What are the best places to live in Tulsa?

I was lucky enough to become one of the winners of the Tulsa Remote program which pays me $10,000 to relocate to Tulsa. That $10,000 is just what I need for a down payment on a home. What are some of the best places to live in Tulsa?

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Answer provided by
Eric Schad
Answered on Jun 10, 2022
Congratulations on getting the Tulsa Remote program! It’s highly selective, but it allows you to stay remote while living in a highly affordable city. Plus, Tulsa has more to offer new residents than meets the eye, no matter where you decide to reside. Here are some of the best places to live in Tulsa:
  • The Pearl: The Pearl Neighborhood of Tulsa combines mixed-use development to help Tulsans live, work, and play all within a self-contained neighborhood. Packed with revamped old buildings and new construction, the area also has plenty of trendy bars and restaurants, as well as numerous craft breweries.
  • Downtown: If you want to be in the thick of it all, few other places beat downtown Tulsa. With pro sports, music venues, stadiums, festivals, and more, downtown Tulsa is the most vibrant area of the city.
  • Riverview: With dozens of 100-year-old homes and a mix of apartments and condos, Riverview has an eclectic mix of people, too. Families, young professionals, and even recent college graduates all live in this historic district. If you want to live in a quiet area that’s close to everything, this is the spot.
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