Working in Neighborhood s Revitalizing The 36th St N Corridor: Boosting Economic Opportunity and Commercial Development in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The 36th St N corridor in Tulsa, Oklahoma has seen a significant increase in economic opportunity and commercial development since April 17, 2023. This area has been revitalized with new businesses, renovated buildings, and increased access to resources that have helped residents and entrepreneurs to establish or grow their businesses.

One of the most notable developments in the area is the opening of a new co-working space that provides affordable office space for entrepreneurs and startups. This has attracted a diverse group of entrepreneurs from different industries, leading to the establishment of new businesses and the creation of job opportunities.

Additionally, several dilapidated buildings along the corridor have been renovated, providing more commercial space for businesses to operate. The renovation of these buildings has not only enhanced the visual appeal of the area but has also increased the property value, which has encouraged more investment in the area.

Another crucial factor that has contributed to the economic growth of the 36th St N corridor is increased access to resources. Through partnerships with local organizations, residents and entrepreneurs have been able to access funding, mentorship, and business training programs that have helped them to start and grow their ventures.

The 36th St N corridor, Phoenix District, is undergoing a significant transformation. This historical area is attracting investment and creating new economic opportunities for residents and entrepreneurs.

With the help of Vibrant Neighborhood Partnership, Phoenix District Action Plan, has become a hub for entrepreneurship and innovation, and with ongoing support from the community and local organizations, it is poised to continue its upward trajectory for years to come.


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