Kendall-Whittier continues its resurgence as new businesses are drawn to the neighborhood. But the area has a rich history stretching back to the early days of Tulsa.
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Since January 2013, 26 new businesses have opened in the Kendall Whittier service area, representing 198 jobs and $16.2 million in private investment.
Jim Stephens, co-owner of Red Brick Capital Management with Teresa Knox, used a $2 million redevelopment to rejuvenate the 13,000-square-foot property.
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