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Envisioning North Tulsa’s Future Together

The Kirkpatrick Heights & Greenwood Master Plan is a 12-month community-led vision and redevelopment process that will provide strategies for the equitable and inclusive mixed-use of 56 acres of publicly owned land located just north of downtown Tulsa. The project is being facilitated by the City of Tulsa, PartnerTulsa, and Tulsa Development Authority (TDA) with design consultancy from Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT). An appointed committee of community leaders known as the Leadership Committee will have ongoing engagement with stakeholders and residents to determine sustainable use of infrastructure, land, parking and transportation.

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Kirkpatrick Heights & Greenwood Site Master Plan

With the potential to have a heavy economic impact on the Historic Greenwood community, the Kirkpatrick Heights & Greenwood Site Master Plan is integral to Tulsa’s future, celebrating the legacy of the Historic Black Wall Street and the spirit of African American entrepreneurship.

Project Overview

The planning process will focus on three distinct publicly-owned sites, totaling 56 acres of land in the Kirkpatrick Heights / Greenwood area of North Tulsa.
Phase 1
Project Organization
Phase 2
Active Stakeholder + Community Engagement
Phase 3
Existing Conditions, Analysis + Opportunities
Phase 4
Prepare Planning Document

The Stories That Inspire Us

September 20, 2022

PartnerTulsa Releases Inaugural Annual Report

City of Tulsa celebrates $275 million in new investments during organization’s first year. Today, PartnerTulsa released its inaugural annual report – a report that reflects the shared accomplishments the organization and the City of Tulsa…
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September 2, 2022

Tulsa Awarded $38.2 Million EDA Build Back Better Grant

Tulsa Coalition Plans to Create a World-Class Advanced Mobility Corridor, Creating Thousands of High-Paying Local Jobs The Biden Administration and the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) announced today that Tulsa is one of 21 recipients…
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June 17, 2022

New Initiative to Break Link Between Housing Instability and Incarceration

Tulsa has been selected as one of four communities/entities to participate in the launch of the Just Home Project, a national program launched by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Urban Institute…
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Contact Us

Demauri Myers
Neighborhood Revitalization Manager (918)-521-5292