NAIOP 2018

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Market Overviews Tulsa • National

Industry Overviews Office • Retail • Industrial • Multifamily

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table of contents MAP ZONES ............................. 33 OFFICE Listings....................................... 34

RETAIL Listings....................................... 54

INDUSTRIAL Listings....................................... 68

CLEAR SKIES AHEAD................................................... 6 By Robert Evatt National

FEEL GOOD SEASON. . ............................................... 12

By Steve Hill

New in Tulsa: Gathering Place

TULSA’S SHOWPLACE................................................ 18 By Connie Cronley and TulsaPeople Staff Office

MODERATE PROGRESS.............................................. 26 By Matt Reese, CCIM Retail

HIGH TIMES FOR 2019?............................................. 48 By Steve Walman

GENERAL

Industrial

2018 NAIOP Events................... 24

By Shawna Hale, CCIM

NAIOP Oklahoma Members...... 46

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Tulsa

SOLID GROUND........................................................ 64

2017 Deals of the Year.............. 63

Multifamily

Advertiser Index........................ 75

By Robert Leikam

SUPPLY AND DEMAND.............................................. 76


2018 NAIOP OKLAHOMA BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS RICK GUILD President The Guild Co. BILL BEICHLER Vice President McGraw Commercial Properties ALEX LEIKAM Treasurer Bank of Oklahoma DANNY OVERTON Secretary DRLE Inc. DEREK BATEMAN Magazine Chair Trinity Corporate Real Estate Advisors PAST PRESIDENTS Gene Phillips, Wallace Engineering Carl Vincent, Ruffin Properties Scott Morgan, Coury Properties Steve Ganzkow, American Residential Jason Kennon, Case and Associates Nick Probst, Corporate Realty Advisors DIRECTORS Derek Bateman, Trinty Commercial Properties Susan Buck, Flintco LLC Chris Bumgarner, Bumgarner Asset Management Crystal Keller, Crystal Keller Consulting Bobby Pielsticker, CBRE FOR MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION: DEBRA WIMPEE, CHAPTER EXECUTIVE 918-850-3654 DEBRA@NAIOPTULSA.COM NAIOPOKLAHOMA.COM

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from the president

Welcome to Tulsa Trends 2018. Thank you for reading our 29th annual Tulsa Commercial Properties magazine. As with each of the previous editions, we believe this publication offers the reader the most insightful and valuable information available regarding the Tulsa commercial real estate market. I have been fortunate to be involved in NAIOP for more than 25 years, either as President (1991, 1992, 2017 and 2018) or on the Board. The past two years have been especially rewarding as I have been asked to serve on the National NAIOP Board of Directors for 2017 and 2018. Please let me know of any important national issues you would like for me to address for you at these meetings. We recently celebrated National NAIOP’s 50th Anniversary at its national offices in Washington, D.C. I also am proud to announce that we have a record number of local members (115) and are targeting an increase to 125 members in 2019. We changed our Tulsa Trends location to Southern Hills Country Club last year. This year our cocktail reception at Southern Hills, immediately following Trends, has been modified to be a much nicer event. Please stay to attend, and let me know how you like this location and reception, so we can improve it for next year. We will have our fourth annual NAIOP black-tie Awards Gala at the historic Mayo Hotel on April 25, 2019. We expect more than 200 attendees. Please make your reservations today, since we sold out last year, and we cannot add any additional capacity to the Mayo Hotel’s largest ballroom. Tulsa’s future looks bright and this chapter of NAIOP will continue to provide a significant amount of added-value to its members. In case you have missed any of our monthly NAIOP breakfasts at Southern Hills, our speakers have been: Mark VanLoh, President and CEO of the Tulsa Airports Authority. VanLoh oversees Tulsa International Airport, Riverside Airport and other airports in the surrounding area. Kevin Stitt, CEO and President of Gateway Mortgage and developer of the Gateway campus in Jenks. Stitt has grown Gateway into a nationwide mortgage company that today employs 1,200 people, has 164 field offices in 41 states, and holds a loan servicing portfolio of more than $16 billion. Stitt is campaigning for governor in 2018. Doug DeJarnette, Director of Commercial and Private Banking at Valley National Bank. DeJarnette spoke to NAIOP about the new 101,000-square-foot Valley National Bank building currently under construction just west of ONEOK Field in downtown Tulsa. Kathy Taylor, former Tulsa Mayor and Co-Founder of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Taylor was the Chief of Economic Development for the City of Tulsa when she spoke to our group. Mayor G.T. Bynum, current Tulsa Mayor and former Tulsa City Councilor. Stuart Price, downtown Tulsa’s largest landlord, with more than 2 million square feet purchased from Maurice Kanbar. Oklahoma NAIOP wishes to express its sincere thanks to all of the advertisers, article writers and industry insiders who provided data and statistics for this magazine. Special thanks to the entire Oklahoma NAIOP Board of Directors for all its efforts and dedication to the chapter and the Tulsa market which they serve. Also, many thanks to Debra Wimpee the Oklahoma NAIOP Chapter Executive for all of her tireless efforts on our behalf. NAIOP provides unique access to companies for professionals in commercial real estate that is second to none. We encourage you to get involved and put our membership to the test! NAIOP is also an outstanding resource for younger commercial developers and brokers, age 35 or younger, to get immediate access to many experienced mentors. As a group, we will continue the NAIOP Developing Leaders mentoring program that Zach Harris and Steven Watts put in place last year. If you are an employer of young professionals in the commercial real estate sector, please point them in our direction. Thank you to the Tulsa Regional Chamber for distributing this publication to companies interested in making Tulsa home. NAIOP Oklahoma continues to be strong and active in all areas of business, civic and government affairs, continues to promote legislation helpful to the real estate industry, and provides excellent educational and networking opportunities. In closing, I once again emphasize the value of becoming a NAIOP member. When you join NAIOP, and actively participate in the many chapter programs and events, you undoubtedly gain a competitive edge in the industry. Best wishes to all for an exciting and prosperous 2019!

Rick Guild President, NAIOP Oklahoma Chapter

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from the developing leaders NAIOP’s Developing Leaders is an exclusive program geared specifically for all commercial real estate focused professionals age 35 and under. 2018 has been a landmark year for the Oklahoma chapter of NAIOP’s Developing Leaders Program. This year we continued to see an increase in both Developing Leader members and membership participation. To start the year, we kicked off our new Mentorship Program at The Summit Club. This program gives Developing Leaders the opportunity to connect with seasoned real estate professionals that are among the chapter’s membership. Developing Leaders connect with mentors over an online portal that assists them in setting up meeting times with each specific mentor. This program has proved successful and has already reaped benefits among the mentee and mentor participants. In addition to the mentorship program, we also launched a new series of events called “DL on Tap.” These events take place at popular area bars and taprooms, allowing the Developing Leaders an informal setting to network with one another and with NAIOP Oklahoma Chapter leadership. This summer, we hosted a Lunch and Learn event at Cyntergy’s offices in downtown Tulsa. The lunch’s theme was Tulsa’s new Cathedral District, which includes land south of Seventh Street to the IDL. The speaker for this event was Bob Pielsticker with CBRE, which has significant investments in the new district. This fall promises to offer many more opportunities for Developing Leader members to become more involved with the chapter, network with one another and grow themselves professionally.

As a final note, we are always seeking to add new members to the Developing Leaders program. If you are a young professional or if you employ young professionals in the commercial real estate sector, please reach out to us to discuss joining as a Developing Leader member of NAIOP.

Zachary Harris Director Stan Johnson Co. Developing Leaders Co-Chair

Steven Watts Managing Partner Rose Rock Development Partners Developing Leaders Co-Chair

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TULSA MARKET OVERVIEW

CLEAR SKIES AHEAD As Tulsa breaks free of the gray cloud of the oil recession, industrial and commercial endeavors are making Tulsa ripe for a sunny forecast. The most recent economic recession faded into an unpleasant memory for most of the country years ago. But for petroleum-heavy areas like Tulsa, the low price of oil stuck around like a curse. Long after the housing market recovered, oil prices stayed near $40 per barrel, too low to allow many oil and natural gas companies to truly ramp up production, boost their employment numbers and create a friendlier environment for commercial real estate. Though Tulsa was lucky enough to diversify after the crippling oil bust of the 1980s, low prices still held the area’s recovery back somewhat. About 12 months ago, when many had given up hope oil prices would ever escape the $40 range, things suddenly started to improve. Thanks to falling international production and a strengthening global economy, oil prices rose to near the $80 per barrel range as of this writing, and prices have remained stable enough to convince industry leaders this recovery is the real deal.

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TULSA MARKET OVERVIEW

Finally, the oil curse has lifted, and that has

“Ultimately, what we need to increase oc-

Tulsa-area real estate professionals, including

cupancy, increase rents and have more devel-

Shaun Frankfurt, asset manager for Helmerich &

opment is to attract new businesses,” he says,

Payne real estate, feeling downright optimistic.

“which should absorb additional square feet

“We’re hopeful the price of oil stays high

and create demand for new space and remodel

and this expansion continues,” Frankfurt says. Bob Ball, director of economic research for the Tulsa Regional Chamber, said the local

Ball says the Chamber has been making real progress toward that goal.

economy is now growing at a rate of 2.5 per-

“Investors are starting to make long-term

cent per year based on employment, and the

decisions in favor of Tulsa,” he says. “We’re

recent oil recovery seems to be further fueling

getting interest in regional office operations

that growth.

across the board, including with manufac-

“Foundational support sectors like manufacturing and oil and gas are doing particularly well,” Ball says. “Oil and gas employment is up 9 percent year over year as of August.”

turers looking at office space for back-office operations.” And Gathering Place could make Tulsa an even more attractive location for businesses.

Most sectors of the local economy are ex-

Though bringing the huge, $450 million river-

periencing growth, with goods production up

side park to life took longer than anticipated,

nearly 4 percent with the largest component of

it finally opened in September and has become

goods production, manufacturing, up nearly 5

an instant hit with everyone. And if the first 100

percent. Unemployment has dipped to 3.5 per-

days of events marking its grand opening are

cent in August, and Ball says that’s not based

any indication for the future, Gathering Place

on a technicality.

should remain a high-profile attraction well into

“Sometimes unemployment declines due to people giving up finding work, but that’s not

the future. Dailey

says

Gathering

Place,

the

in-

the case now,” he says. “We’re seeing more

development OKPOP museum and the contin-

jobs being filled by the previously unemployed

ued strengthening of downtown are all helping

by new persons entering the labor force.”

to make Tulsa a more appealing decision for

More jobs mean more need for places to work. That relief is coming at just the right time according to Neil Dailey, commercial properties managing broker for McGraw Commerical Properties. “We still have a lot of office space available in the metroplex,” he says.

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existing space.”

companies in search of a new location. “Tulsa’s becoming a great showplace,” he says. “We’re getting a lot of wins.” Ball says he’s not certain of what sort of development impact Gathering Place will have, though ONEOK Field, another high-profile new attraction, helped draw in numerous office, re-

On top of that, rental rates are soft overall,

tail and residential projects to the area, with

Dailey says. Even with rising employment, the

some still in development in and around the

office sector needs more.

Tulsa Arts District.


Frankfurt says that development sparked by Gathering Place likely won’t be geographically widespread, though it could serve to make the area around downtown an even bigger draw.

office, retail, warehouse, etc. This is an example of that.” For retail, Tulsa spaces are facing the same problem faced by retail centers across the

“I think Gathering Place will have more of an

world: Amazon. As sales grow at the internet

effect on real estate near it,” he says. “That’ll

giant and other online retailers, shoppers have

keep bringing people to the center of the city.”

less of an incentive to get out of the house and

In fact, much of the office and retail development currently happening is concentrated in the downtown area. Just some of these include

get into a traditional store. This conundrum is universal, but it’s not impossible to overcome, Frankfort says.

the Residence Inn & Suites, the Valley National

“Amazon’s putting pressure on all brick-

Bank headquarters, the Tulsa Club renovation,

and-mortar retail centers,” he says. “Amazon

Holiday Inn Express, The Flats on Archer, 111

has caused traditional retail to reconsider their

Greenwood and the ambitious mixed-use San-

value propositions and focus on their customers

ta Fe Square project, which officially kicked off

in new and better ways than they did before.”

with construction of a Hotel Indigo.

For example, Helmerich & Payne’s Utica

Outside of Tulsa’s downtown, perhaps the

Square is taking numerous active steps to re-

biggest retail project under construction is the

main an attractive draw. The company has in-

Shops at Warren Place by the southwest cor-

vested a considerable amount of money in the

ner of East 61st Street and South Yale Avenue.

property over the last year for an array of im-

Though its long-planned development stalled

provements.

during the recession, it has now filled with

But beyond that expected move, Utica

tenants including Starbucks, Mahagony Prime

Square’s landlords are working to help the ten-

Steakhouse, Jimmy Johns, Boardroom Men’s

ants out in nontraditional ways. For example,

Salon, Bellas House, Crushed Red, Pub W and

the group uses a merchants’ association to

Neighborhood JAM.

leverage social media platforms and highlight

“That’s an A-class project in an A-class office

individual tenants. The group also hosts reg-

area,” Dailey says. “They’re going to get rents

ular social media workshops with the help of

that will absolutely support it.”

outside public relations firms to help train and

But beyond that, there are relatively few of-

assist merchants with their own online campaigns.

fice, retail or mixed-use projects in active de-

Frankfurt says his group also works with

velopment other than downtown. Dailey says

prospective new tenants to redesign spaces in

despite the success of the high-profile Shops at

ways that work well for their individual strate-

Warren Place, there are still a number of factors

gies, such as the relaxed atmosphere created

holding back new construction.

for Gearhead Outfitters, a growing outdoor

“Construction costs are still high, and equiv-

goods store based in Arkansas.

alent rents are not yet to market value,” he

Not only has the Gearhead Outfitters loca-

says. “There will always be a ‘flight to quality’ in

tion performed well since opening up this sum-

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TULSA MARKET OVERVIEW

mer, but all of Utica Square has continued to

“Industrial has long been the darling of

prosper, Frankfurt says. “Our year-to-year sales

Tulsa’s commercial real estate, with the low-

growth has been going well,” he adds.

est vacancy rates across the sectors and now

Even with online competition, Dailey says he

seeing increases in rental rates in new facility

believes the overall retail market is set to recov-

deliveries,” Dailey says. Technical advances in

er in different ways, with occupancies and rents

construction, stacking and delivery is driving a

improving. The big-box days are most likely

new functionality of warehouse with 30-foot-

over for now in most cases. Other industries

plus ceiling heights, LED lighting, fire suppres-

and delivery of product experiences will evolve

sion, forklift capability and hybrid facilities with

to fill these holes.

manufacturing and distribution.

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spaces with higher power availability and high-

According to Dailey, it is filling up vacancies

er dock heights, with older buildings without

in both the retail and warehouse market. It has

those features becoming the majority of the

drastically changed the markets and economy

space available.

in Colorado, Washington, Arizona and California, to name a few.

The tight supply has lingered even with the high demand, and that sometimes makes it dif-

Amazon’s having a more direct impact on the Tulsa area in the industrial space, as

ficult for the city to land new businesses, Dailey says.

the company announced plans to construct

“The Chamber is competing with other

a 600,000-square-foot distribution center in

cities, but we don’t always have readily avail-

the area. When finished, it will employ 1,500

able product,” he says. “We have shovel-ready

people.

sites, but we’re still close to a year before de-

Though it’s the largest bit of industrial news

livery.”

this year by far, Frankfurt says he doesn’t ex-

Ball says there’s only one factor coming in

pect it to have much of a ripple effect on the

the near future that could impede commercial

market.

real estate — higher interest rates. After stay-

Instead, that honor goes to higher oil prices,

ing at rock-bottom for what seemed like an

as the need for more oil production has led to

eternity, the Federal Reserve is taking action

growth in companies that manufacture and ser-

that prompts banks to raise the federal funds

vice parts for the industry.

rate as the economy grows. And that will al-

“When the price of oil is higher, people need more industrial space,” Frankfurt says. That growth is coming on top of an already thriving industrial sector, as even the recession and oil bust didn’t spark large number of buildings to empty.

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That said, companies continue to flock to

most certainly drive up the price of loans. But he feels Tulsa’s strengths will more than balance that out, with employment and income expected to rise over the next 12 months. “I don’t see any real clouds on the horizon,” Ball says. •

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N AT I O N A L O U T L O O K

FEEL GOOD SEASON The experts agree, and the numbers support it: the economy is booming. And it’s not just the Tulsa metropolitan area or Oklahoma. The state is doing well, and so is the nation. A recent report by the Pew Research Center shows that two-thirds of Americans believe the economy is doing well, a 48-point increase since 2009. “Consumer confidence is high right now, and that’s a good sign,” says Jim Huntzinger, chief investment officer at BOK Financial. “We’re spending more money, which drives investment, and affects the overall economy. Capital expenditure is up on the business side,” Huntzinger says. “It’s sustainable, as well, for the foreseeable future. We don’t see many of the early warning signs that the economy is slipping. Next year should continue the growth.” Nationally, the unemployment rate has held steady at 3.9 percent for most of the calendar year, one of the longest stretches in recent memory. Both business and consumer spending are driving gross domestic product into a 4.2 percent growth rate. And while personal incomes are rising as well, Americans are keeping their debt in check during these up times. “Consumers have been pretty well behaved,” Huntzinger says. “People have not overleveraged themselves with credit card debt or overbuying in personal property.” As good as the national economy has grown in 2018, Oklahoma, and in particular Tulsa, has seen an even more remarkable boom.

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N AT I O N A L O U T L O O K

With the lowest unemployment rate in 10 years,

Louisville, Kentucky). Of course Oklahoma City, the

Tulsa is leading the state in economic growth. The

in-state rival down the turnpike, is on that list. And

most recent numbers show Tulsa’s unemployment

how does Tulsa stack up?

at 3.6 percent, Oklahoma City booming with 3.7

“We benchmark against all these cities, and

percent and remainder of the state doing well at

we’re growing better in most areas. Tulsa’s employ-

3.9 percent. The recovery process is broad, cover-

ment is growing faster than all of them, except for

ing many industries, including sectors that haven’t

Dallas,” Ball says.

always represented well in Tulsa. The city, and Tulsa

While the growth is positive in the extreme for

Regional Chamber have targeted new industries to

Tulsa, the metropolitan area has suffered greatly

broaden the economy and bring new businesses to

in the past, especially during the downturn in the

Tulsa.

oil and gas industry. During a two-year period in

“We have target industries that we watch,”

2015-16, Tulsa lost 7,000 jobs in the manufacturing

says Bob Ball, director of economic research with

sector, and several thousand more in oil and gas,

Tulsa Regional Chamber. “And there’s good growth

the two largest industries in terms of jobs in Tulsa.

across these industries. Professional and scientific

“We’ve worked hard, and come back resiliently,

services is growing at a year-over-year rate of 9.2

not only in the recent downturn but in others in

percent in August 2018, and machinery manufac-

the past as well,” Ball says. “Employment numbers

turing is growing at a 7 percent rate.”

are dropping, and for the right reason. People who

Overall Tulsa leads the state in making goods — 55 percent of the value of manufactured products

quit looking are now taking jobs and adding to the work force.”

in Oklahoma are made in the Tulsa region. Access to interstate highways, the Port of Catoosa, a cen-

IT’S STILL ABOUT THE OIL

tral location, and a lower cost of doing business

Even though Tulsa long ago gave up its oil capi-

make Tulsa attractive for companies that build and

tal title, oil and gas is still a critical component of

ship products.

the city’s economy. The nation depends upon oil

Additionally, energy, aerospace and business

for transportation, natural gas for electric power

services are some of the other key sectors that

generation and for heating. The energy industry

Tulsa business leaders look to attract new entrants

provides high-paying jobs, develops infrastructure,

and expand the existing footprint.

and not least, it’s an enduring legacy of wealth and influence throughout the city.

