When we talk about Midtown Tulsa, OK many people don’t realize that we are talking about much more than a community within Tulsa. Midtown Tulsa is a cultural community made up of historical neighborhoods, public parks, lots of retail stores and many restaurants.
You can walk most anywhere in Midtown Tulsa with no problem. It’s actually the best way to get around while enjoying the community itself. There are several public parks for families that include the Tulsa State Fairgrounds, Rose Hill Memorial Park, Veterans Park, Chandler Park, Creek Stickball Park, Stuart Park, River Parks, a few skate parks, dog parks and more.
If you relocate to Midtown Tulsa you can have an active lifestyle. You can walk or bicycle to work. The River Parks expansions are helping everyone get around much easier and in a ‘green-friendly’ way.
When it comes to Midtown Tulsa real estate, the community is proud of its historical homes and beautiful real estate. So, where is the community of Midtown Tulsa? Well Google maps shows that Midtown Tulsa encompasses a large area, including the east side of Downtown Tulsa following along I-244, down HWY 169, around and along I-44 and back up to Downtown Tulsa.
Midtown contains several businesses that support the community. There are many restaurants to choose from, several retail stores, pet stores, farmer’s markets and more. All within walking distance, you will have access to everything you need. And, if you are going all natural, Midtown Tulsa is the best place to find any organic food you can think of.