It will host educational sessions for businesses in all stages of business growth and house small businesses and offices of the Bixby Metro Ch…
City commercial building permits are listed by owner, tenant or building name. This weekly update lists new commercial construction, expansion…
Shakiba Capital's third acquisition in Tulsa is Echo Trail Apartments, 6326 S. 107th East Ave., in the Union Public Schools district.
They are the third and fourth locations for the Tulsa company, founded by Mike Fine in 1983.
A pair of Black Gold Group projects in the area total close to $10 million.
Formerly Loops, Knit Stars will occupy a third-floor, roughly a 6,200-square-foot space that includes a wine and gourmet coffee bar.
Lyseon North America Inc. will be leasing 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space, according to the Tulsa Authority for Economic Development.
Georgia-based Aero Nonwovens, LLC, which makes baby wipes and sanitary wipes, could be building a 175,000-square-foot plant at the port.
It will be located 2711 S. Harvard Ave.
The family-owned Hop the Griffin will be located at 7143 S. Yale Ave. in the Lighthouse Shopping Center.
Casino Cash Trac has broken ground on roughly a $1.7 million, 6,500-square-foot expansion.
The long-anticipated Annex project will stand across the street from where the city's most luxurious hotel once struggled to get off the ground.
The six-story tower is located near 81st Street and Union Avenue in west Tulsa, just west of U.S. 75. Unit Corp. will remain a significant ten…
The membership-only warehouse is planning a second Tulsa facility at northeast corner of 46th Street North and U.S. 169.
The Stradford21 Hotel will be the first private development to take advantage of the newly formed 36th Street North TIF.
A $6.5 million refurbishing has included three floors in Bank of America Center, the fifth tallest building in Tulsa and the ninth tallest in …
City commercial building permits have again become available after being suspended following a ransomware attack on city computers.
Kelvion, a maker of heat exchangers, expects to add about 160 jobs by 2024.
Run by George Collins, it will be at 928 N. York St., Suite 30.
In first year of new lease, the bus company exceeded its upgrade obligations by about $500,000.
Aristocrat Gaming will lease 137,500 square feet in a Miller Investments & Properties-owned building at 15336 E. Admiral Place.
The local group 7315 Investments, LLC, is backing the project.