TULSA’S GOOD BUSINESS SENSE

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And the energy sector is growing thanks to

Even as good as the economy has grown,

higher oil prices. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) re-

Tulsa business leaders aren’t settling for the status

cently hit the $70 per barrel price for the first since

quo. In addition to watching target industries, and

November 2014. Natural gas offers a relatively in-

growing jobs through incentives, leaders continu-

expensive value, mostly through the huge reserves

ally compare Tulsa with “peer cities.” Those peers

and ample storage capacity. In the past two years,

include some larger cities (Dallas, Texas; Kansas

the U.S. has gone from an importer of natural gas

City, Missouri; Indianapolis, Indiana), smaller towns

to exporter through conversion of LNG facilities.

(Wichita, Kansas; Des Moines, Iowa; Springfield,

“The current oil price is at a level that has his-

Missouri), but also cities that look very close to

torically been considered to be an equilibrium

Tulsa in size and other metrics (Omaha, Nebraska;

value where both upstream and downstream seg-


ments of the industry can make money,” says Tim

and services side, such as Helmerich & Payne, T.D.

Coburn, professor of energy and operations man-

Williamson, and D&L Oil Tools. Both Schlumberger

agement in, and former director of, the School of

and BakerHughes have a significant presence in the

Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce in the

area, as well.

Collins College of Business at the University of

That intersection of manufacturing and oil and

Tulsa. “When the price of oil is at a certain level,

gas has created a key industry in Tulsa: heat ex-

both sides of the industry can make a reasonable

changers, which serves a large segment of the mid-

profit.”

stream oil and gas industry, but also reaches other

Natural gas is a booming business right now from the consumer standpoint as it’s plentiful and cheap, according to Coburn.

important industries. And the connection to oil and gas extends in other areas throughout the region. “As in the past, there are still lots of jobs avail-

For now, the price equilibrium for oil and gas is

able in the energy industry, but now it’s different

working well for everyone. It’s a rare convergence

types of jobs,” Coburn says. “There are more ser-

where energy companies are making money, but

vice-related jobs, IT is growing in the industry, ac-

costs aren’t so high to negatively affect the econ-

counting, logistics — all of these back-office jobs

omy. But, it’s well known that equilibrium can be

are in high demand.”

tricky, and oil prices are easily affected by international forces.

Ball agrees. “We have much ownership in the energy industry. And oil and gas prices have risen

Sustainable energy prices certainly are a posi-

36 percent in one year. These are good areas for

tive for Oklahoma, and it still makes an impact for

making capital investments. We’re seeing that in

Tulsa, even though the city’s energy footprint has

the jobs coming back after the downturn.”

receded from its heady oil boom days.

Still, many prospective employees in the oil and

“Tulsa is not a purely upstream oil and gas cen-

gas industry remember the down times and are re-

ter anymore, like we were decades ago,” Coburn

luctant to take these new energy-related positions.

says. “What Tulsa does have in the energy sector is

The boom and bust cycle plague the oil sector, and

significant midstream facilities, manufacturing and

while oil prices are rising, many want to avoid the

a growing part of the petroleum services sector, in

down times. College graduates looking for ener-

addition to a still-vibrant upstream sector.”

gy jobs often were forced into lower-wage jobs, or

Midstream companies are those that are re-

went back to school for advanced degrees.

sponsible for moving oil, gas and refined products

“When layoffs happened in Tulsa it puts con-

from Point A to Point B. Midstream facilities in-

siderable on the local job market,” Coburn says.

clude pipelines, processing plants for natural gas

“While some of those jobs have come back, com-

and storage tank farms. Nearby Cushing is still the

panies are running very lean. Energy companies are

largest convergence of oil pipelines in the coun-

hiring, but they are being very cautious.”

try, which is a boon for Tulsa. Coburn says nearly every U.S. midstream company has some sort

WHERE WE LIVE WORKS FOR US

of presence in Tulsa and/or Cushing, and some

Reflecting back to the mid-2000s, the housing mar-

of the largest ones like Magellan, SemGroup,

ket was both the blessing and the curse. It turned

Williams, ONEOK and NGL Partners have corpo-

out that many Americans overpaid for homes, and

rate headquarters in Tulsa. Similarly, Tulsa is home

banks were complicit in this deception. Once the

to large companies who work on the manufacturing

housing bubble burst, the American economy slid

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into a deep recession, and required billions in bailN AT I O N A L O U T L O O K

outs of large banks.

All these statistics would make it seem that Tulsa is an ideal place to start a new business. Many

In 2005, home ownership was nearly 70 percent

would agree.

— the highest percentage since the Federal Reserve

“Tulsa has been rated high for young entrepre-

began tracking such numbers. After the housing

neurs and small business,” Ball says. “While Tulsa has

bubble collapsed the rate has fallen steadily to the

good services to help start-ups and entrepreneurs,

current 64 percent, a slight rise since 2015, which

the fact is that everyone has amenities. What Tulsa

also coincides with the bottom of the oil downturn.

offers is a lower-cost of doing business, 11 percent

So far, the overleveraged scenario hasn’t returned,

below the U.S. average. Add that we have a good

and current stable real estate prices combined with

standard of living, especially among our bench-

attractive interest rates have made buying a home

mark cities and Tulsa is an attractive place for new

one of the best investments for Americans.

businesses.”

“The housing market has been quite tame,”

Consider that half of small business jobs offer

Huntzinger says. “In Tulsa we didn’t have the vola-

wages higher than the national average, and that’s

tile swings in home prices that happened nationally.

rising according to a report by human resources

We mostly avoided that, and in fact, house buying

firm Paychex. It all goes back to that low housing

and construction have been moderate at best.”

cost, access to transportation corridors, a community that welcomes new ideas and supports local

SMALL BUSINESS IS BIG BUSINESS

business efforts. In turn, employees spend dollars

For all the attention that large corporations re-

on other things — goods, entertainment, travel —

ceive, the biggest driver of the economy is small

and it permeates into other areas.

business. Smaller companies employ about 53 per-

The rising income index is moving at a faster

cent of the workforce, and large corporations ac-

rate than Americans have seen in a long time. Per-

count for only 38 percent of the jobs in the U.S.

sonal incomes are estimated to be growing at 8.4

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, companies

percent annually in 2018, and next year could be

with fewer than 100 employees accounted for 98

even higher.

percent of American businesses. “Small businesses employ far more people than the big corporations,” Huntzinger says. “And right

grow at 10.6 percent,” Ball says. “This will spread across other areas, create down-the-line jobs.”

now those owners are confident in the economy,

There’s another part to this story — the growth

spending on building their operations, which in

of retail jobs, as well as leisure, entertainment and

turn makes employees more confident, and they

hospitality, especially in the Tulsa market. Higher

buy goods.”

salaries in the target industries create entry-level

Tulsa is no exception for these statistics. While

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“We anticipate that personal income in 2019 will

jobs in these business sectors.

specific small business employment numbers for

“Years ago, people were convinced nobody

the metropolitan region are elusive, according to

would shop at a store again,” Huntzinger says.

start-up incubator 36 Degrees North, small busi-

“That’s not the case, and technology is helping, it’s

ness creates at least two-thirds of new jobs created

changing retail. U.S. businesses are very adaptive.”

in the Tulsa area. By those same reports, the small

Big-box stores have combined shopping online

business payroll for those new jobs is estimated at

with in-store pickups. Restaurants work with apps

$1.4 billion.

to deliver meals to customers that never leave their

Tulsa has among the shortest commute times in the nation based on comparable cities.


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G AT H E R I N G P L A C E

TULSA’S SHOWPLACE Gathering Place, a $450 million, 100-acre park, opened in September. In a few short months it has already transformed Tulsa.

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When Gathering Place opened Sept. 8, Tulsa’s mo-

HOW IT BEGAN

ment to shine arrived. More than 300,000 people

Kaiser didn’t envision a central gathering place out

visited the park in its first month. More than 1 mil-

of a nostalgic memory of a park. “I try to divorce

lion visits are expected by its first birthday.

my charitable investments from my life experiences

“The Tulsa community has been patiently wait-

and personal preferences,” he says. What he wants

ing for the opening of Gathering Place and right-

to do is “solve problems that reflect larger commu-

fully so, they certainly had a lot of high expecta-

nity needs.”

tions for this project,” says Executive Park Director

In 2013, Tulsa had lost the spring in its step,

Tony Moore. “And it’s for these reasons that it’s so

Stava says. The 2007 bond issue for development

gratifying yet humbling when you hear your visitors

of the Arkansas River had failed, largely because

acclaim that the park exceeded their expectations

of suburban votes. Downtown revitalization of the

and that it was well worth the wait. How cool is

Arts District and Guthrie Green had not yet begun.

that.”

It was a time of economic decline.

The park’s creation was born from the mind of

“True visionaries realize what great cities need,”

George Kaiser, the Tulsa oilman, banker and philan-

Stava says. “Great cities have great gathering plac-

thropist, whose George Kaiser Family Foundation

es.” Enter Kaiser and GKFF.

led the $450 million fundraising charge.

“Tulsa was losing its strong sense of communi-

The donors’ collective gift is the largest to a

ty,” Kaiser says. “We were more divided by geog-

municipality in the history of the United States. The

raphy, race and class than before. A large central

second biggest gift was $100 million for New York

park might heal that divide.”

City’s Central Park in 2012.

Additionally, the city needed a powerful draw

Why would Tulsans build such a costly park?

for corporate recruitment and economic develop-

The late John H. Williams, CEO of Williams Cos.,

ment to help it compete with Houston, Dallas and

summed it up when the idea was broached sever-

other metropolitan areas. Looking for solutions,

al years ago. This will be transformative for Tulsa,

Kaiser and GKFF saw the need to revitalize down-

he said.

town, especially for young singles and arts patrons,

Echoing Williams, many believe Gathering Place can change Tulsa’s national identity. “We hope that

and then marshal public-private funding to accentuate the power of the river for families.

it will help our companies recruit and retain em-

In 2014, GKFF pledged $200 million for the

ployees,” Kaiser says. “We hope it will be a place

park. Williams Cos. became the lead donor with

where all of our children and grandchildren want to

a $16 million challenge. Other corporations fol-

return as they raise their children.”

lowed, and so did the city’s famously generous

It also has the potential to be a unifying ele-

philanthropic foundations and families.

ment in the community. “What great urban parks

The City of Tulsa and Tulsa County joined with

do today is bring people out of isolation,” says

$65 million for infrastructure improvement of the

Gathering Place Executive Director Jeff Stava.

park area funded through an Improve Our Tulsa

“People have grown apart. We want to bring

and Vision 2025 sales tax extension.

Tulsans together for a better community.” Continued on p. 22

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FUN FOR ALL

Visitors to Gathering Place will see 8 miles of paths and nature trails in a landscape planted with 5,800 trees and more than 1.2 million plants. The areas have romantic names designed for Oklahoma’s summer heat: Sky Garden with seasonal plantings to please gardeners; the Four Seasons Garden with walls of natural stone; the Wetlands Gardens with aquatic plantings; and Swing Hill, the park’s highest point, which has a variety of swings for adventure lovers of all ages and abilities. The QuikTrip Great Lawn is the center of the park. The 5-acre Chapman Adventure Playground features playground equipment and installation never before seen in the United States. The dramatic Williams Cos. Lodge, with a multi-story fireplace and floor-toceiling plate glass windows, offers views of Oklahoma’s spectacular sunsets. The contemporary ONEOK Boathouse with a pavilion roof includes a restaurant and panoramic views. The lodge and the boathouse are extraordinary, says George Kaiser, “but it may be the peaceful pocket parks and the hidden discovery areas that provide the distinguishing ambience.” Water features in the park include kayaks and paddleboats at Peggy’s Pond. Guests will keep cool at Mist Mountain, home to the Flying Fish feature and the water maze, a children’s play fountain, two of Kaiser’s personal favorites. The Adventure Playground is designed for every stage of childhood development and robust interaction with nature, from the Ramble sensory garden with labyrinths and a hedge maze to the Land of River Giants with colossal depictions of native wildlife, to the Fairyland Forest infused with fantasy. Teens and young adults will appreciate the BMX bike track and the skatepark for skateboarders. The Riverview Passage land bridge will be an unrivaled place to watch Fourth of July fireworks.

The name Tulsa comes from the Creek word tallasi, which is the shortened word for Tallahassee meaning “old town.”

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Continued from p. 20

positions and up to 250 employees during peak attendance. Proceeds from the park’s $100 million endowment will pay for all park operations, pro-

BEHOLD, GATHERING PLACE Planning for the park had begun in 2011 with community engagement and public meetings that addressed issues from design to food and drink in the park.

gramming, maintenance and security. The magic of the innovative park is its combination of place and programming. “We’re providing new places for kids to learn,” says Vice President of Programming Kirsten Hein.

The Brooklyn-based Michael Van Valkenburgh

Gathering Place’s programming ranges from large-

Associates was hired to design the park and con-

scale events for 300-plus to smaller educational

sultants included the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,

programs for about 20 individuals.

the Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Tulsa,

One of the more unusual features is the art to

INCOG, Tulsa County, the River Parks Authority,

be showcased in the park. “Local and internation-

a scientific team (comprised of a soil scientist, an

ally renowned artists will be a feature,” Hein says,

ecologist, a hydrologist and a sound engineer) and

“including performances not seen before in Tulsa,

an economic team of restaurant and park manage-

and all free and open to the public.” •

ment consultants. During construction of Phase 1, 1,630 construc-

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tion jobs were filled, with 200-300 professional

Editor’s note: Parts of this story, written by Connie

trades on site on any given day. Now open, the

Cronley, originate from the January 2018 issue of

park employs about 45 full-time park management

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OFFICE OVERVIEW

MODERATE PROGRESS Despite setbacks, the office market in Tulsa maintains steady occupancy as business owners adapt to a new work landscape and reuse capabilities. Every quarter on the CBRE Midwest Office Update conference call, I have the opportunity to share positive news about the Tulsa market and to hear about any big wins, or horror stories, from my colleagues in 17 cities representing 11 states across the region. Generally speaking, about half of the markets have been “hot” over the last few years (i.e. Austin, Dallas, Denver), and the other half of the markets tend to report moderate positive absorption with a few exciting developments mixed in. Our report on Tulsa during these calls historically trends toward the latter, but that isn’t to say that we have no exciting news to report. While we don’t experience absorption (positive or negative) in the millions of square feet, we do experience a relative consistency in the Tulsa market that our neighbors in cities such as Houston might welcome with open arms at times, especially over the last 10 years or so.

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In Tulsa, the first half of 2018 saw net positive

opments and the rehabilitation or repurposing

absorption of 98,799 square feet compared to

of existing product. As we have all hoped, this

190,285 square feet in the second half of 2017.

has increased interest in working, living and

Overall vacancy of 12.9 percent was on par with

playing in our CBD and changed the opinion

the H2 2017 total of 13 percent — figures that

of the average Tulsan about being downtown.

are in line with recent historical averages. The

This trend isn’t expected to end soon as multi-

rental rate average has risen slightly to $15.28,

ple projects in the CBD are nearing completion

up from $14.69 months ago. However, this rise

or have recently been announced. In the Tulsa

is more indicative of an influx of new develop-

Arts District, the ± 101,000-square-foot Block

ment product with higher asking rates.

