Tulsa is the second-largest city in Oklahoma with just over 400,000 residents inside city limits. Often ranked as one of the best places to live in the state, Tulsa offers a close-knit community feel alongside city amenities that appeal to residents of all ages and backgrounds.
Once known as the Oil Capital of the World, Tulsa OK grew from a small town on the banks of the Arkansas River to a major player in the American oil industry—which helped establish economic growth. Route 66 was also conceptualized by a Tulsa businessman, leading to further development of the city after becoming a popular stop for travelers along the iconic highway.
Early in the 21st century, Tulsa city officials and residents committed to revitalizing the infrastructure of the city. This commitment is what sparked the influx of entertainment options, job opportunities and other attractions to better the lives of existing residents and draw in new ones.
The biggest perk of city living is the abundance of things to do with friends and family. Listen to your favorite musicians at the BOK Center and historic Cain’s Ballroom, or simply enjoy live performances from up-and-coming artists at small or outdoor venues like the Guthrie Green. Speaking of the outdoors, residents can stay active on miles of trails for biking, walking and running, explore dozens of well-kept city parks or catch a game at OneOK Field. Tulsa OK is also home to the Gathering Place, listed as the #1 thing to do in town by TripAdvisor. This one-of-a-kind attraction offers playgrounds, gardens, trails, restaurants, a splash bad and more. Residents and visitors alike can also learn to appreciate paintings, sculptures, photography and more at the Philbrook Museum of Art.
With all that Tulsa OK has to offer, it’s no wonder Oklahoma’s Favorite Builder has selected it as their newest location to build new, Proudly Overbuilt homes for Oklahoma residents.