Commercial Revitalization Revolving Loan Fund

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On the Road to Prosperity

In 2018, the City of Tulsa commissioned a study to assess the City’s commercial centers given the changing nature of retail and consumer behavior at the time. The findings of that study were the foundation of several programs that were created by the City of Tulsa and PartnerTulsa to encourage the development of neighborhood commercial centers, particularly those in key commercial corridors.

The Commercial Revitalization Revolving Loan Fund is a flexible loan program for small businesses and property developers looking to expand in key commercial corridors. The program is managed in partnership with the Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (TEDC).

  • Bus Rapid Transit Revolving Loan Fund
  • Transit Oriented Development Fee Reimbursement
Bus Rapid Transit Revolving Loan Fund
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Bus Rapid Transit Revolving Loan Fund

The Bus Rapid Transit Revolving Loan Fund is a flexible loan fund used to support the development of small and medium sized commercial businesses along key transit corridors throughout the City of Tulsa.

Transit Oriented Development Fee Reimbursement
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Transit Oriented Development Fee Reimbursement

The Fee Reimbursement program can be utilized by commercial development and small businesses to reimburse a portion of fees assessed by the City of Tulsa for property improvements.

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Impact Story

Oasis Fresh Market: Paving the Way Towards a Better Tulsa

North Tulsa’s food desert prompted the City to partner with the local community, non-profit organizations, and the local Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI). The neighborhood now has its own 16,425 sq. ft state-of-the-art grocery store on Peoria Avenue called Oasis Fresh Market.

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The Stories That Inspire Us

December 1, 2022

Kirkpatrick Heights – Greenwood Master Plan Update

  Over the last 12 months, the City of Tulsa, PartnerTulsa and an 11-member Leadership Committee have been involved in a community-led planning process to create a vision and framework for the redevelopment of 56-acres…
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December 1, 2022

Resources for Broken Real Estate

  Abandoned manufacturing plants. Boarded up commercial corridors. Empty office buildings. Cities and owners alike struggle with the burden of broken real estate, or brownfields. We bring real expertise – and free services – to…
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October 17, 2022

Final Public Review Sought for Final Draft of Kirkpatrick Heights-Greenwood Master Plan

Tulsa residents have one last opportunity to provide feedback on the Final Draft Plan of the Kirkpatrick Heights-Greenwood Master Plan.   Over the last 12 months, the City of Tulsa, PartnerTulsa and an 11-member Leadership…
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Contact Us

Spencer Mitchell
Director, Economic Incentives spencer@partnertulsa.org (918)-576-5561