Houses in Tulsa: History – Past and Present...
Some houses in Tulsa (or "Tallasi" as the Lochapoka and Creek tribes originally called the area in 1836) are centenarian in nature because of a tremendous population boom about 100 years ago thanks to the oil rush in Tulsa. Although the area focused heavily on the energy industry in the last century, it’s been moving into other areas of growth like tourism and manufacturing in recent years.
An innovate spirit seems to always be a part of the area though. For example, it was Tulsa businessman Cyrus Avery’s idea to create the famed Route 66, stretching from Chicago to California. His dream earned the city the nickname the "Birthplace of Route 66”. Recently, "Vision 2025" -- a program designed to enhance and revitalize Tulsa's tourism industry, includes the construction of the BOK Center, a multi-purpose arena designed by famed architect Cesar Pelli. As you can see, when you decide to buy houses in Tulsa, you’ll never be too far from something old or something new.
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Are you looking for houses in Tulsa? When it comes to real estate agents Tulsa has a number to choose. Here at Davenport Company you’ll find a team that’s dedicated to showing you houses in Tulsa that match your unique requirements. Spend a few moments and let us know what you’re looking for. We’ll go to work to find houses in Tulsa that fit your style, so contact us today.Sort By: MLS# Price City Subdivision Beds Baths Limit: 10 | 20 | 30 Per Page
Sally Dierker of Prudential/Detrick Realty
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Christa Simmons of Chinowth & Cohen, REALTORS
Elizabeth Craddock of Coldwell Banker Select
Gayle Roberts-Pisklo of Chinowth & Cohen, REALTORS
Debbie Norman-Davis of Jacob and Associates Realty
Barbara Winder of Walter & Associates, Inc.