Programs & Resources for Commercial Developers

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Access Resources

Our team works with Tulsa businesses and stakeholders to identify needs and determine eligibility for our financing programs and those of our partners. PartnerTulsa administers a number of programs to assist property developers and business owners expand their business and invest within the Tulsa community.

  • What We Offer
  • Tax Abatement and TIF
  • Commercial Revitalization Revolving Loan Fund
  • Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund
What We Offer
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PartnerTulsa offers:
  • A flexible grant program to assist in the development of public infrastructure for job creation projects.
  • Tax abatements for medium sized community development projects in key areas of the City.
  • Flexible loan funds for multifamily redevelopment projects within the Inner Dispersal Loop.
  • Development Assistance (TIF) for redevelopment projects within TIF Districts.
  • Dedicated and experienced staff to help you navigate the process,
Tax Abatement and TIF
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Tax Abatement and TIF

Tax abatements offer relief from ad valorem taxes on improvements for certain projects and can particularly impact community oriented projects.

Commercial Revitalization Revolving Loan Fund
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Commercial Revitalization Revolving Loan Fund

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

Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund
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Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund

The Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund is a flexible low-interest loan fund used to support the redevelopment of buildings or parcels where environmental issues present a barrier to redevelopment. Environmental Assessment and Investigation services are also available for free for redevelopment projects through PartnerTulsa. Loans of up to $1M have been previously made for redevelopment through this fund.

The Stories That Inspire Us

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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April 29, 2022

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…
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April 25, 2022

Be Well Community Corporation Receives $513,000 Grant to Launch Homebuyer Program for North Tulsans

Be Well Community Corporation has been awarded $513,000 from the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund to launch the North Tulsa Forward Program. The program will offer free, virtual financial literacy and home-buying educational courses, as…
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Spencer Mitchell
Director, Economic Incentives