Tulsa's Modern Dwellings

Life has returned to downtown Tulsa in recent years.

The concrete canyons, once deserted after 5:00 pm not so long ago, are now a mecca for nightlife and loft-loving hipsters. Condos now occupy what was recently an empty lot. Vacant office space is giving way to luxury apartments. And no matter what style the building might be– residential living in Tulsa's central city is a thoroughly modern affair.

Anyone wishing to ogle these new residential developments will have their chance this Sunday. The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture is sponsoring an event called Dwell in the IDL on November 10, 2013 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The name is a nod to the Inner Dispersal Loop, a ring road circling downtown Tulsa.

Tickets are $20 each (and called passports). You can purchase them online in advance or at Dwelling Spaces at 119 S. Detroit until 3:00 pm on the day of the event. Seven properties will be featured (see map below) ranging from new construction to historical rehab.

For more information visit tulsaarchitecture.com.


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