside
  • Kendall Whittier

Brady Heights


Brady Heights is the largest gay district in Tulsa. Located just north of downtown it has a sizable commercial district with tons of restaurants, shops, bars and clubs. Brady Heights is one of the beautiful historic districts of Tulsa and the homes are classic Georgian, Victorian Queen Anne and Craftsman styles. Another option to look at in the midtown area of Tulsa is Florence Park. Filled with older albeit smaller homes and an active social scene, the area is more affordable than Brady Heights for those looking for a more affordable option.

  • Brady Heights
  • Florence Park

Turner Park


For younger families buying their first homes, Turner Park is a great option. Just under 6 miles from downtown for those who still want quick access to the city, it is filled with single-story, post-war homes priced for first time buyers. Turner Park also has a beautiful outdoor space called, not so surprisingly, Turner Park. Acres of greenery for the kids and the whole family (including Fido) to run and play. Riverview Historic District is another really compelling place for families to put on their shortlist. 100+ year old homes at reasonable prices is the first thing that attracts families. Another plus is how heavily the neighborhood stresses education, after all it is named after the old Riverview Elementary School.

  • Turner Park
  • Riverview Historic District
  • Owasso
  • Broken Arrow
  • Sand Springs