Townhome development called Black Wall Street Square targeted for Dunbar neighborhood
4 Apr 2021
Plans are underway for roughly a $4.7 million townhome project called Black Wall Street Square in Tulsa.
At a virtual meeting Thursday, the Tulsa Development Authority voted to negotiate a redevelopment agreement with the Tulsa developers of the project: McGee Enterprises Inc. and Boomtown Development Co., an affiliate of Green Country Habitat for Humanity.
Twenty-four town homes ranging in price for buyers from $150,000 to $200,000 are expected to be built. The McGee-Boomtown plan was chosen from six TDA requests for proposal to design single-family housing on TDA-owned land at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between North Cincinnati Place and East Reading Street.
“I think it is exciting,” TDA’s Casey Stowe said. “I think it is something that is different. I think it is going to be positively transformative for the neighborhood.”