Furnished Corporate Housing in Tulsa, OK
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Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma after Oklahoma City and is located northeast of OKC, south of the Osage Reservation and northwest of Fort Smith. Also known as the ‘Oil Capital of the World’, no prizes for guessing why this city was settled and grew so much, so quickly.
The oil boom may be gone but its legacy remains. Downtown is full of historical buildings and there is still a lot of energy presence still here. The city has also diversified into manufacturing, services and smaller businesses. In fact, small to medium sized enterprises make up a huge part of the local economy. More so than other cities of this size.
Corporate housing in Tulsa is mainly apartments in purpose-built developments spread around the nicer areas of town. All provide a high standard of living for very competitive and fully inclusive prices.
Employment in Tulsa
Energy may not be the dominant for it once was but it still has a significant impact on the local economy. Some of the largest employers are in the energy industry which also supports a good number of those smaller businesses. The economy has diversified a lot which has helped the city survive and grow despite wider economic difficulties.
Major employers in Tulsa include ONEOK, Williams Companies, Dollar-Thrifty Automotive Group, Semgroup, QuikTrip, Vanguard Automotive Group, Red Man Pipe and Supply, AAON, Bama Pie, BOK Financial Corporation, Bluefin Payment Systems, Casillas Petroleum, Crane Carrier Corporation, ENGlobal Corporation, Enovation Controls, Explorer Pipeline, Facet International, FlightSafety International, Rubbean Construction Company, GasTech Engineering Corporation, Helmerich & Payne, Inc., Hilti USA, John Zink Co., Kenco Engineering, Lowrance Electronics, Lufthansa Technik Tulsa, Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P., Manhattan Construction Company, Matrix Services, Mazzio’s, McElroy Manufacturing, Inc., Nordam Group, Plymouth Pharmaceuticals, Public Service Company of Oklahoma and RibCrib.
Medical centers in Tulsa include Saint Francis Health, Oklahoma State University Medical Center, Access Medical Centers – Urgent Care, Family & Community Medicine/Bedlam Clinic, Oklahoma State University Medical Center -Tulsa Wound Care Clinic and OSU Healthcare Center.
Getting around Tulsa
Getting into and out of Tulsa is a breeze. With access to Tulsa International Airport (TUL), that serves many domestic carriers and three smaller airports, Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport (RVS), Okmulgee Regional Airport (OKM) and William R. Pogue Municipal Airport (KOWP), air travel is well catered for.
Rail is lacking though. There is no intercity rail service and no light rail commuter service.
Buses are handled by Greyhound at the Greyhound Tulsa Stop. Local buses by Tulsa Transit that handle local transit.
Road travel is where it’s at in Tulsa. Major routes in the city include US-75, I-44, US-412, The “Muskogee Turnpike and Route 66. Smaller routes handle commuter traffic.
Tulsa is also bicycle friendly and has an extensive cycle route system.
Living in Tulsa
Tulsa is renowned for its arts and culture scene and has two of the most famous museums in the country, the Philbrook Museum of Art and the Gilcrease Museum of Art. There is also lots of other things to see and do if the arts are not your thing.
Neighborhoods in Tulsa include Blue Dome District, East Village, Oil Capital Historic District, Uptown, Buena Vista Park Historic District, The Pearl District, Riverview Historic District, Arkansas River Parks, Cherry Street, Maple Ridge & Sunset Terrace, Brookside, Lortondale, Ranch Acres, Patrick Henry, Highland and Whiteside Park Area, Kendall-Whittier, Swan Lake Historic District, Terwilleger Heights, Renaissance, Florence Park & Florence Park South, White City, Black Wall Street The Greenwood Historical District, Brady Arts District, Brady Heights Historic District, North Cheyenne Historic District, Owen Park, Gilcrease Museum, Phoenix District, Southeast Tulsa and Southern Hills.
Things to see and do in Tulsa include Creek Council Oak Tree, Gilcrease Museum, Greenwood Cultural Center, The Ida Dennie Willis Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Penguins on Parade, The Philbrook Museum of Art, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa Air and Space Museum, Tulsa Botanical Garden, Big Splash Water Park, BOK Center, The Center of the Universe, River Spirit Casino Resort, Oxley Nature Center and Tulsa Zoo.
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