44 development anchored by Valley Nation-

Like many of our larger regional counter-

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parts, we have experienced a resurgence of

to delivery. Other new developments include

interest in our central business district due to

the Hartford Building renovation, the upcom-

significant capital expenditures on new devel-

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recently announced Midland and NORDAM

kers, developers and owners eventually work

redevelopments.

through existing product from a redevelop-

Activity has recently spread to the periph-

ment perspective, can we finally begin to ask,

ery of the CBD in areas such as the Cathedral

“When will office rental rates increase?” There

District, which is nestled between the southern

is still existing product available, but as down-

loop of the IDL and Seventh Street. The 8:10

town continues to thrive, employment numbers

Building (previously the Avanti Building) reno-

rise and occupancy increases, we may soon see

vation was an immediate success and investors

some movement.

have taken notice. Last year, local investors

So, what are some of the emerging trends

purchased a ±90,000-square-foot portfolio of

in the office sector? One trend affecting office

six buildings in the Cathedral District. Renova-

space recently is that of the “open” or “collab-

tions of three of these buildings, including the

orative” office concept, which has been widely

Bovaird Building (renamed to Cathedral District

reported, and debated, for its merits or lack

Business Center), are in process or completed.

thereof. New research from multiple commer-

Historically, the Cathedral District has been

cial real estate outlets has been released citing

somewhat overlooked by users of office space,

challenges with the open office theory, alleging

but the tide is clearly turning in this area of

that noise and distraction from greater densi-

the CBD.

ty may be killing the collaborative spirit that

While several of these new projects will

upper management is seeking. Utilizing smart

add leasable office product to the market, it is

space planning, the right balance can be struck

important to note that over the last 10 years,

between open, collaborative areas and quiet

nearly 500,000 square feet of office space has

spaces where employees can work effectively.

been removed from the market due to the re-

Most office tenants in the Tulsa market seem

development of buildings for alternative uses,

to have captured this balance. It’s a good sign

particularly residential.

that there aren’t large blocks of newly built

According to Costar, there are nearly 40 res-

open space on the market that was construct-

idential properties existing or planned, totaling

ed with “collaborative” intent. To that end, on

1,655 units over ± 2,700,000 total square feet

our Q2 CBRE Midwest Office call previously

of downtown property. The fact that nearly 20

mentioned, the Austin, Texas, market reported

percent of that total has occurred in the last 10

a large influx of sublease space as employers

years, or will occur soon, is a telling sign that

sent employees home to work. That reduces

there is no longer just “momentum” downtown,

the employer’s immediate operating costs and

but instead there is existing, strong and sus-

ultimately their footprint, which then affects

tained demand. We should not overlook those

a market’s occupancy. We have watched the

figures from an office market perspective. As

rapid reduction in the square feet per employ-

more projects are announced that could poten-

ee ratio over the past several years. It makes

tially affect office inventory and “we” as bro-

one think — how will we analyze this ratio in

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the future, or convert it to any kind of mean-

retail/office, and sports and entertainment ven-

ingful commercial real estate data, if the ratio

ues. In Tulsa, this trend will be worth watching

cannot be accurately calculated on employee

to see if retailers continue to move out of malls

headcount? Some companies now have virtu-

and warehouse users grow vertically and shrink

ally no need for office space, yet may employ

their footprint.

dozens, or even hundreds, of employees. This

After reviewing the CBRE MarketView re-

effect has not yet fully gained footing in the

port from year-end 2008, “moderate progress”

Tulsa market, but it will be interesting to watch

seems to be the best way to describe the of-

for any trends with our regional counterparts

fice market over the last 10 years. Despite

in the future.

some glitches as numerous energy companies

Another trend worth noting is that of “adap-

turned off the lights and pulled back to larger

tive reuse,” or the process of adapting an ex-

markets in our region, the Tulsa office market

isting building for a new type of use. The idea

has mostly continued its “Little Engine That

of adaptive reuse has gained traction in major

Could” trajectory. As has been previously re-

markets as the millennial population has in-

ported, the great majority of that energy space

creased and moved into, or remained in, core

was absorbed relatively quickly, offering other

urban areas versus suburban locations. Inves-

users in the market an opportunity to upgrade

tors and owners have not only realized the de-

the quality of their space and their image. While

mand for adapted spaces, but they also have

there are Class A product opportunities in the

realized the potential financial benefits versus

market, this segment remains strong from an

new construction. Some experts have estimat-

overall occupancy standpoint.

ed this potential savings to be 15-20 percent,

Our vacancy struggles continue to be the

but many structural, mechanical, environmental

lower Class B and C properties that have yet

and municipal hurdles can present challenges

to subscribe to spending capital in advance

and ultimately raise costs.

of prospective tenant interest. Landlords who

One local example of this process, and its

have been aggressive by putting capital into

success, is the Eastland Mall conversion in east

their aging buildings have fared well for the

Tulsa to Eastgate Metroplex. This project now

most part, but with little to no aggressive in-

houses users in several industries including call

stitutional ownership in our office sector, many

centers, trade schools and administrative offic-

local owners have seemed historically content

es. However, struggling shopping malls aren’t

to wait it out. Positive employment reports

the only asset type to embrace the ideology of

are promising for all sectors and should be

adaptive reuse. Bulk industrial warehouse and

one driving force for office occupancy. Per-

big-box retail sites within urban areas also have

haps changing dynamics in Tulsa’s CBD will

undergone a transformation in many markets

help raise the tide on which all boats may

to medical facilities, office buildings, multi-use

eventually rise. •

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LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

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GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

BROKEN ARROW BA

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36,231 2 2000, 2002

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$17 74.2%

BA

PHOENIX CENTER 2341 W ALBANY BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST PROP / JACK WRIGHT / 918-251-0707 2341 W. ALBANY, SUITE A, BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

28,000 1 2002

3,000 3,000 0

$7.50 89.3%

BA

TIMBERCREST PARK 1700 W ALBANY ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST PROP / JACK WRIGHT / 918-251-0707 2341 W. ALBANY, SUITE A, BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

35,626 2 1987

12,000 12,000 0

$9 66.3%

BA

WOLF CREEK OFFICE PARKS 2446-2500 W NEW ORLEANS BROKEN ARROW, OK 74011

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

24,071 1 2008

4,305 7,057 0

$12.50 70.7%

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101,061 6 2018

20,326 30,777

$29.50 69.5%

CBD

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CBD

1215 S BOULDER OFFICES 1215 S BOULDER AVE TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

217,200 12 1954

10,500 21,000

$12.50 90.3%

CBD

201 EXECUTIVE CENTER 201 W 5TH ST TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 E 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

74,303 6 1975

11,362 39,004 0

$12 47.5%

CBD

317 MAIN MALL BUILDING 317 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74103

BUMGARNER ASSET MGMT / TERRY ARGUE / 918-587-1900 401 S BOSTON, SUITE 3400 TULSA, OK 74103

30,878 4 1907

7,000 14,174

$13 54.1%

CBD

320 SOUTH BOSTON BUILDING 320 S BOSTON TULSA, OK 74103

BUMGARNER ASSET MGMT / TERRY ARGUE / 918-587-1900 401 S BOSTON, SUITE 3400 TULSA, OK 74103

387,916 24 1917

2,400 119,000 0

$16 69.3%

CBD

616 S BOSTON AVE 616 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74119

HARRELL RESIDENTIAL / BRUCE HARRELL / 254-772-9639 4315 LAKE SHORE DR, SUITE M WACO, TX 76710

88,719 6 1925

5,000 12,000 0

$10 86.5%

CBD

8:10 BUILDING 810 S CINCINNATI TULSA, OK 74119

TRINITY CORPORATE REAL ESTATE ADVISORS, LLC / DEREK BATEMAN / 918-812-6879 2448 EAST 81ST, SUITE 188, TULSA, OK 74137

80,000 6 1924/2015

0 0 0

$16.50 100%

CBD

BANK OF AMERICA CENTER 15 W 6TH ST TULSA, OK 74119

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

288,776 32 1967/1985

10,357 33,082 0

$14 88.5%

CBD

BANK OF OKLAHOMA TOWER 101 E 2ND ST TULSA, OK 74102

GEMINI ROSEMONT REALTY SERVICES / KELLY MCKOY / 720-445-4440 26900 E. BRIARWOOD CIRCLE, AURORA, CO 80016

1,140,684 52 1978

22,655 30,534 0

$19 97.3%

CBD

BOVAIRD BUILDING 823 S DETROIT AVE TULSA, OK 74103

MAIN SQUARE TOWERS, INC. / RACHEL COX / 918-398-2745 1601 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74159

70,000 4 1970

5,000 5,000 0

$11.50 92.9%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

CBD

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

• • • • • •

823 S Detroit

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

New Roof & Exterior and Lobby Renovation Suites 200, 300 & 400 - ±14,000 SF Floor Plates Suite 400 - Creative open space with concrete ceilings Plug & Play - Systems furniture in place Basement Storage and Meeting Areas Covered and Surface Parking

Contact: Bob Pielsticker 918-392-7268, www.cbre.com

CBD

CBD

CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER 823 S. DETROIT AVE. TULSA, OK 74120

CBRE, INC. / BOB PIELSTICKER / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER

64,996 4 1959 • • • • • • • •

818 S Detroit

13,982 41,942

$14.50 35.5%

Fully Renovated Warehouse Converted Office Space New Local Ownership ±9,787 SF Total South Bay: ±3,928 SF, 16’ Ceilings North Bay: ±5,472 SF, 14’ Ceilings 31 Surface Parking Spaces New Storefront Glass Individual Street Facing Suite Entries with Signage

Contact: Bob Pielsticker 918-392-7268, www.cbre.com CBD

CBD

CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER 818 S. DETROIT AVE. TULSA, OK 74120

CBRE, INC. / BOB PIELSTICKER / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER

9,787 4 1959 • • • • • • •

220 E 8th Street

3,928 9,400

$15.00 4.0%

Single tenant creative downtown office space New Local Ownership 16’ clear height ±20,001 SF Total 61 Surface Parking Spaces Individual Street Facing Suite Entry with Signage $15 psf triple net

Contact: Bob Pielsticker 918-392-7268, www.cbre.com CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BUSINESS CENTER 220 EAST 8TH ST TULSA, OK 74120

CBRE, INC. / BOB PIELSTICKER / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

20,001 1 1933

20,001

CBD

FIRST PLACE TOWER 15 E 5TH ST TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / JOE NEAL / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

624,374 41 1956-1973

101,761 163,774 7,890

$14 73.8%

CBD

FOUR HUNDRED BUILDING 400 S BOSTON TULSA, OK 74103

RIVER CITY DEV. / JEREMY CIMMERER / 918-584-0331 427 S BOSTON, SUITE 915 TULSA, OK 74103

53,200 13 1965

4,200 14,697 0

$11 72.4%

CBD

HOLARUD 10 E 3RD ST TULSA, OK 74103

CORPORATE REALTY ADVISORS / NICK PROBST / 918-392-1950 3150 E. 41ST ST., SUITE 102, TULSA, OK 74105

52,792 8 1923

30,000 30,000 0

$11 43.2%

CBD

MAIN PLAZA I & II 614-616 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74119

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

51,788 3 1930

5,960 20,936 0

$12 59.6%

CBD

MID-CONTINENT TOWER 401 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74103

BUMGARNER ASSET MANAGEMENT / TERRY ARGUE / 918-587-1900 401 S BOSTON AVE, SUITE 3400, TULSA, OK 74103

321,500 36 1917/1984

15,924 47,682 0

$18.50 85.2%

CBD

ONE PLACE BUILDING 201 S DENVER AVE TULSA, OK 74103

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

49,386 5 2012

0 0 0

CBD

ONE TECHNOLOGY CENTER 100 S CINNCINNATI TULSA, OK 74103

CBRE, INC. / ANGELA WEST / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

750,000 15 2001

48,073 96,146 0

CBD

PAGE BELCHER FEDERAL COURTHOUSE 333 W 4TH ST TULSA, OK 74103

CBRE, INC. / MARY MARTIN / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

454,534 3 1967

5,000 81,683

CBD

PARK CENTRE 525 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

180,461 14 1973

36,848 102,590 0

$15 43.2%

CBD

PETROLEUM CLUB BUILDING 601 S BOULDER TULSA, OK 74119

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

118,083 16 1962/1995

7,930 36,697 0

$14 68.9%

CBD

$15.00 0%

100% $18 87.2%

82.0%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

CBD

PHILCADE NORTH 501 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

270,038 14 1929

99,967 205,904 0

$12 23.7%

CBD

PHILCADE SOUTH 519 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

158,295 13 1967

158,295 158,295 0

$12 0%

CBD

PYTHIAN BUILDING 19 W 5TH AVE TULSA, OK 74103

PRICE FAMILY PROPERTIES / DANIEL REGAN / 918-581-3300 15 EAST 5TH ST, SUITE 1600 TULSA, OK 74103

43,248 3 1930

2,000 3,849 0

$12 91.1%

CBD

RENAISSANCE BUILDING 515 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74103

FLORIS HILLS / FLORIS HILLS / 918-585-2751 515 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74103

30,000 6 1981

11,408 15,149 0

$17.50 49.5%

CBD

REUNION CENTER 9 E 4TH ST TULSA, OK 74103

CORPORATE REALTY ADVISORS / NICK PROBST / 918-392-1950 3150 E 41ST ST, SUITE 102, TULSA, OK 74105

94,560 10 1919

12,000 45,500 0

$14 51.9%

CBD

THE KENNEDY BUILDING 321 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74103

BUMGARNER ASSET MANAGEMENT / TERRY ARGUE / 918-587-1900 401 S BOSTON AVE, SUITE 3400, TULSA, OK 74103

165,202 10 1917/1980

33,000 50,593

$16 69.4%

CBD

THE PHILTOWER BUILDING 427 S Boston Ave Tulsa OK, 74103

McGraw Realtors has been locally owned and managed since 1938 and will be celebrating 80 years in business in 2018. The commercial division was founded in 2008 and since then we have acquired some of the most sought after listings in The Greater Tulsa Area. We now have 15 Commercial Real Estate Agents as well as a team dedicated to Commercial Property Management. We look forward to continued growth alongside our great city!

• • • • •

Locally owned and operated. Gorgeous neo-gothic lobby in travertine marble. Building-wide WiFi Internet access Attached, covered parking with 24 hour controlled access Restaurant & juice bar on the first floor with access to the Atlas Marriott lobby, Atlas Grill, deli and coffee shop.

Contact: Lisa Brandes and Neil Dailey, 918-388-9588

THE PHILTOWER BUILDING 427 S BOSTON AVE TULSA, OK 74103 McGraw Commercial Properties

MCGRAW COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / LISA BRANDES AND NEIL DAILEY / 918-388-9588 4105 S ROCKFORD AVE, TULSA, OK 74105

102,212 23 1928

20,000 26, 058 0

$16 74.5%

CBD

SUN BUILDING 907 S DETROIT TULSA, OK 74120

COATES COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / ANDERLE KHALED / 918-292-8510 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 640, TULSA, OK 74135

250,707 12 1954

18,582 64,366 0

$12 74.3%

CBD

THOMPSON BUILDING 20 E 5TH ST TULSA, OK 74103

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / PAM AVISON / 918-745-1133 5810 E. SKELLY DR., SUITE 1400 TULSA, OK 74135

134,080 15 1928

8,434 40,210 0

$12.50 70.0%

CBD

Industrial . Warehouse . Office . Land . Multi-Family . Retail . Medical /mcgrawcp /mcgraw-commercial-proper ties @mcgraw_cp

This iconic 24-story building built by Waite Phillips during the city’s oil boom has been a part of Tulsa’s downtown skyline since 1928.

CBD

4105 S. Rockford Ave. Tulsa, OK 74105 918.388.9588 www.mcgrawcp.com

WILLIAMS CENTER TOWERS I & II

• Two class “A” distinctive towers in the heart of downtown • Immediate access to Hyatt hotel, downtown restaurants and shopping • State-of-the-art building technology • Executive Garage • Newly renovated main lobbies and elevators

One West 3rd Street & Two West 2nd Street

Contact: Daniels Greer Properties, LLC, 918-742-7500

CBD

WILLIAMS CENTER TOWER I ONE W 3RD ST TULSA, OK 74103

DANIELS GREER PROPERTIES, LLC / 918-742-7500 ONE WEST THIRD, SUITE 1200 TULSA, OK 74103

314,589 17 1982

15,000 21,000 0

$16 93.3%

CBD

WILLIAMS CENTER TOWER II TWO W 2ND ST TULSA, OK 74103

DANIELS GREER PROPERTIES, LLC / 918-742-7500 ONE WEST THIRD, SUITE 1200 TULSA, OK 74103

455,411 23 1983

19,859 19,859 0

$16 95.6%

CBD

WILLIAMS RESOURCE CENTER 2 E 1ST ST TULSA, OK 74102

WILLIAMS / GEORGE SHAHADI / 918-573-2857 ONE WILLIAMS CENTER, MD 45 TULSA, OK 74172

229,037 3 1978

0 0 0

$25 100%

CENTRAL

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CENTRAL

GUARANTY BUILDING 10159 E 11TH ST TULSA, OK 74128

RUFFIN PROPERTIES / CARL VINCENT / 918-493-7100 7130 S LEWIS, SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

98,316 6 1983

15,767 31,034 0

$14 68.4%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / BLAINE 9820 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

58,870 4 1980

4,705 11,369 0

$12.50 80.7%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / CHEROKEE 4150 S 100TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

53,522 4 1980

9,492 14,109 0

$12.50 73.6%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING


OFFICE | SEE ZONES PAGE 25

PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / COMANCHE 4115 S 100TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

56,551 2 1979

0 0 0

$12.50 100%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / GRANT 4110 S 100TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

35,429 2 1978

4,338 9,096 0

$12.50 74.3%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / GREER 9920 E 42ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

39,357 2 1978

14,448 14,448 0

$12.50 63.3%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / LOGAN 3840 S 103RD E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

62,560 2 1981

2,761 33,120 0

$12.50 47.1%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / MILES 4135 S 100TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

33,788 2 1979

9,436 9,436 0

$12.50 72.1%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / OSAGE 9726 E 42ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

29,030 2 1974

1,088 6,352 0

$12.50 78.1%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / PAWNEE 9910 E 42ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

39,750 2 1979

10,245 10,245 0

$12.50 74.2%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / ROGERS 9717 E 42ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

46,128 2 1975

2,053 9,224 0

$12.50 80.0%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / SEMINOLE 9810 E 42ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

48,300 2 1977

2,142 10,998 0

$12.50 77.2%

CENTRAL

TECHRIDGE OFFICE PARK / WOODWARD 3810 S 103RD E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

58,835 2 1982

47,072 30,437 0

$12.50 48.3%

EAST

4500 EXCHANGE TOWER 4500 S GARNETT TULSA, OK 74146

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORRNE 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

158,397 10 1982

2,125 2,125 0

$14.50 98.7%

EAST

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 12222 STATE FARM BLVD TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

287,580 2 1989

287,580 287,580

$15.00 0.0%

EAST

CORPORATE WOODS 4500 S 129 E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

MERIT PROPERTIES / FRED BEASLEY / 918-495-0500 6846 S CANTON AVE, SUITE 510 TULSA, OK 74136

553,000 3 1980

24,703 57,080 0

$16.50 89.7%

EAST

EASTGATE METROPLEX 14002 E 21ST ST TULSA, OK 74134

SIMON PROPERTY GROUP / 317-636-1600 225 W WASHINGTON ST INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204

1,016,451 3 1985

84,058 394,869 0

$14 61.2%

EAST

EXCHANGE CENTER 4606-08 S GARNETT TULSA, OK 74146

NEWMARK GRUBB LEVY STRANGE BEFFORT / WARREN STEWART / 918-481-3200 2021 S LEWIS , SUITE 410 TULSA, OK 74104-5710

140,006 12 1979

13,908 30,072 0

$14.50 78.5%

EAST

SOUTHPARK 4343 S 118TH E AVE BROKEN ARROW, OK 74146

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST PROP / JACK WRIGHT / 918-251-0707 2341 W. ALBANY, SUITE A, BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

115,653 2 1972

10,000 15,600 0

$11.75 86.5%

EAST

TOWNE CENTRE 10810-20-30 E 45TH ST TULSA, OK 74146

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORRNE 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

180,845 3 1980

8,911 60,880 0

$12.50 66.3%

EAST

UNION PINES 4700 S GARNETT TULSA, OK 74146

TRAMMEL CROW COMPANY / MICHELLE ANDERSON / 405-680-5642 1900 NW EXPRESSWAY, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73118

134,298 2 1999

0 0 0

$15.50 100%

EAST

MIDTOWN MIDTOWN

2021 LEWIS CENTER 2021 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74104

NEWMARK GRUBB LEVY STRANGE BEFFORT / WARREN STEWART / 918-481-3200 2021 S LEWIS, SUITE 410, TULSA, OK 74104-5710

87,346 7 1985

3,903 9,359 0

$18 89.3%

MIDTOWN

21 CENTRE PARK 2642 E 21ST STREET TULSA, OK 74114

CLARK INTERESTS / MANAGER / 918-749-9998

39,842 2 1982

5,658 5,658 0

$15.50 85.8%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

MIDTOWN

21 LEWIS PLAZA 2424 E 21ST ST TULSA, OK 74114

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63RD PL., STE. 400

61,443 5 1967

5,600 9,970 0

$21.00 83.8%

MIDTOWN

3000 CENTER 3015 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74105

DLRE, INC. / DEAN LEWIS / (918) 895-6700 3015 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 410 TULSA, OK 74105

