Young single professional moving to Tulsa, where should I look?

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Cherry Street, aka E. 15th St. from Peoria to Harvard, is favored by young, single professionals. Brookside, or Peoria from 31st to 51st. There are apartments all over town worth looking. Harvard and Yale from 31st headed south, Memorial and Sheridan south of 51st are all nicer neighborhoods. Surprisingly, many young professionals are moving back to downtown, which has undergone a housing boom over the last ten years. I wouldn't recommend the brownstones at 6th & Peoria, though, for many reasons. They look nice, but it's right across from a light industrial area.
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BarbaraWarner
BarbaraWarner What about So Mingo Rd?
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adviceontulsa
adviceontulsa Hi Barbara--south of 71st, yes. If you can afford it. There's a decent section between 24th & 31st, but Mingo turns industrial and the housing declines from 41st to 61st. How suburban do you want to go? The Union and Broken Arrow school districts are very suburbsy and can get fairly upscale, but you're moving away from the city center. It's a matter of personal preference.
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rachelf4
rachelf4 Do you have any suggestions on specific apartments or apartment locator services I can call who can assist me with apartments in those areas? I am moving to Tulsa with a new job and fresh out of college so I am unfamiliar with those areas.
Jan 14, 2018
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