The City Vibe
Cities are hubs of culture and their downtown areas often exhibit a unique impression that appeals to people who value experiences more than personal space or sometimes even more than privacy. The city of Tulsa has made great strides in creating a more walkable urban core.
With convenient access to mass transit, smartphone-hailed ride-sharing services, bike and scooter-friendly streets and the ability to walk to coffee shops, concerts, restaurants and shopping, vehicles for Central Park residents can be an option, not a necessity.
Central Park Residences has attracted a community diverse in age, interest, lifestyles and economic status. From millennials who tend to value opportunities for social engagement to retirees who want to be free of exterior maintenance, Central Park appeals to a wide range of residents seeking a live, work and play lifestyle. With programming from dozens of nearby performance venues there is always something to see or do in downtown Tulsa, and much of it is free.
There are parks, museums, libraries, myriad of restaurants, and growing retail opportunities all within a 10 to 20-minute walk from Central Park. It’s an even a shorter distance to the BOK Center for games or concerts, or across the street to the Cellar Dweller, downtown Tulsa’s iconic neighborhood bar. And it is just a few blocks down Denver Avenue to access Tulsa’s River Parks trail system and bike paths or the Gathering Place.