63,508 2 1972

7,300 7,300 0

$11.50 88.5%

MIDTOWN

3100 CENTER 3105 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74105

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / VICKI TAPP / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

55,326 0 1972

2,500 11,200 0

$11.50 79.8%

MIDTOWN

6201 E 43RD ST 6201 E 43RD ST TULSA, OK 74135

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

108,230 1 1965

108,230 108,230

$3.65 0.0%

MIDTOWN

BOSTON PLACE 1516 S BOSTON TULSA, OK 74119

MAIN SQUARE TOWERS, INC. / RACHEL COX / 918-398-2745 1601 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74159

44,611 4 1983

0 0 0

$14.50 100%

MIDTOWN

BOULDER TOWERS 1437 S BOULDER TULSA, OK 74119

CBRE, INC. / TERRY PAYNE / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

521,802 15 1960/1980

8,296 13,957 6,911

$17.00 97.3%

MIDTOWN

CBRE OKLAHOMA BUILDING 1401 S BOULDER TULSA, OK 74119

CBRE, INC. / MARY MARTIN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

38,089 3 1954

0 0 0

$13 100%

MIDTOWN

COLUMBIA OFFICE BUILDING 2651 E 21ST TULSA, OK 74114

DLRE, INC. / DANNY OVERTON / 918-895-6700 3015 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 410 TULSA, OK 74105

33,176 5 1959

1,440 2,200 0

$15.50 93.4%

MIDTOWN

COMMERCE TOWER 5801 E 41ST TULSA, OK 74135

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

93,735 10 1981

9,735 18,381 0

$14 80.4%

MIDTOWN

CORPORATE PLACE 5800 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74135

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

117,384 13 1973

2,747 11,206 0

$14 90.5%

MIDTOWN

FORMER SCOTTISH RITE BUILDING 6355 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74135

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

53,700 3 1967

53,700 53,700

$6.48 0%

MIDTOWN

FOUNTAIN PLAZA 4815-4867 S SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74145

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

87,700 1 1970

7,930 25,817 1,172

$11.50 70.6%

MIDTOWN

FULTON 46 BUILDING 5350 E 46TH ST TULSA, OK 74135

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / SHEILA COOPER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

23,347 2 1978

6,298 8,798 0

$10.50 62.3%

MIDTOWN

HARVARD 41 4130-4154 S HARVARD TULSA, OK 74135

MONTE DUNHAM R.E. / PERRY DUNHAM / 918-627-4230 6355 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74145

40,000 2

1,965 5,104 0

$14.50 87.2%

MIDTOWN

HARVARD GARDENS 4520 S HARVARD TULSA, OK 74135

MONTE HERREL / 918-671-5262 TULSA, OK 74103

23,219 2 1981

1,806 3,337 0

$15 85.6%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING


PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

MIDTOWN

HARVARD TOWER 4815 S HARVARD AVE TULSA, OK 74135

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

66,500 6 1969

5,164 16,062 0

$12.00 75.8%

MIDTOWN

INTERNATIONAL PLAZA

• • • • • • •

1350 South Boulder

Superb Location in the heart of uptown Tulsa Terrific 360° Views Marvelous Interior Finishes Common Area Meeting Room Exercise Facility, Lockers and Showers Great Proximity to the IDL and BA Expressway Ample onsite parking

Contact: Barry K. Boethin, 1350 S Boulder, Suite 100, 918-585-6488 MIDTOWN

INTERNATIONAL PLAZA 1350 S BOULDER TULSA, OK 74119

INTERNATIONAL PLAZA / BARRY BOETHIN / 918-585-6488 1350 S BOULDER, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119

115,000 12 1957

5,700 7,680 0

$16 93.3%

MIDTOWN

MAIN SQUARE TOWERS 1601 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74119

MAIN SQUARE TOWERS, INC. / 918-398-2745 1601 S MAIN TULSA, OK 74159

52,440 5 1969

1,000 1,000 0

$10.75 98.1%

MIDTOWN

MAPCO PLAZA

• • • • • • • • •

1717 South Boulder Avenue

On-site management & ownership and after-hours security Abundant free parking including covered executive parking New 75 seat common area conference center with AV equipment Standby generators provide protected power 24/7 New fitness center with men’s/women’s locker rooms and showers Easy access to expressways and within 25 minutes of any point in Tulsa 24-hour card access system and CCTV River Trails and A Gathering Place within walking/biking distance AT&T and Cox updated infrastructure

Contact: Patrick Coates, Coates Commercial Properties, LLC, 918-610-0700 MIDTOWN

MAPCO PLAZA 1717 S BOULDER AVE W TULSA, OK 74119

COATES COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / PATRICK COATES / 918-610-0700 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 640, TULSA, OK 74135

140,825 10 1983

19,000 19,000 0

$16.50 86.5%

MIDTOWN

MERIDIAN TOWER 5100 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74135

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / VICKI PATTERSON / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR 7410374135

205,891 10 1981

13,715 16,567 0

$21.50 92.0%

MIDTOWN

MIDWAY OFFICE BUILDING 2727 E 21ST TULSA, OK 74114

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

46,769 6 1974

3,651 9,636 0

$14.50 79.4%

MIDTOWN

NORTHWESTERN BUILDING 202 S CHEYENNE AVE TULSA, OK 74105

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

54,473 5 2012

4,562 4,562 0

$25.50 91.6%

MIDTOWN

PARKLAND PLAZA 2121 S COLUMBIA TULSA, OK 74114

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

52,415 7 1969

2,707 2,707 0

$13.50 94.8%

MIDTOWN

PEACHTREE SQUARE 4157 S HARVARD TULSA, OK 74135

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MONTY BERRY, CCIM / 918-280-9900 5801 E 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

25,000 1980

0 0 0

$12.50 100.0%

MIDTOWN

ST. JOHN BUILDING CORP 1924 S UTICA TULSA, OK 74104

UTICA SERVICES / MIKE ABBOTT / 918-744-2965 1923 S UTICA TULSA, OK 74104

123,480 14 1975

0 0 0

$14 100%

MIDTOWN

THE COLONIAL BUILDING 1325 E 15TH ST TULSA, OK 74120

TULSA LAND COMPANY LLC / JOSHUA A. WALKER / 918-605-2807 1325 EAST 15TH ST., SUITE 200, TULSA, OK 74120

29,173 2 1927

0 0 0

$18 100%

MIDTOWN

UTICA PLACE 2200 S UTICA PL TULSA, OK 74114

UTICA PLAZA CO., LLC / MISTY SIMMONS / 918-955-1300 21ST & UTICA TULSA, OK 74114

110,000 10 2008

6,000 6,000 0

$25 94.5%

MIDTOWN

UTICA PLAZA 2100 S UTICA TULSA, OK 74114

UTICA PLAZA CO., LLC / MISTY SIMMONS / 918-955-1300 21ST & UTICA TULSA, OK 74114

115,558 5 1996

0 0 0

$19 100.0%

MIDTOWN

WESTERN FINANCIAL CENTER 4880 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74105

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

50,098 2 1983

13,717 18,040 0

$15 64.0%

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

NORTH NORTH

AIRPORT OFFICE WAREHOUSE 2133 N SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74115

WOLF GROUP PROPERTIES, LLC / HOWARD WOLF / 918-584-1425 320 S BOSTON AVE, SUITE 202, TULSA, OK 74103

29,680 1 2002

4,200 10,000 0

$6 66.3%

NORTH

VERIZON CHEROKEE CAMPUS 6929 N LAKEWOOD AVE TULSA, OK 74117

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63RD PL., STE. 400 TULSA, OK 74133

860,000 2 1985

145,994 366,345 0

$13 57.8%

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

53,755 1 1969

30,000 22,088 0

$12.50 58.9%

NORTHEAST NE

GREEN VALLEY CENTER 11333 E PINE ST TULSA, OK 74116

OWASSO OWASSO

FIRST BANK CENTER 8601 N GARNETT ROAD OWASSO, OK 74055

TRINITY CORPORATE REAL ESTATE ADVISORS, LLC / DEREK BATEMAN / 918-493-8888 2448 EAST 81ST, SUITE 188, TULSA, OK 74137

65,000 2 2009

12,000 23,900

$19 63.2%

OWASSO

VILLAGE OFFICE 8551 N 125TH AVE OWASSO, OK 74055

OWASSSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

19,700 2 2004

2,772 2,772 0

$17 85.9%

SOUTH SOUTH

51 YALE BUILDING 5110 S YALE TULSA, OK 74135

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

69,960 5 1982

4,226 12,503 0

$13.50 82.1%

SOUTH

6655 LEWIS BUILDING 6655 LEWIS BUILDING TULSA, OK 74135

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / MATT SURRETT / 918-745-1133 6846 S. CANTON AVE., SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

50,672 3 1986

21,406 34,565

$18.50 31.8%

SOUTH

7127 RIVERSIDE 7127 S RIVERSIDE TULSA, OK 74136

TRAK-1 / DAN ROBERTS / 918-779-7000 7131 RIVERSIDE PARKWAY TULSA, OK 74136

36,273 1 1993

0 0 0

$13 100%

SOUTH

AMERICAN PLAZA 6011 S URBANA AVE TULSA, OK 74101

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / MATT MARDIS / 918-481-5380 5810 E. SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

81,000 8 2013

2,936 2,936

$23.50 96.4%

SOUTH

ATLANTA SOUTH OFFICE PARK 2502-2532 E 71ST TULSA, OK 74136

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

81,450 1 1980

2,277 6,705 0

$12 91.8%

SOUTH

AUTUMN OAKS 6846 S CANTON TULSA, OK 74136

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / MATT SURRETT / 918-745-1133 6846 S. CANTON AVE., SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

117,590 7 1982

21,714 29,430 0

$15 75%

SOUTH

BANC FIRST BUILDING 7625 E 51ST TULSA, OK 74145

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

34,164 5 1983

0 0 0

SOUTH

BRADEN PARK 7170 S BRADEN TULSA, OK 74136

CBRE, INC. / TERRY PAYNE / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

26,333 2 1990

739 0 0

$14.50 100%

SOUTH

BRADFORD PLACE 9175 S YALE TULSA, OK 74137

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / PAM AVISON / 918-745-1133 6846 S. CANTON AVE., SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

30,000 3 2002

0 0 0

$18.50 100%

SOUTH

BRANIFF MART 5401 S SHERIDAN AVE TULSA, OK 74145

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MONTY BERRY, CCIM / 918-280-9900 5801 E 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

32,000 0 1978

4,200 10,500 0

$10 67.2%

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100%


PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SOUTH

BRIDGEPORT III 6450 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

SOUTH

CENTRAL BANK BUILDING 8908 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74137

SOUTH

CITYPLEX TOWERS

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

48,499 3 1986

4,462 8,210 0

$14.50 83.1%

53,177 24 1984/1995

2,466 2,466 0

$19 95.4%

• 24/7 operations & security • On-site food court, conference & banquet facilities, meeting rooms, auditoriums, convenience store • Large, efficient floor plates • Two primary electrical feeds with automatic transfer • Dual entrance sonet ring fiber optics • Additional development sites for build-to-suit

2408-2488 East 81st Street

Contact: Michael Predovic, Trinity Corporate Real Estate Advisors, 918-493-8888 SOUTH

CITYPLEX TOWERS 2408-2488 E 81ST TULSA, OK 74137

TRINITY CORPORATE REAL ESTATE ADVISORS, LLC / MICHAEL PREDOVIC / 918-493-8888 2448 EAST 81ST, SUITE 188, TULSA, OK 74137

1,549,172 60 1981

88,850 606,242 0

$14-15 60.9%

SOUTH

COPPER OAKS (PHASES I & II) 7010-7060 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

NEWMARK GRUBB LEVY STRANGE BEFFORT / WARREN STEWART / 918-481-3200 2021 S LEWIS, SUITE 410, TULSA, OK 74104-5710

55,790 21 1983

1,037 4,171 0

$14.50 92.5%

SOUTH

CORPORATE OAKS 5555 E 71ST TULSA, OK 74136

OIL CAPITAL COMMERCIAL / MIKE SCHNAKE / 918-622-6066 5555 E 71ST ST, SUITE 8300, TULSA, OK 74136

52,257 3 1984

2,856 12,335 0

$14.50 76.4%

SOUTH

ETON SQUARE OFFICE CENTRE 8321 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

TULSAPROPERTIES.COM, LLC / RANDOLPH PHILLIPS / 918-743-7788 P O BOX 52611

43,446 2 1985

11,854 14,373 0

$11 66.9%

SOUTH

EXECUTIVE CENTER I & II

• • • • • • •

7136 South Yale Avenue

Superb Corner Location at 71st and Yale Newly Renovated Lobbies and Common Areas On-site Management Attractive Landscaping Ample Parking On-site Banking, Deli and Other Amenities Fiber Telecommunications Available

Contact: Scott Morgan, Coury Properties, Inc., 918-556-8214 SOUTH

EXECUTIVE CENTER I 7136 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

COURY PROPERTIES, INC. / SCOTT MORGAN / 918-583-0201 7134 S YALE, SUITE 400 TULSA, OK 74136

73,637 5 1982

5,393 10,247 0

$16.50 86.1%

SOUTH

EXECUTIVE CENTER II 7134 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

COURY PROPERTIES, INC. / SCOTT MORGAN / 918-583-0201 7134 S YALE, SUITE 400 TULSA, OK 74136

113,369 9 1984

14,180 23,334 0

$16.50 79.4%

SOUTH

FOX PLAZA 5416 S YALE TULSA, OK 74135

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

80,930 6 1970

3,449 13,688 0

$12 83.1%

SOUTH

GEOPHYSICAL RESOURCE CAMPUS 8801 S YALE TULSA, OK 74137

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. / JARED ANDRESEN / 918-359-3520 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

104,530 5 1984

6,470 25,133 0

$21 76.0%

SOUTH

GEOPHYSICAL RESOURCE CAMPUS 8811 S YALE (NEW BUILDING) TULSA, OK, 74137

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. / JARED ANDRESEN / 918-359-3520 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

104,530 4 2015

6,470 25,133 0

$21 76.0%

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

SOUTH

GRACE BUSINESS CENTER 6218 S LEWIS AVE TULSA, OK 74136

CBRE, INC. / LESLIE KIRKPATRICK CORNELL / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

25,478 2 1973

5,433 5,433

$13.50 78.7%

SOUTH

HILLCREST SOUTH 8803 S 101ST E AVE TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / MATT REESE / 918-665-3830 1401 S BOULDER AVE, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

122,752 3 1999

10,476 19,273

$20.00 84.3%

SOUTH

IBC TOWER 2250 E 73RD ST TULSA, OK 74136

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 8242 SOUTH HARVARD, SUITE I TULSA, OK 74137

62,998 6 1982

6,632 10,158

$16 83.9%

SOUTH

INTERNATIONAL TOWER 5200 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74135

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

32,836 7

2,295 11,786 0

$12 64.1%

SOUTH

KAISER BUILDING 6733 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

NEWMARK GRUBB LEVY STRANGE BEFFORT / WARREN STEWART / 918-481-3200 2021 S LEWIS, SUITE 410, TULSA, OK 74104-5710

54,900 5 1990

0

SOUTH

KENSINGTON BUSINESS CENTER 7140 S LEWIS AVE TULSA, OK 74136

RUFFIN PROPERTIES / CARL VINCENT / 918-493-7100 7130 S LEWIS, SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

235,973 2 1983

16,542 56,183 0

$15.50 76.2%

SOUTH

KENSINGTON TOWER I 7130 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

RUFFIN PROPERTIES / CARL VINCENT / 918-493-7100 7130 S LEWIS, SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

164,592 10 1984

46,039 79,483 0

$18.50 51.7%

SOUTH

LEWIS PARK 5319 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74105

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E 63RD PL, SUITE 400 TULSA, OK 74133

17,805 2 1985

0 0 0

$13 100%

SOUTH

LEWIS SQUARE OFFICE PARK 6202 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

PARAMOUNT COMMERCIAL PROP. / ALAN HARJU / 918-743-8000 6202 S LEWIS, SUITE E, TULSA, OK 74136

28,344 1 1981

1,845 2,858 0

$13 89.9%

SOUTH

MARKET PLACE WEST 9410 E 51ST ST TULSA , OK 74145

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / MAX HEIDENREICH / 918-745-1133 6846 S CANTON AVE, SUITE 250, TULSA, OK 74136

27,160 1984

1,928 1,928 0

$8.25 92.9%

SOUTH

MIDFIRST BANK PLAZA 7050 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

44,870 4 1979

12,194 39,384 0

$14.50 12.2%

SOUTH

OAK CLIFF TERRACE I & II 6711 & 6717 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

36,005 2 1976

2,387 3,583 0

$12 90%

SOUTH

ONE MEMORIAL PLACE 7633 E 63RD PL TULSA, OK 74133

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E 63RD PL, SUITE 400 TULSA, OK 74133

88,796 5 1981

14,497 33,268 0

$16.50 62.5%

SOUTH

OXFORD PLACE

• • • • • •

6600 & 6666 S Sheridan

$13.50 100%

Superb South Tulsa Location Covered Parking Richly Appointed Entries and Common Areas Flexible floor plans Abundant Landscaping Major Remodel & Improvements Completed in 2013

Contact: Alan Harju, Paramount Commercial Properties, LLC, 918-743-8000 or 918-645-2355 SOUTH

OXFORD PLACE 6600-6666 S SHERIDAN ROAD TULSA, OK 74133

SOUTH

PARK TOWERS 5314 South Yale Avenue

PARAMOUNT COMMERCIAL PROP. / ALAN HARJU / 918-743-8000 6202 S LEWIS, SUITE E, TULSA, OK 74136

82,611 4 1986/2013 • • • • • • •

7,240 12,265 0

$17 85.2%

On-site banking w/Drive-Thru Convenient location in the geographic center of Tulsa along the popular Yale Office corridor overlooking Lafortune Park Recently renovated building lobby Distinctive architecture makes Park Towers one of the most identifiable buildings in the city Local ownership ensures prompt and professional attention to Tenant’s needs Abudant surface parking lot with recent asphalt overlay and re-striping Efficient floor plates with small and large blocks

Contact: Jason M. Kennon, Case & Associates Properties, Inc., 918-492-1983

SOUTH

PARK TOWERS 5314 S YALE TULSA, OK 74135

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CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

