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« Reply #180 on: November 26, 2018, 07:06:12 pm »

A “now leasing” sign at the corner of 2nd and Elgin popped up a few weeks ago showing the picture of an office building.  Not sure if that means anything with respect to which phase/location will come next.

If ~200 apartments a year are flooding the downtown housing market, then we are not growing anywhere nearly as fast as we need to be.


True, sad thing is I don't think Tulsa is growing at all. If downtown is that means that likely there are more empty houses somewhere else in the city. 
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« Reply #181 on: November 26, 2018, 07:40:47 pm »

If ~200 apartments a year are flooding the downtown housing market, then we are not growing anywhere nearly as fast as we need to be.

200 is the rough number of new apartments coming online in the old buildings downtown, excluding new construction projects with parking and amenities like pools and fitness centers.  I don’t know the exact number but this includes projects like the Adams Building, Reunion Center, etc it may be larger than that. The View and the Annex combined will have over 500 units and compete with the Cosmopolitan which will have another 260 units coming online next year in addition to the 62 units that just opened up in the Flats on Archer.

EDIT: it’s 270 units under construction or proposed in existing buildings.  Adams (65), Reunion (80), Hartford (55) and 111 W 5th (70).
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« Reply #182 on: November 27, 2018, 09:50:29 am »

True, sad thing is I don't think Tulsa is growing at all. If downtown is that means that likely there are more empty houses somewhere else in the city. 

I meet people all the time that have moved to downtown or downtown adjacent from Bixby or Owasso.
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