The building would include one-bedroom and efficiency apartments, a limited-service hotel, restaurant and adult day care.
Arctic Salt will open Thursday and Earthbound Trading Company Friday.
The property is just north of a nursing home.
Buyer DRP Tulsa Hills Property Owner, LLC, is owned and managed by Direct Retail Partners of Dallas.
The Tulsa-based developer plans to start construction on the mixed-use project in the fourth quarter of this year.
The roughly 270,000-square-foot sortation facility will include 20,000 square feet of office space, documents show.
Its manufacturer, Whirlpool, has had a plant in the city since 1996.
The development, set to include retail and office space, apartments and a parking garage, could begin construction in late summer. From 2016: …
The facelift is the most extensive refurbishing for the Country Mart since it opened in 1997.
The roughly $7.5 million development will house 50 residential units and ground-floor restaurant and retail spaces.
Celebration activities will be Friday and Saturday.
The 3,500-square-foot center is expected to be completed in the third quarter.
The new phase will feature ground-floor retail-restaurant spaces and 24 residential units on top three floors.
The 13,500-square-foot facility at 501 S. Lewis Ave. is set to be completed in January.
The $170 million, mixed-income community project is the largest affordable housing endeavor undertaken by the city of Tulsa.
Twenty-four town homes ranging in price for buyers from $150,000 to $200,000 are expected to be built.
Targeted for development is Tulsa Development Authority-owned property known as the Morton site in the 600 block of East Pine Street.
The Learning Experience plans to locate in Bixby and Jenks.
He has more than 50 years of real estate experience.
The property is next to Tulsa Bone and Joint on 109th East Avenue.
The award is given out by Associated Builders and Contractors.
Area will combine manufacturing, housing and education.