Tulsa's famous Art Deco architecture, fine museums, wonderful art collections, trendy dining and shopping venues along with our great local music scene were recently featured in the New York Times.
The article spins a litte Tulsa history and showcases our incredible downtown buildings and churches. It mentions the newest housing and the fabulous Juniper fine dining restaurant in the Blue Dome District. The chic and esoteric shops and dining venues of Cherry Street, and two of our most famous music venues, the legendary Cain's Ballroom and the historic Brady
The Gilcrease Museum and Philbrook Musuem of Art are also touted as great venues for fine art and beautiful settings. You can read the complete article by clicking on the link below.
So I ask you this. Why wouldn't one want to live in Tulsa? There's always something to do, a place to dine, wonderful local music as well as seasoned performers and fun events throughout the year.
And where to live in Tulsa? Thoughout Tulsa are wonderful neighborhoods from historic to new construction homes. Call me to find the home that suits your lifestyle and budget and start living on Tulsa Time!