110,020 11 1981

5,000 13,000 0

$17 88.2%


PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

SOUTH

PRISM OFFICE BUILDING 8282 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

80,450 4 1982

0 0 0

$16 100%

SOUTH

RICH & CARTMILL BUILDING 2738 E 51ST TULSA, OK 74105

COATES COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, LLC / PATRICK COATES, CCIM / 918-610-0700 4111 S. DARLINGTON, STE 640, TULSA, OK 74135

45,683 4 1985

1,656 1,656 0

$15.50 96.4%

SOUTH

RICHMOND PLAZA

• • • •

Attractive granite and glass exterior Stunning views of the city Immediate access to the city’s expressway system Less than 15 minutes to Downtown, and to Tulsa’s International and Riverside Airports • Near hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and recreation • On-Site banking facilities with ATM

4200 East Skelly Drive

Contact: Jason M. Kennon, Case & Associates Properties, Inc., 918-492-1983 SOUTH

RICHMOND PLAZA 4200 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74135

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

166,332 11 1983

15,000 35,000 0

$21.50 79.0%

SOUTH

RIVERBRIDGE OFFICE PARK 1323 E 71ST TULSA, OK 74136

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

63,838 4 1984

17,015 30,779 0

$14.50 51.8%

SOUTH

RIVERWALK CROSSING 300-100 RIVERWALK JENKS, OK 74137

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / MATT MARDIS / 918-481-5380 5810 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

111,162 2

11,700 13,500

$15 87.9%

SOUTH

ROAD SCIENCE BUILDING 6502 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74136

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. / JARED ANDRESEN / 918-359-3520 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

188,041 3 1987

109,508 109,508 109,508

$12 41.8%

SOUTH

SHADOW MOUNTAIN OFFICE CENTER 5840 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

66,500 3 1980

9,529 27,222 0

$10.50 59.1%

SOUTH

SOUTHERN HILLS TOWER 2431 East 61st Street

• • • •

Magnificent view of Southern Hills Country Club and Golf Course Executive Covered Parking High Quality, Class A Office Building Nearby restaurants, retail centers, hotel, convention facilities and exclusive residential neighborhoods • Easy access to I-44, Hwy 75, Riverside Drive and the Creek Nation Turnpike • On-site banking facilities with drive-thru and ATM Contact: Jason M. Kennon, Case & Associates Properties, Inc., 918-492-1983

SOUTH

SOUTHERN HILLS TOWER 2431 E 61ST TULSA, OK 74136

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

151,879 8 1981

14,000 30,000 0

$21 80.2%

SOUTH

SOUTHERN OAKS 7335 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. / JARED ANDRESEN / 918-359-3520 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

31,728 3 1985

3,545 10,283 0

$15 67.6%

SOUTH

SOUTHERN RIDGE

• • • • • • •

6506 South Lewis Avenue

Prime Locations near Southern Hills Country Club Renovated Lobbies and Common Areas Ample Lighted Parkings 24-hour Access Fiber Telecommunications Available Prompt Attention by Building Management Attractive Lease Rates

Contact: Scott Morgan, Coury Properties, Inc., 918-556-8214 SOUTH

SOUTHERN RIDGE 6506 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

COURY PROPERTIES, INC. / SCOTT MORGAN / 918-583-0201 7134 S YALE, SUITE 400 TULSA, OK 74136

65,705 2 1984

4,347 12,540 0

$13 80.9%

SOUTH

THE PARK 5151-5157 E 51ST TULSA, OK 74135

FEARS & CLARK / BRAXTON FEARS / 918-481-2080 11620 E SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74135

56,756 2 1977

56,756 56,756 0

$12.50 0%

SOUTH

THERMAFIL BUILDING 5001 E 68TH ST TULSA, OK 74136

NEWMARK GRUBB LEVY STRANGE BEFFORT / WARREN STEWART / 918-481-3200 2021 S LEWIS, SUITE 410, TULSA, OK 74104-5710

49,775 5 1985

9,859 11,594 0

$13.50 76.7%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) FLOORS YEAR BUILT

CONTIGUOUS SPACE TOTAL AVAILABLE SUBLEASE SPACE

GROSS RENTAL RATE % LEASED

SOUTH

THREE MEMORIAL PLACE 7615 E 63RD PL TULSA, OK 74133

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

44,870 2 1982

6,934 12,159 0

$15 72.9%

SOUTH

TRIAD CENTER I 7666 E 61ST TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / MARY MARTIN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

146,945 6 1982

15,407 58,786

$16.50 60.0%

SOUTH

TRIAD II 7645 E 63RD ST TULSA, OK 74133

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

151,023 6 1986

87,000 105,582 0

$15 30.1%

SOUTH

TWO MEMORIAL PLACE 8023 E 63RD PL TULSA, OK 74133

PARADIGM REALTY ADVISORS / CARRIE CLAIBORNE / 918-665-1900 4500 S GARNETT, SUITE 600, TULSA, OK 74146

134,183 8 1982

15,638 20,473 0

$16.50 84.7%

SOUTH

WALNUT CREEK OFFICE COMPLEX 82ND & HARVARD TULSA, OK 74137

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

19,605

1,113 1,290 0

$14 93.4%

SOUTH

WARREN PLACE

• Nearly one million square feet of office space in two award-winning towers • Central South Tulsa location - 61st and Yale • 52 acre landscaped office campus • Located with the elegant Doubletree Hotel

6100 South Yale Avenue

Contact: Kelly McKoy, 918-403-9160 kmckoy@mckoycompnay.com SOUTH

WARREN PLACE ONE 6100 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

MCKOY COMPANY / KELLY MCKOY / 918-491-9267 6100 S. YALE AVE, SUITE 390 TULSA, OK 74136

470,025 20 1983

23,294 89,953 71,582

$24.50 80.9%

SOUTH

WARREN PLACE TWO 6120 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

MCKOY COMPANY / KELLY MCKOY / 918-491-9267 6100 S. YALE AVE, SUITE 390 TULSA, OK 74136

489,870 19 1986

26,275 36,807

$24.50 92.5%

SOUTH

WATERFORD PLAZA 9108 S SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

28,883 1 2007

8,993 11,193 0

$15 61.2%

SOUTH

YORKTOWN PLAZA 2087 E 71ST ST, 2ND FLOOR TULSA, OK 74136

CBRE, INC. / JULIE EDWARDS / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

56,000 12

56,000 56,000

0.0%

SOUTH

BRIDGEPORT OFFICE PARK 6400 S LEWIS AVE TULSA, OK 74136

DLRE, INC. / DANNY OVERTON / 918-895-6700 3015 E. SKELLY DR., STE.410 TULSA, OK 74105

36,000 2 1982

14,000 1,000

$12.50 97.2%

SOUTHWEST SW

FIRST OKLAHOMA BANK BUILDING 100 S RIVERFRONT DR JENKS, OK 74037

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

58,000 6 2014

0 0 0

$22 100%

SW

GATEWAY OFFICE PLAZA US HWY 75 @ W 96TH ST JENKS, OK 74037

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E SKELLY DR, SUITE 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

85,000 4 2015

21,250 42,500 0

$25.50 50.0%

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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NAIOP 2018 NAIOP Oklahoma Members

DICK ALABACK McGraw Commercial Properties

DAVID BENDEL Siegfried Companies Inc.

JOSH CHESNEY Cyntergy AEC

NATHAN ELLSWORTH Ellsworth Contraction

BRIAN L. HUMPHREY First Pryority Bank

GRANT ALLEN HUB International

PAM BEWLEY Commercial Title & Escrow Services Inc.

MEGAN CHINOWTH, NCIDQ GH2 Architects

TANDA FRANCIS Price Edwards & Co.

BRIAN HUNT, CCIM Cherokee Nation Businesses

HANNAH M. ALTOM Corporate Realty Advisors LLC

ROSS BISHOP Grand Bank

AARON A. GADDY Claymore Group LLC

COLLIER IMGRUND Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort

OWEN ARD, MAI JLL Valuation & Advisory Services

RACHEL BLANKENSHIP Secure Title & Escrow LLC

STEVE GANZKOW American Residential

CARA LEIGH INGRAM McGraw Commercial Properties

DILON ARGO McGraw Commercial Properties

LISA BRANDES, RPA McGraw Commercial Properties

BLAKE GOSSETT RECO Enterprises

TIM JAMES Crossfirst Bank

DREW ARY Keller Williams Realty

SUSAN BUCK Flintco LLC

JOHN GRAY McGraw Commercial Properties

WILLIAM B. JONES PrayWalker

DAVID E. ATKINSON One Property Management

CHRIS J. BUMGARNER Bumgarner Asset Management

RICK GUILD Guild Company LLC

CRYSTAL KELLER Crystal Keller Consulting LLC

DEREK J. BATEMAN Trinity Corporate Real Estate Advisors LLC

BO BYERS Byers Company

RETA HALLAM LDKerns Contractors

JASON M. KENNON, CCIM Case & Associates

JOSEPH HARDZOG American Heritage Bank

DAVE KOLLMANN Flintco LLC

ZACHARY HARRIS Stan Johnson Company

GARY KRISMAN McGraw Commercial Properties

BRIAN BEAM Owasso Land Trust

WILLIAM P. BEICHLER, CCIM McGraw Commercial Properties

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JARED L. CABLE First National Bank & Trust

CHRISTOPHER CARTER Shareholder Hall Estill

JACOB M. CLAYMAN CBRE

STEPHANIE CLIFF HUB International

DAVID COBB Terracon Consultants Inc.

ANDREW K. COFFEY Arvest Bank

KEVIN COULTER Kevin Avery Coulter

NEIL T. DAILEY McGraw Commercial Properties

ANDREW D. DOSSEY McGraw

JAY DYER Arvest Bank


ALEX LEIKAM Bank of Oklahoma N.A.

JOE NEAL Price Family Properties

KRISTI RADEBAUGH Larco Properties LLC

ROBERT K LEIKAM American Residential Group LLC

BRADY NGUYEN Capital Insurance Partners LLC.

ERIC RALSTON Crossfirst Bank

MIKE LESTER Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort

ALICIA J. NOLEN GBR Properties

CHRIS RECTOR Firstar Bank

KIMBERLY LEWIS FirsTitle & Abstract Services LLC

CRAIG O’CONNOR HUB International

CASSIE REESE Crossland Construction

NICHOLAS LOMBARDI Frisbie Lombardi Commercial Real Estate Services

THOMAS P. O’KEEFE INTRUST Bank

DANIEL REGAN Price Family Properties

CHAD OSGOOD Highgate General Contractors Inc.

ERIN RENFROW Roofing Life

DANNY OVERTON DLRE Inc.

WILLIAM RICHERT Richert Properties Inc.

BOB PARKER Owasso Land Trust

DAVIS ROBSON Robson Companies

GENE PHILLIPS, P.E. Wallace Engineering

JOE ROBSON The Robson Companies Inc.

BOB PIELSTICKER, SIOR CBRE

JOSHUA D. ROBY Grand Bank

ALEXANDER J. POWELL CBRE

PATRICK ROONEY First National Bank of Oklahoma

NICK PROBST, CCIM Corporate Realty Advisors LLC

HUNT ROSE Stan Johnson Company

STEPHANIE D. PUTZKE Cyntergy AEC

MIKE SCHAUF II Custom Cleaning

DAVID LOONEY McGraw Commercial Properties

RONALD S. LOONEY BLR Properties Inc.

RYAN LYNCH Bank2

MICHAEL G. MAHANEY Paine & Associates LLC

MATTHEW C. MARDIS Paine & Associates LLC

RYAN MCDANIEL Blue Sky Bank

BILL MILLER BancFirst Tulsa

SCOTT MORGAN Coury Properties

TAMIE SEMLER Secure Title & Escrow LLC

CAITLIN D. SHORES W/S Commercial

KARA SMITH Rupe Helmer Group

LAUREN SMITH Valley National Bank

JOEY SNYDER First Fidelity Bank

ASHLEY L. STEPHENSON WorkSpace Resource Inc.

DAVID STEWART Mid-America Industrial Park

ALAN TAYLOR Wallace Engineering

MATT THOMPSON Thompson Construction Inc.

BRIEN THORSTENBERG Tulsa Regional Chamber

JASON TING Ting Realty

CAREY VELEZ McGraw Commercial Properties

CARL VINCENT Ruffin Properties

STEVEN WATTS Addax Development

KENNETH WEBB Blackshare Environmental Solutions

CAREY WEDDLE American Heritage Bank

LUKE WESTERFIELD Tulsa Property Group LLC

KELLY WIECZOREK Larco Properties LLC

MATT WILKINSON Mabrey Bank

DEBRA WIMPEE Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP

LARRY E. WOFFORD The University of Tulsa

ALICIA WOHL GH2 Architects

CRAIG TOMLINSON, SIOR Stan Johnson Company

CAITIE-BETH TRUITT Truco Development

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R E TA I L O V E R V I E W

HIGH TIMES FOR 2019? Several factors contribute to an optimistic outlook for the retail sector. As we moved through 2017 and into 2018 key retail indicators continued to improve significantly. Consumer confidence rose and currently is at an 11-year high. Employment and job security is as high as they have been in decades. Inflation remained in check while interest rates remained tenable. Banking and lending regulations also have eased and, generally, overall retail and restaurant sales year over year have seen positive growth after years of flat or declining numbers.

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R E TA I L O V E R V I E W

According to the Q1 CBRE retail report, total

Regionally, including primary markets in larg-

metro retail sales are forecasted to reach $11.3

er cities, there seems to have been a long lag

billion in 2018, reflecting a 4.1 percent increase

between these positive signals of a strength-

over last year. These factors would all contrib-

ening retail rebound and the actual activity on

ute to optimism for the near future of the retail

the ground, especially in certain sectors such as

environment. However,

soft goods and specialty during

the

stores. In our market over

same time several nation-

the past six months, if you

al tenants such as Toys R

remove the recent 10,000

Us, Sears, Fresh Market,

calls for medical marijua-

Macy’s, JC Penney and Applebee’s, among a growing list of others, are contracting

and/or

closing

stores regionally or nationwide. Generally, this has elicited the ongoing concern that brick-and-mortar retail may be on the decline. This impression has filtered into local and regional retailers fearing that e-commerce marks the end of, or significantly impacts, their ability to compete in the

Based on current market conditions, and if retailers continue to see sales improve within the market, the next year should see an uptick in overall activity.

stores,

general

market

activity in Tulsa has been rather anemic. While there have been spikes here and there, activity has not been consistent or of a particularly high overall quality. Except for some of the newer infill or Class A properties which have initially commanded rents in the high $20’s and $30’s, overall rents particularly in Class B and C properties

marketplace. Additionally,

have

the fact that most retailers

ly stagnant and creative

also have been grinding

deal structures and induce-

through the past several

ments continue to be nec-

remained

relative-

years with lackluster sales, creates a more con-

essary to appeal to established retailers and

servative and cautious expansion strategy even

even for “gun shy” local retailers and startups.

as we experience a stronger economy.

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RETAIL MARKET

effects will be more impactful from a national

Although the general impression seems to be

standpoint rather than locally since several re-

that brick-and-mortar retail might be on its

tailers closing their doors are not in our market

death bed, it is my opinion that this is an in-

and those that are have already exited, such as

accurate assumption of the future of the shop-

Sears and Kmart.

ping center industry. Retail continually evolves. E-sales are being incorporated into brick-and-

DEVELOPMENT

mortar concepts on local, regional and nation-

Although several national developers continue

al levels and store sizes and store counts are

to work on larger retail projects on the west

being made more efficient to account for it.

side of Tulsa, Broken Arrow and other peripher-

Conversely, we see e-retailers moving toward

al trade areas, they are completely tenant-driv-

incorporating brick-and-mortar stores into their

en and require strong pre-commitments and

concepts as customers seek the benefits of

credit in order to proceed. Coupled with the

what physical stores provide.

current decline in interest from the secondary

According to Shopping Centers Today,

market, such as institutional investors in what

e-sales represents only 5.2 percent of total re-

they consider smaller and riskier markets, larg-

tail sales. Brick-and-mortar accounts for 90.1

er projects may be slower in coming on line in

percent of those sales. When it is reported that

the near future as exit strategies are impacted.

e-sales are up 30 percent, that is only relative

Smaller in-fill projects are still active, and

to their 5.2 percent of the market share, not of

although they also require the same amount of

total retail sales. That statistic alone provides

focus on pre-leasing and overall credit. If posi-

some perspective on the future of retail.

tioned well within a strong sub-market, these

Will there be a hybridization of both points

appeal not only to tenants, but also to a larg-

of sale? Definitely. It’s happening now. Will one

er local and regional investment base. These

usurp the other? Highly doubtful. A more likely

centers can capitalize on the stronger restau-

outcome is that efficiencies in store sizes, cus-

rant and service sectors that can provide some

tomer interactions and service will eventually

insulation against some of the slower retail

provide an overall better and more rounded

categories — especially since the list of food

experience for the shopper.

and small tenant users typically is much more

Unfortunately, the transition will be ugly as stores close in non-performing markets or

robust and will pay the higher rents that are required.

resize their prototypes creating large chunks

Currently there are a lot of out-of-state buy-

of vacancy across the country. Hopefully thhe

ers interested in value-added shopping cen-

The corner of East 15th Street and South Peoria Avenue became the location for the city’s first suburban traffic light.

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ters that can be redeveloped. The ability to

fitness, a full-service gym, will be backfilling the

buy higher cap rate assets compared to larger

57,000-square-foot Albertson’s on the south-

markets is appealing although even then the

west corner of East 51st Street and South Me-

analytics these buyers employ is rather conser-

morial Drive. QSR and fast food concepts such

vative as the relationship between upside, risk

as Chipotle, Panera Bread, Captain D’s, Raising

and capital deployment are weighted strongly

Cane’s, Del Taco, Dunkin Donuts and Tropical

in accordance with current market conditions.

Smoothie are among a long list that continue to consider entry into the market or expan-

TRANSACTIONS: LEASING AND SALES

sion of their market coverage. Urban Adven-

There has not been any data on 2018 sale trans-

tures, an activity-based entertainment venue,

actions of any significant retail properties be-

is backfilling the vacated Reasor’s anchor space

sides several small, older unanchored centers.

at Country Club Plaza at the southeast corner

Crossing Oaks sold last year and the develop-

of East 51st Street and South Harvard Avenue.

ers continue to complete the redevelopment

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of this center on the southwest corner of East

EXPECTATIONS FOR 2018 AND 2019

71st Street and South Memorial Drive, with the

Based on current market conditions, and if re-

addition of Winco, new shop space and the re-

tailers continue to see sales improve within the

positioning of the Ross Dress For Less store.

market, the next year should see an uptick in

Tulsa Hills, the 700,000-square-foot center at

overall activity. As businesses rebound finan-

Highway 75 and West 71st Street owned by

cially and capital becomes more accessible,

Inland American Retail Trust, recently sold for

the opportunities for retailers and restaurants

a reported $70 million to RD Investments, a

to reposition or expand should increase. With

Dallas investment group.

these conditions the old adage “grow or die”

Several grocery stores and retailers have

becomes more applicable and the expectation

added stores or are seeking expansion within

that a more conservative but healthier demand

the Tulsa MSA.

will create a more active retail environment.

