02.28.12

Tulsa Spa Supports Arts & Humanities Council with a Fundraiser

More Brady Arts District in the news! KJRH reports on Chrysalis Salon & Spa’s fundraiser for the Arts & Humanities Council:

TULSA – In Tulsa’s Brady District the Chrysalis Salon and Spa offered free hair and scalp analysis.

100% of the profits from Phyto Products sold this weekend benefited the Hardesty Art Center.

02.13.12

Commercial Activity Booming in the Brady Arts District

The Brady Arts District has been in the news quite a bit lately. We’re thrilled to share the latest report from News on 6:

TULSA, Oklahoma -

The revival of the Brady Arts District continues. Commercial activity is booming with the announcement of the Brady Hotel Center, the Hardesty Arts Center, Woody Guthrie Museum and more.

Sixty percent of the retail ground floor of the Brady Hotel Center is under negotiations for leasing contracts, according to Tulsa realtor Will Wilkins. Plans call for new restaurants, retail and entertainment venues.

02.05.12

Projects Take Over Downtown Parking Lots

Jason Grubbs reports on more development in the Brady Arts District for Channel 2 News:

TULSA, Okla. – Several construction projects are well underway in the Brady Arts District of Downtown Tulsa.

Established business owners welcome the growth, but say all that work is creating a parking problem.

“We opened up a year and four months ago,” Scott Moore said.

When he was looking to open the restaurant “Hey Mambo,” he wanted it to be right in the middle of Tulsa entertainment.

So he chose the Arts District.

12.31.11

'Arts Bar' a Popular Attraction in Tulsa's Brady District

See the Original Article on the NewOn6 Website as well as a video and photos that NewsOn6 produced.

TULSA, Oklahoma -The Brady District is booming. Something new seems to be going up on every available corner.

 

12.31.11

New Art Center to Hold Woody Guthrie Collection

See the original article on the KTUL Website.

There’s a mixture of historic and modern art under construction in downtown Tulsa. It’s happening in the Brady district–near the Boulder and Archer intersection.

Channel 8′s Kim Jackson says it’s bringing a historic collection to the city of Tulsa.

Driving around downtown Tulsa, you will see lots of construction. Even though it’s a work zone, those around the area know it’s a work of art.

07.05.11

Boulder Avenue Bridge to be Rebuilt

Friend of The Brady Arts District,

This is exciting news!  A news conference will be held on Wednesday, July 6, at 10 a.m. on the North side of the Boulder Avenue Bridge at Archer Street. Mayor Dewey Bartlett and representatives of downtown and the Brady Arts District will announce the rebuilding of the Boulder Avenue bridge.

Construction will begin in September.

02.04.10

THE BRADY ARTS DISTRICT LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

FEB 04, 2010 – Tulsa, Okla. – The Brady Arts District launched a new website today to educate the public about one of Tulsa’s famous historical districts. Located between the Interdispersal Loop and the Santa Fe Railway in Downtown Tulsa, the Brady Arts District is a culturally diverse area with a rich past in the entertainment industry.

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