Tulsa's Top Areas

Bixby | Broken Arrow | Catoosa | Claremore | Collinsville | Coweta | Glenpool | Jenks | Midtown | Owasso | Sand Springs | Sapulpa | Tulsa

Bixby

The city of Bixby is located in the south Tulsa area, below the Arkansas River. Bixby is a growing community known for its high-end housing. Only twenty miles from the heart of Tulsa, Bixby homeowners are just minutes away from employment opportunities, universities and excellent local schools.

Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is located about fifteen miles southeast of Tulsa. The city has grown tremendously in the past decade and is now the fourth largest city in Oklahoma. Currently, more than 98,000 people call Broken Arrow home.

Catoosa

The city of Catoosa, Oklahoma is located north of Broken Arrow and approximately fifteen miles east of Tulsa. With a population of more than 7,000 residents, Catoosa has started to grow quickly over the past few years. With easy access to good schools and employment, Catoosa homebuyers can enjoy a small-town environment with the perks of the nearby city.

Claremore

The city of Claremore, Oklahoma is located east of Owasso and approximately 30 miles northeast of Tulsa. Just minutes from I-44 and OK-66 makes transportation and commuting easy. Currently, about 18,700 people live in the city.

Collinsville

The city of Collinsville, Oklahoma is located north of Owasso and about twenty miles northeast of Tulsa. With easy access to US 75 and US 169, residents aren’t from things to do, places to shop and good schools.

Coweta

The city of Coweta, Oklahoma is located southeast of Broken Arrow, about twenty five miles from South Tulsa. Close to the Muskogee Turnpike, Coweta residents have access to work, entertainment and schools. 

Glenpool

Glenpool, Oklahoma is located between the cities of Sapulpa and Bixby. About ten miles from South Tulsa, Glenpool homeowners aren’t far from the big city’s entertainment. More than 10,500 people live in this community and enjoy Glenpool’s small-town atmosphere and multiple amenities.

Jenks

The city of Jenks, Oklahoma is located east of Sapulpa and about four miles west of South Tulsa. Bordered by the Arkansas River, Jenks is intersected by the Creek Turnpike and US 75. Currently, about 96,000 people live in Jenks. Known as the Antique Capital of Oklahoma, Jenks has plenty of entertainment options, good schools and conveniences for its residents.

Midtown

If you’re planning on moving to Tulsa, you’ll probably want to check out the neighborhoods in Midtown. You can find a variety of housing options here, where many of the homes were built in the early to mid-half of the twentieth century. Midtown residents have amazing access to jobs, schools, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.

Owasso

The city of Owasso, Oklahoma is located south of Collinsville and about fifteen miles northeast of Tulsa. With easy access to the Owasso Expressway and the Cherokee Expressway, residents aren’t far from fun things to do and job opportunities around the city.

Sand Springs

The city of Sand Springs, Oklahoma is conveniently located near Tulsa, about 7.6 miles west of the city. Intersected by the Arkansas River and the Sand Springs Expressway, this community is close to major transportation outlets like I-244 and I-44. Sand Springs has many attractions and amenities for its residents, making the city a choice place to live.

Sapulpa

Sapulpa, Oklahoma is located west of Jenks and Glenpool, approximately fifteen miles from downtown Tulsa. Close to I-44, Creek Turnpike and US-75, Sapulpa homebuyers can easily get to employment, entertainment and schools.

Tulsa

Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma, right after Oklahoma City. With more than 390,000 residents, Tulsa is an attractive place to live for a number of reasons. The city has many good schools, lots of things to do and many employment opportunities in telecommunications, healthcare, oil, and manufacturing, to name a few.

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