In the grocery store sector, Winco, Aldi and

New, larger developments will probably be

Sprouts continue to look for coverage. Burl-

slower to come on line. Infill developments and

ington, Home Goods, Five Below, Dollar Tree

free-standing build-to-suit opportunities will

and several players in the fitness sector are

continue at a faster pace. In spite of national

entering or expanding within the MSA. VASA

tenant bankruptcies and anticipated on-going

Tulsa is the birthplace of the iconic Route 66 highway that originally ran from Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California.


HUNGRY FOR TRAFFIC? closures

and

realignments,

our market may not be directly exposed to this volatility as many of these retailers are not in the market or have already closed. National retailers are still interested in Tulsa and if larger developments can get out of the ground there is demand. If investors become more interested in secondary markets then developers can be expected to bring more

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it may be a bumpy ride, but a healthier and more creative brick-and-mortar inventory may be the result. So as always, we remain cautious but optimistic. There are encouraging signs that the local retail market may continue to improve and offer opportunities for retailers, developers and landlords alike during the foreseeable near future even if currently, conditions are tempered by the factors referenced herein. •

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

BROKEN ARROW BA

ASPEN CREEK 2000 W HOUSTON ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / BOB REPPE / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

36,794 85.9% 1984

2,090 3,100 5,190

$9 $12 $2.95

BA

BIG LOT CENTER / SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE 91ST & ELM NW/C BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

42,000 100.0% 1992

0 0 0

$8 $10 $1.32

BA

BROKEN ARROW PLAZA RETAIL CENTER 6405-6450 S ELM PL BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

38,506 65.8% 2008

1,200 9,750 13,150

$18 $18 $0

BA

BROKEN ARROW TOWNE CENTRE 101ST & ELM BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

92,453 61.8% 1985

1,081 16,016 35,302

$8 $11 $2.45

BA

COUNTY LINE SHOPPING CENTER 1005-1205 E KENOSHA BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

64,828 93.9% 1979

1,311 2,617 3,928

$10 $10 $1.35

BA

KENOSHA COMMERCIAL CENTER 4601 W KENOSHA ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63RD PLACE, STE. 400 TULSA, OK 74133

25,831 61.9% 2006

1,200 2,943 9,847

$16 $17.50 $4.99

BA

KENOSHA CROSSING 1208 E. KENOSHA BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

20,000 79.9% 1998

1,401 2,615 4,016

$15

BA

LAURENWOOD SQUARE 1091 S ASPEN AVE BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

46,893 94.3% 1985

100 1,306 2,679

$9 $8 $1.44

BA

MANCHESTER SQUARE PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 1757 N. ASPEN, BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

SAMSON COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SERVICES / MIKE LESTER / 918-284-0700 1645 S. 101ST. E. AVE., STE. 101, TULSA, OK 74128

20,419 91.0% 2008

1,847 1,847 1,847

$20 $20

BA

OAKWOOD PLAZA 81ST & 145TH E AVE, S/E C BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

108,076 75.2% 1976/2000

1,130 17,000 26,760

$8.50 $8.50 $2.29

BA

PLAZA DEL SOL

$1.54

• Tulsa’s Premier “Entertainment/Experience” Neighborhood Center • Superior and convenient access 1 mile east of Memorial Drive • Casual offerings in an upscale setting • Beautiful mission-style architecture • Featuring a gorgeous water fountain in the expansive Plaza

9999 S Mingo Rd Tulsa, OK 74133

Contact: Jason M. Kennon Case & Associates Properties, Inc. 918-492-1983 BA

PLAZA DEL SOL 9999 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74133

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

46,500 96.6% 2008

1,600 1,600 1,600

$18 $18 $4.50

BA

QUAIL RUN SHOPPING CENTER 81ST & 145TH E AVE, NW CORNER BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

49,734 92.0% 1981

800 3,200 4,000

$9 $9 $1.38

BA

REDBUD CORNERS 2419 W KENOSHA BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / MARK ROONEY / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

21,250 100% 2003

0 0 0

$16

BA

REDBUD II 2409 W KENOSHA ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

30,000 100%

0 0 0

$15 $4.50

BA

SHOPS AT LYNN LANE 1700 N 9TH ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

24,630 90.3% 2008

2,400 2,400 2,400

$20 $20 $1.50

BA

THE SHOPPES AT STONE RIDGE E ALBANY (61ST) & 161ST E AVE BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

48,300 0% 2010

1,400 10,000 48,300

$14 $24 $3

BA

TIGER PLAZA 2055-2500 E KENOSHA ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74014

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

48,827 62.1% 2007

1,500 10,000 18,500

$16 $12 $2.50

BA

TOWNE CENTER PHASE I* 101ST & ELM PL BROKEN ARROW, OK 74011

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

28,450 85.1% 1984

702 2,562 4,239

$8.50 $8.50 $3.84

BA

TURTLE CREEK 81ST & 145TH E AVE BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

35,720 96.5% 1985

100 1,248 1,248

$8.50 $8 $1.47

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

BA

VANDEVER ACRES* 732 W NEW ORLEANS ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74011

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

79,542 82.5% 1984

2,000 4,005 13,905

$12 $12

BA

VANDEVER EAST CENTER* 3355 S ELM BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

OIL CAPITAL COMMERCIAL / MIKE SCHNAKE / 918-622-6066 5555 E. 71ST STREET, SUITE 8300 TULSA, OK 74136

58,921 76.0% -

5,670 8,467 14,157

$12 $7 $1.60

BA

VANDEVER EAST II SHOPPING CENTER 3321 S ELM PL BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / JIM BROWN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

31,398 42.7% 1978/1992

18,000 18,000 18,000

$5

BA

VILLAGE AT ASPEN CREEK 2016 W HOUSTON BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / BOB REPPE / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

36,794 85.9% 1985

2,090 3,100 5,190

$9 $9.50 $3.19

BA

WASHINGTON SQUARE S 161ST & E 91 BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

DLRE, INC. / DANNY OVERTON / 918-895-6700 3015 E. SKELLY DR., STE.410 TULSA, OK 74105

36,250 100.0% 1982

2,000 4,250

$8

ONE PLACE RETAIL BUILDING 201 S DENVER AVE TULSA, OK 74103

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E. SKELLY DR, STE. 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

16,733 24.5% 2012

3,742 8,896 12,638

$28 $28 $5.46

77,254 87.5% 1972/2014

1,200 3,415 9,624

$25 $20 $3.50

$0.55

CBD CBD

CENTRAL CENTRAL

1700 YALE MALL 1649 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74112

CENTRAL

401 SOUTH UTICA 401 S UTICA TULSA , OK 74104

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

24,730 100.0% 1975

8,315 8,315 0

$6 $6 $1.20

CENTRAL

ADMIRAL PLACE CENTER 6921 E ADMIRAL PL TULSA, OK 74112

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

87,158 0.0% 1960

34,905 34,905 87,158

$4 $4 $0.95

CENTRAL

BROOKE PLAZA 2601-2625 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MONTY BERRY, CCIM / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

39,000 71.8% 1964

1,000 4,000 11,000

$7 $7

CENTRAL

EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER 7820 E ADMIRAL PL TULSA, OK 74112

COMPROP REALTY, INC. / LINDA SCHAFER / 918-742-2174 5416 S. YALE TULSA, OK 74135

84,252 93.5% 1954/82

1,000 4,460 5,460

$10 $10 $1.12

CENTRAL

LEISURE SQUARE 2140-D S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74129

BUCK MEYERS INV. / BUCK MEYERS / 918-663-2224 2140-D S. MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74129

72,200 90.3%

7,000 7,000 7,000

$6 $6 $0.25

CENTRAL

LEISURE SQUARE 1515-1717 S. SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74112

DLRE, INC. / DEAN LEWIS / 918-895-6700 3015 E. SKELLY DR., STE.410 TULSA, OK 74105

53,505 100.0% 1975

7,000 27,308

$7.16

CENTRAL

MALL 31 5970 E 31ST ST TULSA, OK 74135

KEVIN W. ANDERSON & ASSOC. / KEVIN ANDERSON / 918-747-6776 2510 E 26TH ST, TULSA, OK 74114

44,460 0% 1975/88

1,685 44,460 44,460

$8.25 $7 $1.50

CENTRAL

MAYO MEADOW SHOPPING CENTER PAD SITES 21ST & YALE SWC TULSA , OK 74112

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

80,737 36.7%

51,089 51,089 51,089

$15 $15

CENTRAL

MEMORIAL RETAIL CENTER 3202 S MEMORIAL DR UNIT 8 TULSA, OK 74145

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

20,300 83.9%

1,460 1,800 3,260

$10 $10 $0.90

CENTRAL

SHERIDAN ROYAL CENTER 6380 & 6390 E 31ST TULSA, OK 74135

PROPERTY SPECIALISTS, INC. / CHARLIE NORTHCOTT / 918-665-0803 6305 E. 32ND ST., TULSA, OK 74135

28,125 94.7% 1969

720 800 1,500

$6.50 $8 $0

CENTRAL

TRI CENTER SHOPPING CENTER 2717-2757 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74129

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST PROP / JACK WRIGHT / 918-251-0707 2341 W. ALBANY, SUITE A BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

101,000 96.0% 1974/86

4,000 4,000 4,000

$9 $9 $0

CENTRAL

VILLAGE SQUARE 21ST & MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74129

JKJ REALTY CO. / JORDAN K. JAMES, CCIM / 918-495-1550 7910 S 101ST EAST AVE TULSA, OK 74133

27,666 63.0% 1985

1,500 4,946 10,246

$8 $12

$0.50

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

EAST

BRIARGLEN SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 31ST & 129TH, S/E C TULSA, OK 74134

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

32,361 92.2% 1984

2,523 2,523 2,523

$7 $7 $3.10

EAST

CROSSBOW CENTER REDEVELOPMENT 41ST & GARNETT, N/W C TULSA, OK 74146

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

82,612 15.3% 1976

70,000 70,000 70,000

$8 $9.50 $0.65

EAST

EASTERN VILLAGE 21ST & 125TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74129

VENTURE PROPERTIES / MIKE MCLANE / 918-747-8700 4835 S. PEORIA, SUITE 20 TULSA, OK 74105

32,502 55.7% 1980

2,000 8,400 14,000

$7.50 $8 $0.65

EAST

GARNETT CROSSING 11101-11215 E 31ST TULSA, OK 74146

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

57,755 55.3% 1975/2006

1,113 12,000 25,791

EAST

GARNETT PLAZA 11333 E 21ST ST TULSA, OK 74129

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

29,710 100% 1983

EAST

INTERNATIONAL PLAZA 21ST AND GARNETT NW C TULSA, OK 74129

TULSA COMM. PROP. SERV. / MAUREEN PAYNE & SAM STEEL / 918-742-2417 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 207K, TULSA, OK 74135

69,618 100.0% -

0 0 0

$0 $0 $0.65

EAST

MARINA SHOPPING CENTER 9902 E 21ST ST TULSA, OK 74129

WOLF GROUP PROPERTIES, LLC / HOWARD WOLF / 918-584-1425 320 S. BOSTON AVE., STE. 202, TULSA, OK 74103

39,723 71.0% 1995

0 11,500 11,500

$9.50

EAST

NORTHEAST PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 1116-1148 S GARNETT ST TULSA, OK 74128

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

79,900 90.0% 1973

8,000 8,000 8,000

$8 $8 $0

EAST

SCISSORTAIL SQUARE 12737 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

46,077 36.3% 1983

1,147 8,138 29,341

EAST

TOWNEAST ADMIRAL & 193RD E AVE, S/E C CATOOSA, OK 74133

BUCK MEYERS INV. / BUCK MEYERS / 918-663-2224 2140-D S. MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74129

57,605 100.0% 1985

0 0 0

EAST

$9 $4.50 $0.40

MIDTOWN MIDTOWN

21ST & YALE FORMER SEARS 21ST & YALE TULSA , OK 74112

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / JUSTIN BROWN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

18,000 -900%

MIDTOWN

8200 TRADE CENTER 8210-8290 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74145

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / BRAD BALDWIN / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

92,950 42.8% 1974

1,440 7,560 53,160

$5 $5

MIDTOWN

BROOKSIDE MARKET 38TH & PEORIA TULSA, OK 74105

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

14,674 91.3%

1,272 1,272 1,272

$14.50 $14.50 $3.28

MIDTOWN

BROOKTOWNE 4329 S PEORIA AVE TULSA, OK 74105

25,050 92.9% 2000

1,785 1,785 1,785

$17 $17 $3

MIDTOWN

CROSSROADS SERVICE CENTER 41ST & SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74135

MONTE DUNHAM R.E. / PERRY DUNHAM / 918-627-4230 6355 E. 41ST ST. TULSA, OK 74145

38,572 100.0%

0 0 0

$8 $6

MIDTOWN

FONTANA SHOPPING CENTER 5100 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

OIL CAPITAL COMMERCIAL / MIKE SCHNAKE / 918-622-6066 5555 E. 71ST STREET, SUITE 8300 TULSA, OK 74136

314,610 72.6% 1973

743 23,761 86,203

$12 $6 $2.15

180,000

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

MIDTOWN

HARVARD SHOPS 3215 S. HARVARD AVE. TULSA, OK 74135

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

20,587 90.3% 1955

731 1,269 2,000

$10 $10 $0.27

MIDTOWN

HARVARD VILLAGE 2600 S HARVARD TULSA, OK 74114

ADWON REALTY INC. / JOE ADWON / 918-749-7966 P.O. BOX 701116 TULSA, OK 74170

45,444 59.0% 1955

0 0 18,644

$12

MIDTOWN

HIGHLAND PLAZA 5505-5667 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74135

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

100,623 68.3% 1963/2007

1,000 4,160 31,900

$10 $10 $1.69

MIDTOWN

LINCOLN PLAZA ON CHERRY STREET 1304 E 15TH ST TULSA, OK 74120

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

40,108 88.6% 1910/93

1,015 1,015 4,585

$8 $10 $5.19

MIDTOWN

MAXIM BUSINESS PARK 4305 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

107,387 84.6% 1984

1,599 5,162 16,518

$7 $7

MIDTOWN

MEMORIAL PARK SHOPPING CENTER 51ST & MEMORIAL, N/E C TULSA, OK 74145

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / KATHRYN BASNETT-LOPEZ / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET, TULSA, OK 74137

38,964 58.6% 1971

1,800 5,000 16,140

$10 $7 $2.76

MIDTOWN

OLDE VILLAGE CENTER & SHOPPES 1320 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74105

VENTURE PROPERTIES / MIKE MCLANE / 918-747-8700 4835 S. PEORIA, SUITE 20 TULSA, OK 74105

63,275 96.0% 1953

1,152 1,410 2,562

$13 $13 $0.65

MIDTOWN

PARK LANE SHOPPING CENTER 51ST & SHERIDAN, N/W C TULSA, OK 74135

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

148,951 93.6% 1967

3,400 6,123 9,523

$9 $5 $0

MIDTOWN

SHERIDAN COMMERCIAL CENTER 4307-4319 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74145

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

21,990 100.0% 1973

0 0 0

$12 $12

MIDTOWN

SOUTHROADS SHOPPING CENTER 4945 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74135

CBRE, INC. / CBRE OKC / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

305,373 58.8% 1967/97

2,373 59,451 125,753

$14 $16 $2.55

MIDTOWN

SUNBELT PLAZA 4343 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

62,550 100.0%

0 0 0

$11 $11 $1.50

MIDTOWN

THE FARM SHOPPING CENTER 5201 E 71ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / MARK ROONEY / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

140,217 100.0% 1972

15,000

$10 $8

MIDTOWN

THE SHOPS AT GREENWAY VILLAGE 4002-4016 S YALE TULSA, OK 74135

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

31,900 90.3% 1975

1,000 2,100 3,100

$12 $12 $2.50

MIDTOWN

TULSA BALLET CENTER 4512-4522-4526 S PEORIA TULSA, OK 74105

40,010 100.0% 1989

0 0 0

$12.50 $12.50 $0

MIDTOWN

TULSA PROMENADE MALL 4101 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74135

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

984,484 78.4% 1965/86

14,986 179,700 213,058

$0 $0 $0

MIDTOWN

UTICA SQUARE SE CORNER OF 21ST ST. & UTICA AVENUE TULSA , OK

HELMERICH & PAYNE PROPERTIES / JESSICA BARR / 918-742-5531 1437 S. BOULDER AVE, STE 1400, TULSA, OK 74119

397,545 100.0% 1952/1986

0 0 0

$30 $25 $3.81

$2.85

NORTH NORTH

NORTH POINTE BUSINESS CENTER 205 E. PINE TULSA, OK 74106

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

36,794 68.2% 1995

1,000 5,263 11,705

$13 $13 $5.85

NORTH

SPRINGDALE SHOPPING CENTER PINE & LEWIS TULSA, OK 74110

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

93,792 99.1% 1972

800 800 800

$10.25 $7 $1.34

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

70,223 98.0% 2006

1,400 1,400 1,400

$17 $17 $2.81

NORTHEAST NE

NE

CATOOSA SHOPPING CENTER 2400 N HIGHWAY 66 CATOOSA, OK 74015 CHEROKEE SPRINGS PLAZA

• Anchored by new Cherokee Casino & Convention Center Tahlequah • 1,800 to 7,200 SF available • Extensive landscaping and streetscaping • Newk’s Eatery opening on north end of retail center • Shell spaces can be custom finished • Prime location near Cherokee Springs Golf Club

3377 Cherokee Springs Rd Tahlequah, OK 74464

Contact: Brian Hunt, Cherokee Nation Property Management, 918.439.6546 NE

NE

CHEROKEE SPRINGS PLAZA 3377 CHEROKEE SPRINGS RD TAHLEQUAH, OK 74464

CHEROKEE NATION BUSINESSES / BRIAN HUNT / 918-439-6546 777 W. CHEROKEE ST, CATOOSA, OK 74015

21,600 0.0% 2018

1,400 7,200 21,600

$20

ROLLING HILLS SHOPPING CENTER 19220 E ADMIRAL CATOOSA, OK 74015

FITE & REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE / HAYNES REYNOLDS / 918-683-7784 1805 N YORK ST., STE B, MUSKOGEE, OK 74403

40,000 65.7%

465 12,500 13,715

$8 $12 $1.16

GILCREASE HILLS CENTER 2301-2323 W EDISON TULSA, OK 74127

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

46,129 65.1% 1980

600 9,344 17,771

$2.83

THE SHOPPES AT ADAMS ROAD 2ND & ADAMS ROAD SAND SPINGS, OK 74063

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

102,413 79.4% 1957/1986

1,222 12,597 21,073

$12 $12 $1.98

$2.25

NORTHWEST NW

NW

OWASSO OWASSO

ATOR CENTER 9100 N. GARNETT OWASSO, OK 74055

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

34,850 100.0% 1991

0 0 0

$16 $14 $0

OWASSO

FAIRWAY MARKET I/II 9540 N. GARNETT OWASSO, OK 74055

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

30,535 88.5% 2006/2015

1,500 2,000 3,500

$18 $18 $4

OWASSO

GARRETT CREEK 11560 N 135TH E AVE OWASSO, OK 74055

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

104,216 85.6% 2007

1,250 15,000 15,000

$10 $16

OWASSO

KNIGHTSBRIDGE 410-435 E. 2ND AVE OWASSO, OK 74055

CBRE, INC. / JULIE BROWN / 918-688-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

20,424 93.6% 1986

1,308 1,308 1,308

$12 $10

OWASSO

MINGO VALLEY CENTER 8787 OWASSO EXPRESSWAY OWASSO, OK 74055

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650 TULSA, OK 74114

107,187 94.8% 1988/2004

1,620 4,000 5,620

$11.50 $8 $1.65

OWASSO

MINGO VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER 8751 N 117TH E AVE OWASSO, OK 74055

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650 TULSA, OK 74114

31,025 100.0% 1999

0 0 0

$11.50 $8 $2.25

OWASSO

OWASSO LAND BUILDING I/II 12140 / 12150 E. 96TH ST. N. OWASSO, OK 74055

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

44,396 100.0% 2002

0 0 0

$20 $18 $4

OWASSO

OWASSO TOWN CENTER 12912 E 86 ST N OWASSO, OK 74055

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

30,000 96.6% 1980

1,021 1,021 1,021

$17 $17 $1.50

OWASSO

OWASSO TOWN CENTER 8500 N. 129TH ST. OWASSO, OK 74055

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / CANDICE SWIM / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

22,894 73.3% 1999

2,112 4,000 6,112

$15 $15 $1.52

OWASSO

SMITH FARM MARKETPLACE, PHASE I & II 9002 N 121ST AVE OWASSO, OK 74055

CBRE, INC. / CBRE OKC / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

345,789 93.3% 1996

1,200 10,820 23,020

$22 $4.95

OWASSO

THE MARKET SHOPPING CENTER 12932 E 86TH ST N OWASSO, OK 74055

P&H PROPERTIES LLC / BRANDON MOLL / 918-523-4000 4785 E. 91ST, SUITE 200 TULSA, OK 74137

30,000 0.0% 2005

30,000 30,000 30,000

$10 $10 $3

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

OWASSO

THREE LAKES CENTER 11610-11650 E. 86TH ST. N. OWASSO, OK 74055

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

48,130 92.5% 1980

1,200 3,600 3,600

$10.50 $10.50 $0

OWASSO

TYANN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 96TH ST N & HIGHWAY 169 SEC OWASSO, OK 74055

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

67,954 82.3% 2005

3,000 12,000 12,000

$18 $12 $1.95

OWASSO

WATERFORD PLAZA 9500 / 9530 N. 129TH E. AVE. OWASSO, OK 74055

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

49,506 92.7% 2004

619 3,006 3,625

$20 $20 $4.30

SOUTH SOUTH

10303 E 71ST ST 10303 E 71ST ST TULSA , OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

116,146 100.0% 1992

58,500

$9.50

SOUTH

126 CENTER 12600-12604 S MEMORIAL DR BIXBY, OK 74008

JKJ REALTY CO. / JORDAN K. JAMES, CCIM / 918-495-1550 7910 S 101ST EAST AVE TULSA, OK 74133

21,783 75.7% 1985

1,150 1,641 5,300

$10 $13

SOUTH

4101-4169 S YALE AVE 4101-4169 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74135

984,484 100.0% 1986

33,358

SOUTH

5130 S HARVARD AVE 5130 S HARVARD AVE TULSA, OK 74135

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

51,150 100.0% 1985

0 0 0

$11 $11 $2.05

SOUTH

5400 MINGO CENTER 5400 S MINGO TULSA, OK 74146

PROPERTY SPECIALISTS, INC. / CHARLIE NORTHCOTT / 918-665-0803 6305 E. 32ND ST., TULSA, OK 74135

49,000 96.6% 1979

1,250 1,400 1,650

$6.50 $8 $0

SOUTH

7181 MINGO CENTER 7181 S MINGO TULSA, OK 74133

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

37,000 100.0% 1998

0 0 0

$12 $8 $1

SOUTH

8922 S. MEMORIAL 8922 S. MEMORIAL DRIVE TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

51,000 73.6% 1972

1,767 4,850 13,483

$16 $18 $4.13

SOUTH

CENTRE 71 71ST & MEMORIAL SE/C TULSA , OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

50,160 70.3% 1993

600 3,960 14,880

$12.75 $22 $4.15

SOUTH

CHIMNEY POINTE 91ST & SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

43,930 94.4% 1984

2,448 2,448 2,448

$9.50 $8 $1.80

SOUTH

COMMERCE PLAZA 55TH & MINGO TULSA, OK 74146

MUDD FAMILY PROPERTIES / VERNON MUDD / 918-749-6411 P.O. BOX 701137 TULSA, OK 74170

20,000 100.0% 1983

0 0 0

$6 $6 $0

SOUTH

COPPER MOUNTAIN 6002-6028 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

PARAMOUNT COMMERCIAL PROP. / ALAN HARJU / 918-743-8000 6202 S. LEWIS, SUITE E, TULSA, OK 74136

25,443 89.8% 1980/2007

964 1,635 2,599

$11

SOUTH

COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA 51ST & S HARVARD TULSA, OK 74135

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

203,057 64.9% 1965/84

1,792 48,000 71,213

$20 $10 $1.25

SOUTH

CRESTWOOD CROSSING 121ST & S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

26,800 94.4% 2011

1,500 1,500 1,500

$20 $22 $3.80

SOUTH

CROSSING OAKS 7110-7178 S MEMORIAL DRIVE TULSA, OK 74133

MD MANAGEMENT / GARY HAYES / 913-831-2996 EXT 270 5201 JOHNSON DRIVE, STE 450 MISSION, KS 66205

211,811 90.2% 1979

1,600 3,770 20,751

$14 $13 $2

SOUTH

EAST POINTE CENTER 71ST & MINGO, S/E C TULSA, OK 74133

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / KATHRYN BASNETT-LOPEZ / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET, TULSA, OK 74137

47,872 93.3% 1985

1,553 3,209 3,209

$3.31

SOUTH

ECHELON CENTER 8112 S MEMORIAL DR TULSA, OK 74133

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

55,469 79.2% 1984

1,046 2,830 11,599

$12 $12 $2.34

SOUTH

ETON SQUARE 8221-8421 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / JUSTIN BROWN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

208,496 78.1% 1984

779 13,910 45,603

$14 $8 $2.37

SOUTH

FESTIVAL SQUARE 6501-6555 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / MARK ROONEY / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

58,566 85.1% 1976

8,700 8,700 8,700

$10

$2.62

$2.25

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

SOUTH

FOREST TRAILS SOUTH 10032 S SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

32,611 90.6% 1983

1,261 1,793 3,054

$12 $10 $1.15

SOUTH

GARNETT PLAZA 71ST & GARNETT, SW/C TULSA, OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

100,786 85.1% 1996

15,000 15,000 15,000

$8.50 $16 $4.29

SOUTH

GATEWAY OFFICE PLAZA US HWY 75 @ W 96TH ST JENKS, OK 74037

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / MATT MARDIS / 918-481-5380 5810 E. SKELLY DR, STE. 1900 TULSA, OK 74135

85,000 61.4% 2015

2,800 30,000 32,800

SOUTH

HEATHERRIDGE 6518-6556 E 91ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

34,193 100.0% 1981

0 0 0

$16

SOUTH

KENSINGTON ANNEX 71ST & LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

RUFFIN PROPERTIES / CARL VINCENT / 918-493-7100 7130 S. LEWIS, SUITE 250 TULSA, OK 74136

51,068 94.6% 1979

900 1,843 2,743

$10 $9 $1.50

SOUTH

KINGS LANDING 99TH & S RIVERSIDE PKWY TULSA, OK 74137

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

43,746 90.3% 2005

1,920 2,320 4,240

$22 $24 $2.30

SOUTH

KINGS POINTE VILLAGE 5952 S YALE TULSA, OK 74135

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

117,000 68.0% 2003

1,562 20,256 37,449

$20 $20 $1.48

SOUTH

LEWIS CROSSING 6921-6981 S LEWIS AVE TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

49,324 47.8% 1977/98

1,354 4,865 25,742

$8 $12 $2.57

SOUTH

LIGHTHOUSE SHOPPING CENTER 7143 S YALE TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

38,045 85.9% 1988/2008

1,904 3,458 5,362

$16 $22 $2.88

SOUTH

LONDON SOUTH 5940 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74105

VENTURE PROPERTIES / MIKE MCLANE / 918-747-8700 4835 S. PEORIA, SUITE 20 TULSA, OK 74105

35,400 92.7% 1972

2,600 2,600 2,600

$12 $13 $0.65

SOUTH

MANCHESTER SQUARE 8338 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

DIXON R.E. CO., INC. / SONDRA HIGHFILL / 918-748-0308 4870 S. LEWIS, SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74105

141,601 64.8% 1995

2,099 3,550 49,900

$10.50 $16 $2.66

SOUTH

MEADOWBROOK CHASE NE/C 81ST & MINGO TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

22,000 58.2%

1,200 3,600 9,200

$24 $22 $5

SOUTH

MEMORIAL CROSSING SW/C 101ST & MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

20,000 74.1% 1996

1,625 3,550 5,175

$15 $15 $5.07

SOUTH

MEMORIAL SQUARE NW/C 91ST & MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

14,600 68.8%

1,400 1,400 4,550

$15 $15 $4

SOUTH

MINGO CENTER 5151 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650 TULSA, OK 74114

17,200 65.4% 2007

2,956 3,000 5,956

$6.75

MINGO MARKETPLACE 10127 E 71ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

CENTRO PROPERTIES GROUP / MARCIA MINTON / 972-668-2986 3333 PRESTON ROAD, SUITE 1400, FRISCO, TX 75034

71,956 18.8% 1992

16,500 41,092 58,402

$9

SOUTH

PALAZZO 8222 E. 103RD ST. S. TULSA , OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / JUSTIN BROWN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

59,100 83.1% 2006

1,000 6,000 10,000

$14 $20 $1.21

SOUTH

PARK PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 6010 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74135

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / BOB REPPE / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

126,549 81.6% 1971

1,365 6,040 23,284

$9 $10 $1.85

SOUTH

RENAISSANCE ON MEMORIAL 8281 S MEMORIAL DR TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

26,120 93.3% 2003

1,750 1,750 1,750

$22 $3.50

SOUTH

RIVER PARK SQUARE 6821 S PEORIA AVE TULSA, OK 74136

DLRE, INC. / DANNY OVERTON / (918) 895-6700 3015 E. SKELLY DR., STE.410 TULSA, OK 74105

46,138 81.4% 1984

1,875 4,625 8,600

$6 $6 $1.38

SOUTH

SHOPS OF SEVILLE 101ST & S YALE, N/E C TULSA, OK 74137

WINBURY GROUP / RAY BIERY / 918-299-7100 10051 S. YALE, SUITE 200 TULSA, OK 74137

45,000 100.0% 1997

1,030 0 0

$16 $12.50 $2.50

SOUTH

SOUTH LEWIS PLAZA 7030 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

37,500 86.7% 1984

1,400 2,600 5,000

$12 $7.50 $2.40

SOUTH

SOUTH MEMORIAL PLAZA 10846-10848 S. MEMORIAL DR. TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

48,288 75.6% 2006

2,840 8,950 11,790

$12 $16 $1.20

SOUTH

$2.43

$2.38

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

SOUTH

SOUTH TOWN MARKET DR 10000 S. MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

236,000 100.0% 2009

28,900

$40

SOUTH

SOUTHBEND 8701 S LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

PAUL PROPERTIES / BILL PAUL / 918-293-2215 6216 S. LEWIS TULSA, OK 74136

45,425 94.7% 1974

2,400 2,400 2,400

$7 $7 $0

SOUTH

SOUTHERN TRAILS SE C 71ST & S 85TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74136

MCDOWELL & ASSOCIATES / JIM MCDOWELL / 918-298-0800 5141 S. PEORIA AVE. TULSA, OK 74105

34,450 100.0% 1980

1,800 1,800 0

$25 $25 $2.85

SOUTH

SQUARE 91 8921-8929 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / RICH MONAGHAN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

196,842 96.2% 1991

7,431 7,431 7,431

$6 $12 $1.86

SOUTH

SQUARE ONE SHOPPING CENTER 81ST & SHERIDAN, N/E C TULSA, OK 74133

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

47,020 66.8% 1983

1,450 3,960 15,608

$12 $11 $3.81

SOUTH

SQUARE ONE-EXTENDED RETAIL CENTER 6703-6709 E 81ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

28,908 100.0% 1985

1,769 1,914

$10 $10

SOUTH

SUMMIT SQUARE 71ST & SHERIDAN, S/W C TULSA, OK 74136

GBR PROPERTIES, INC. / ALICIA NOLEN / 918-493-2525 3114 E. 81ST STREET TULSA, OK 74137

166,800 77.3% 1987

1,500 25,000 37,857

$12 $6 $2.89

SOUTH

THE MILL SHOPPING CENTER 6973 E 71ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

P&H PROPERTIES LLC / BRANDON MOLL / 918-523-4000 4785 E. 91ST, SUITE 200 TULSA, OK 74137

30,870 89.3% 1980

1,516 1,794 3,310

$10 $12 $2.20

SOUTH

THE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 8102-8272 S LEWIS AVE TULSA, OK 74137

ALTUS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE / HOWARD BALL / 404-995-1780 1401 MACY DR., ROSWELL, GA 30076

152,046 70.7% 1986

1,054 7,193 44,624

$8 $10

SOUTH

THE SHOPS & OFFICES AT BRIDGEPOINTE 1660 E 71ST ST TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

55,000 67.6% 1992

1,225 3,000 17,813

$10 $10 $1.85

SOUTH

THE VILLAGE AT WOODLAND HILLS 6612-6808 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74133

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

224,487 72.8% 1987

1,144 25,016 61,158

$12

SOUTH

THE VINEYARD ON MEMORIAL 10832 S MEMORIAL DR TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

189,000 82.8% 2014

1,429 8,930 32,495

$20 $25 $4

SOUTH

TOWN & COUNTRY CENTER 121ST & S MEMORIAL BIXBY, OK 74008

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

91,610 92.3% 1974

7,050 7,050 7,050

$8 $7 $0.85

SOUTH

TULSA RETAIL CENTER 9121-9219 E 71ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

92,848 88.7%

0 0 10,467

SOUTH

TUSCANA ON YALE 8931 S YALE AVE TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

32,000 87.9% 2013

1,514 2,347 3,861

$22 $22 $1.75

SOUTH

UNION PLAZA 71ST AND MINGO, N/E C TULSA, OK 74136

CBRE, INC. / BEN GANZKOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

334,566 77.6% 1994

35,000 75,000 75,000

$12 $6.50 $1.56

SOUTH

UNION SQUARE 6105 MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74133

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

30,220 71.3% 1985

906 3,000 8,679

$10 $11 $1.60

SOUTH

UTICA 71 CENTER 7018 S. UTICA TULSA, OK 74136

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / STEVE WALMAN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

25,309 82.2% 1995

1,500 3,000 4,500

$8 $12

SOUTH

VILLAGE SOUTH 10100 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74133

MID AMERICA REALTY, INC / GEORGE O’CONNOR / 918-299-0100 10125 C. S. SHERIDAN, TULSA, OK 74133

104,000 91.0% 1983

1,680 3,239 9,411

$13.50 $13.50 $2.54

SOUTH

WALNUT CREEK SHOPPING CENTER 8101 S HARVARD (SE/C) TULSA, OK 74136

MCGRAW COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / CARA LEIGH INGRAM / 918-388-9588 4105 S. ROCKFORD AVE, TULSA , OK 74105

105,768 73.9% 1990

1,231 10,600 27,653

$9 $12

SOUTH

WATERFORD PLAZA 9108 S. SHERIDAN TULSA, OK 74133

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / SCOTTY HARPER / 918-481-5380 5810 E. SKELLY DR, STE. 1900 TULSA , OK 74135

28,883 88.8% 2007

3,248

$15 $15

WEMBLEY CENTER 7106-7116 S MINGO TULSA OK 74133

SOUTH STAR PM / CAMERON SMITH / 503-251-4888

51,343 77.6%

1,200 4,296 11,478

SOUTH

3,248 $12.50 $9.50 $2.20

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

MANAGING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (GLA) % LEASED YEAR BUILT

SMALLEST AVAILABLE LARGEST AVAILABLE TOTAL AVAILABLE

RENTAL (SMALL SPACE) RENTAL (LARGE SPACE) CAM CHARGE

SOUTH

WOODLAND PLAZA 8620-8802 E 71ST ST TULSA, OK 74133

CBRE, INC. / DAN SHOEVLIN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

42,525 91.8% 1994

3,500 3,500 3,500

$11 $22

SOUTH

YALE VILLAGE SW CORNER 91ST & YALE TULSA, OK 74137

LINCOLN PROPERTY COMPANY RETAIL / CHRIS THOMAS / 214-740-3457 2000 MCKINNEY AVE, STE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75201

100,000 90.0% 2013

1,400 5,500 10,000

$28 $24 $3

SOUTHWEST SW

MAIN PLACE 6TH & S MAIN SAPULPA , OK 74066

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A TULSA, OK 74135

42,000 82.1% 1976

7,500 7,500 7,500

$8 $8 $0.92

SW

RIVERWALK CROSSING 300 RIVERWALK TERRACE JENKS, OK 74037

PAINE & ASSOCIATES / GARRETT MAHANEY / 918-481-5380 5810 E. SKELLY DR, STE. 1900, TULSA, OK 74135

27,805 48.5% 2004

1,921 5,843 14,329

$17 $22 $4.70

SW

SOUTHWEST CROSSROADS SWC 121ST & HWY 75 GLENPOOL, OK 74033

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

32,431 40.2% 2009

1,250 16,000 19,400

$22 $22

SW

SPARTAN FAMILY CENTER* 151ST & MEMORIAL RD, N/W C BIXBY, OK 74008

SANDMAN PROP SERVICES / BRAD SANDITEN / 918-742-3315 3314 E. 51ST ST, SUITE 200A, TULSA, OK 74135

62,410 100.0% 1985

SW

TULSA HILLS SHOPPING CENTER 7336 S OLYMPIA AVE TULSA, OK 74132

W/S COMMERCIAL / CAITLIN SHORES / 918-688-4040 3509 S. PEORIA AVE., STE 500 TULSA, OK 74105

1,200,000 98.9% 2007

1,200 8,962 13,162

$30 $30

SW

VILLAGE ON MAIN 117 S 7TH ST JENKS, OK 74037

VILLAGE ON MAIN LLC / 918-299-3040 1177 W. 106TH ST. S. JENKS, OK 74037

44,193 37.0% 2012

952 20,000 27,844

$9 $12

$8

$9.50 $9.50 $1.23

WEST WEST

CRYSTAL CITY SHOPPING CENTER 4207-4289 SOUTHWEST BLVD TULSA, OK 74131

110,000 100.0% 1954

17,850 50,533

WEST

FORMER K-MART 1200 E. CHARLES PAGE BLVD SAND SPRINGS, OK 74063

84,210 0.0% 1974

84,210

WEST

PAGE PLAZA 1124 E. CHARLES PAGE BLVD SAND SPRINGS, OK 74063

WALMAN COMMERCIAL / JUSTIN BROWN / 918-481-8888 7060 S. YALE, SUITE 900 TULSA, OK 74136

34,900 0.0% 1974

1,800 26,500 34,900

$5 $10 $1.57

WEST

SPRINGS VILLAGE 3909-3989 S HIGHWAY 97 SAND SPRINGS, OK 74063

RETAIL BUILDINGS INC / 405-478-1656 7030 S. YALE AVE. TULSA, OK 74136

168,000 87.9% 1986

1,204 8,775 20,266

$10 $10

WEST

TOWN WEST SHOPPING CENTER 5600 W SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74107

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

162,726 71.7% 1979

2,000 29,294 46,080

$7.50 $4.75 $0.50

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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$0.69 $5

84,210


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INDUSTRIAL OVERVIEW

SOLID GROUND While 2017 proved solid for Tulsa’s industrial real estate market, 2018 also has seen strengthening demand with record low vacancy and 347,162 square feet of net absorption in Q2 alone. Moody’s Analytics reports Tulsa is still measuring within the midexpansion period of the current business cycle and, by all indications, the industrial sector is poised to continue the current trend. The overall U.S. economic outlook indicates accelerated activity in the second quarter of 2018 and is expected to expand at a moderate pace over the rest of the year. Further, labor markets have continued to tighten with moderate increases in wages, inflation and interest rates. Oklahoma’s unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent in July from 3.9 percent in June, and according to a recent report from the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, the state’s jobless rate was down from 4.2 percent in July 2017. The nationwide unemployment rate was 3.9 percent in July 2018, down from 4.3 percent in July 2017.

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INDUSTRIAL OVERVIEW

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s July Man-

Site work has commenced with anticipated delivery

facturing activity continued to expand solidly, and

ment will create 1,500 jobs which, according to Tulsa

ufacturing Survey revealed that 10th District manuexpectations for future growth hold strong. While

many firms remain concerned about labor availability and tariffs, optimism is still high. Oil prices now

Mayor G.T. Bynum, makes this the largest new employer announcement in Tulsa history.

Other Greenhill projects include a 100,000-square-

trading at $68.31 per barrel are at their highest since

foot spec building recently permitted by Owasso

Oklahoma economy. Increased materials costs have

a 250,000-square-foot kitchen and distribution cen-

November 2014, which always bodes well for the

yet to halt new construction on the local level even

as the cost to build industrial has edged up to ±$75-

Land Trust and QuikTrip’s $39.9 million investment in ter planned for operation before yearend.

Last year, Wisconsin-based Greenheck Group, a

$85 per square foot.

ventilation systems company, purchased a site at East

cord, Brad Banks, port operations manager, report-

gan construction of the first of two 100,000-square-

According to a spring issue of The Journal Re-

ed that the Tulsa Port of Catoosa has attracted sev-

eral new resident companies this year, including a

metal processing center and a manufacturer of truck bodies. Among others, Samuel Son & Co. and C&S

Technical Services LLC are benefiting from nearly $12

Apache Street and North 129th East Avenue and be-

foot manufacturing buildings. KCL Insurance Co.,

a developer with holdings in Tulsa, sold the dirt to Greenheck and built their own 80,538-square-foot spec project nearby. The

southeast

submarket

gained

another

million in heavy dock renovations. More so than in

60,000-square-foot spec building at Centergate

with multiple other business inquiries, including sev-

expanding their Broken Arrow campus by 68,000

the past 18-24 months, this year’s activity is strong eral existing port companies planning significant facility expansions in the coming year.

Overall manufacturing space demand remains

and Alpha Laval Air Cooled Exchanges company is square feet with plans for a 50,000-square-foot phase II.

Not expected to be operational until 2020, the

steady due in large part to the usual suspects in-

Italian tissue paper manufacturer Sofidel is con-

Currently, of the roughly 18 +10-ton capacity crane

an estimated $360 million capital investment to the

cluding energy, heat exchanger and aerospace firms.

facilities available for lease or sale in the market, nearly half are older facilities and so functionally obsolete that, for many users, retrofitting isn’t even an

structing a 1.8 million-square-foot plant in Inola with city. It will support 300 new jobs in the Rogers County community.­­­

option. There are approximately two dozen compa-

SALES RECAP

from 25,000-300,000 square feet with half consisting

459,320-square-foot Green Valley Center at East

nies with active requirements in our market ranging of warehouse/distribution users seeking modern logistics facilities, which will likely be candidates for

absorption of the earlier noted new spec product set for delivery this year and early 2019.

IDO’s ±$11 million value-add purchase of the Pine Street and North Garnett Road includes plans for interior reconfiguration to allow for more functional space designs. In April, local investor Gail

Runnels purchased a multi-property portfolio from longtime industrial owner Al Grossich for an undis-

NEW CONSTRUCTION

closed price. Reports indicate more than $60 million

which boasts plans for the construction of a robot-

nificant transactions of 60,000-126,000 square feet.

The much-anticipated Amazon Fulfillment Center, ics driven, state-of-the-art, four-story facility situated on an 82-acre campus in Greenhill Industrial Park.

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second quarter 2019. The $130 million capital invest-

in total volume year-to-date, including six recent sig-

While these larger sales traded at an average of $27.30 per square foot, the overall average price per


square foot is $54.64, which is reflective of the fact

cent legalization laws, it’s still uncharted territory for

a per-foot basis. The buyer pool included Westerman

flow of inquiries for space to accommodate entre-

that smaller buildings typically deliver higher prices on

Inc. at the Port, WRT Realty Inc., Bearwood Properties LLC and ASC Inc. completing deals in the north and west submarkets where sale activity was strongest.

our CRE sectors as brokers begin fielding a steady

preneurs and established groups looking to house dispensaries, labs, cultivation/grow facilities and processing plants. The focus is climate-controlled

space up to ±40,000 square feet and preferably

LEASE HIGHLIGHTS

freestanding Class B and C warehouses; as lower

er lease transactions were renewals including three

are typically not a deterrent from an operational

With the exception of CHEP USA, most of the larg+100,000 square-foot deals and another seven rang-

ing from 40,000-71,000 square feet. Notable tenants

clear height, loading and narrower column spacings standpoint.

It’s questionable how the influx of these start-ups

were Helmerich & Payne renewing space in west

will play out over the coming months as many antic-

Sonoco, Walmart and Carrier Enterprises LLC were

first two to three as those “green rushers” lacking

Tulsa and UOP Russell in Catoosa while CHEP USA, among the tenants securing larger blocks of space in

the southeast submarket. Rates ranged from $2.71 per square foot to $9.98 per square foot NNN with an average rate of $4.60 per square foot NNN. The

seven-year historically low vacancy rate of 3.6 percent has allowed landlords to command higher rent-

al rates for small multi-tenant spaces and buildings under 10,000 square feet. Newer buildings, and

even aging inventory if well located in the southeast submarket, are commanding $5.75-$6.40 per square foot NNN with minimal landlord concessions.

ipate the return of a fair amount of product in the

in experience and access to substantial “cash” startup capital may not make it much past the harvesting

of their first crops. There is opportunity for owners

comfortable with the use and whose properties are debt free if they can capture deals with those stron-

ger players. Assuming Oklahoma follows a similar trend to other states early after legalization, sale prices for Class B and C warehouses may jump 20-25

percent and lease rates could increase two to three times higher than average rental rates for traditional

users before we see a return of inventory as the calm sets in after the rush.

NEW DYNAMIC

In summary, even considering steel prices have

The recent passing of Oklahoma SQ788 legalized

increased 35 percent since January, barring any fur-

of retail and industrial users representing the rela-

iffs announce in March 2018, speculation still rather

medical marijuana and has brought about an influx

tively new cannabis-related industry. While we can draw from the experiences of other states with re-

ther unforeseen ill effects brought about by the tar-

bullish into the first quarter of 2019 on all industrial CRE fronts. •

HISTORICAL NET ABSORPTION AND VACANCY

SOURCE: CBRE RESEARCH, COSTAR Q2 2018

Net Absorption (000’s) SF

Vacancy Rate (%)

600

5.0

400

4.5

200

4.0

0

3.5

(200)

3.0

(400)

2.5

(600)

2.0

Q1 2016

Q2 2016

Q3 2016

Q4 2016

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

Q3 2017

Q4 2017

The Port of Catoosa, just northeast of Tulsa, is one of the nation’s largest inland ports.

Q1 2018

Q2 2018

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 7410374135

41,250 90.2% $7.25

1,868 4,032 YES

14’ DRIVE IN DOORS 16’ NO

45,000 66.3% $4.75

15,180 15,180 YES

DOCK 22’ NO

BROKEN ARROW BA

2101 N. BEECH 2101 N BEECH BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

BA

2600 WEST ALBANY 2600 W ALBANY BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

BA

CENTERGATE BUSINESS PARK 13445 E. 59TH ST. TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

380,000 0% $2.95

380,000 380,000

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 22’ NO

BA

COMMERCE CROSSING 2308-2316 N SWEET GUM AVE BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

45,000 100% $5.75

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 24’ NO

BA

COMMERCE CROSSING 3825 W ALBANY BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

45,000 100% $5.50

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 24’ NO

BA

COMMERCE CROSSING 3925 W ALBANY BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

43,119 0% $6.95

43,119 43,119 YES

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 24’ NO

BA

GREENWAY RENO BUILDING 1914 W RENO ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

24,470 100% $6.50

5,400

DRIVE IN 12’

BA

GREENWAY TACOMA BUILDING 1913 TACOMA ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

46,150 89.6% $8.00

1,800 4,800

DOCK/DRIVE IN 9-12’

BA

HENSHAW BUSINESS PARK 2502-2628 N HEMLOCK CIR STE A1 BLDG BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

146,007 65.7% $4.60

50,111 50,111 NO

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 21’ NO

BA

METRO PARK EAST I 13700 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

60,000 80.9% $5.50

11,445 11,445 YES

GRADE A DOCK 24’ NO

BA

METRO PARK EAST II 13655 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

60,000 100% $5.50

0 0 YES

GRADE A DOCK 24’ NO

BA

METRO PARK IV 12122 E 55TH TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

112,500 100% $4.75

0 0 ESFR

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN DOORS 30’ NO

CENTRAL CENTRAL

AUTOTOPS BUILDING 8548 E 41ST TULSA, OK 74145

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MONTY BERRY, CCIM / 918-280-9900 5801 E 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

36,000 100% $4.75

0 0

CENTRAL

BOULDER TOWERS 1437 S BOULDER TULSA, OK 74145

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. JARED ANDRESEN / 918-359-3520 4111 S DARLINGTON, SUITE 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

521,802 97.5% $13.00

12,847 12,847

CENTRAL

EXPRESSWAY CENTER 3621-3751 S 73RD E AVE TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

248,163 89.2% $4.50

11,616 26,802 YES

CENTRAL

FORMER RESOURCE ONE PRINTING 6201 E 43RD ST TULSA, OK 74135

CBRE, INC. / JAMES HILL, JR. / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

108,230 0% $3.65

108,230

SHERIDAN TRADE CENTER 6555-6577 E 21ST PL TULSA, OK 74129

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

33,750 91.1% $6.00

CENTRAL

3,000 3,000

GRADE LEVEL & DOCK HIGH 18’ NO

DRIVE IN & DOCK HIGH DOOR 15’ NO

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

EAST

12535 E. 52ND STREET WAREHOUSE 12535 E 52ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

82,290 100% $0

0 0 YES

9 24’ NO

EAST

51ST STREET TULSA BUSINESS PARK 11626 E 51ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74103-74135

40,000 78.1% $7.00

3,750 8,750 YES

14’ DRIVE IN DOORS 16’ NO

EAST

5304 E. 125TH E. AVE. 5304 E. 125TH E. AVE. TULSA, OK 74146

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63RD PL., STE. 400 TULSA, OK 74133

33,000 100% $6.75

0 0

EAST

5555 S 129TH E AVE 5555 S 129TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

113,120 0% $5.50

113,120 113,120

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 30’

EAST

5555 S 129TH E AVE 5555 S 129TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

37,800 17.7% $7.50

31,096 31,096

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 24’

EAST

56TH STREET WAREHOUSES 11105-11119 E 56TH ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

28,800 84.4% $5.00

1,500 4,500 YES

DRIVE IN 14’ NO

EAST

5800 CENTER 5727/5807 S GARNETT RD TULSA, OK 74146

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

52,000 76.6% $7.50

7,025 12,194 NO

GRADE DOCK 13’ NO

EAST

5800 GARNETT 5727 & 5807 S GARNETT RD TULSA, OK 74146

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST PROP / JACK WRIGHT / 918-251-0707 2341 W ALBANY, SUITE A, BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

61,352 83.7% $8.00

10,000 10,000 NO

GRADE LEVEL & DOCK HIGH 18’ NO

EAST

5935 S 129TH E AVE 5935 S 129TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

61,000 62.4% $5.95

22,916 22,916

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 30’

EAST

7498 E. 46TH PL 7498 E. 46TH PL TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

82,000 0% $4.75

82,000 82,000

EAST

EAST

• • • • •

BUSINESS COMMONS TECH CENTER 12206 East 51st Street

Located in Metro Park, one of Tulsa’s nicest industrial parks E. 51st Street footage near the Broken Arrow Expressway Attractive Design Convenient drive-in loading Flex/R&D space located in the heart of the medical services corridor

Contact: Bob Meyer or Jason M. Kennon Case & Associates Properties, Inc. 918-492-1983 EAST

BUSINESS COMMONS TECH CENTER 12206 E 51ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

37,041 91.7% $7.00

3,082 3,082 NO

GRADE LEVEL OVERHEAD 12’ - 13’ NO

EAST

CENTERGATE BUSINESS PARK 13033 E 59TH ST TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

113,120 0% $5.75

113,120 113,120 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 30’ NO

EAST

CENTERGATE BUSINESS PARK 13404 E 59TH ST TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

60,000 0% $6.50

60,000 60,000 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 30’ NO

EAST

CENTERGATE BUSINESS PARK 13120 E 59TH ST TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

10,500 0% $6.50

10,500 10,500 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 30’ NO

EAST

CENTERPOINTE BUSINESS PARK 5802-5884 S 129TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

ADAMS & ASSOCIATES / DAN ADAMS / 918-495-3661 P. O. BOX 2407 BROKEN ARROW, OK 74013

74,000 90.3% $5.95

3,000 7,200 NO

YES 12’ NO

EAST

• • • • • •

FREEPORT TRADE CENTER 3148-58-68 South 108th East Avenue

Excellent Highway Access nearby and visibility to Hwy 169 Attractive Design Modern Clear Heights Ample Loading Areas Dock High, Van/Truck High, Drive-in ramp Access Large Concrete Truck Court

Contact: Bob Meyer or Jason M. Kennon Case & Associates Properties, Inc. 918-492-1983 EAST

FREEPORT TRADE CENTER 3148-58-68 S 108TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

185,732 82.8% $4.50

11,000 32,000 YES

DOCK HIGH, VAN HIGH, GRADE LEVEL 18’, 15.5’, 14.5’ NO

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

EAST

GARNETT BUSINESS PARK 5460 S GARNETT RD TULSA, OK 74146

FLEENER REAL ESTATE / BARBARA MEFFORD / 918-621-1133 1703 E. SKELLY DRIVE, TULSA, OK 74105

30,000 90.5% $6.25

2,860 2,860 YES

2

EAST

GRAEBEL WAREHOUSE 12535 E 52ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

82,290 100% $4.50

0 0 YES

(4)10’X10’ DH W/ LEVELERS, (2)8’X10’ DH, (2)12’X14’DI, (1)14’X14’DI

EAST

HEARTLAND TRADE CENTER 12330 E 60TH ST TULSA, OK 74146

ADAMS & ASSOCIATES / DAN ADAMS / 918-495-3661 P. O. BOX 2407 BROKEN ARROW, OK 74013

39,520 75.3% $6.50

9,750 9,750 NO

YES 10’ NO

EAST

MARK I BUSINESS CENTER 12616 - 12626 E 60TH ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

50,230 77.4% $6.50

11,352 11,352 YES

DRIVE IN 19’ NO

EAST

METRO PARK EAST V 6031 S 129TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74134

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

59,500 100% $5.00

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 30’ NO

EAST

METRO PARK I 5233 S 122ND E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

48,000 100% $7.00

0 0 YES

DOCK & GRADE 24’ NO

EAST

METRO PARK SOUTH 5915 S 118TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

40,000 100%

0 0 YES

DOCK & GRADE 25’ NO

EAST

METRO PARK SOUTH 11807 E 61ST TULSA, OK 74137

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

18,960 100%

0 0 YES

5 24’ NO

EAST

METRO PARK SOUTH 5925 S 118TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74137

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

20,000 100% $0

0 0 YES

YES 24’ NO

EAST

METRO WAREHOUSE 5616-5634 S 122ND E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

73,475 92.2% $6.50

2,725 5,725 PARTIAL

DRIVE IN 16’

EAST

NEWBURY PARK 122 5666 S 122ND E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

134,000 79.5% $5.75

20,000 27,500 YES

12’X14’ OHD 20’ & 24’ NO

EAST

SOUTHEAST TECH CENTER

NO

24’ NO

• Located in Metro Park, one of Tulsa’s nicest industrial parks • Easy access with E. 55th St. frontage, one block west of S. 129th E. Ave. • Attractive Design with convenient drive-in loading • Ample loading areas

5411 South 125th East Avenue

Contact: Bob Meyer or Jason M. Kennon Case & Associates Properties, Inc. 918-492-1983 EAST

SOUTH EAST TECH CENTER 5411 S 125TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

CASE & ASSOCIATES / JASON KENNON / 918-492-1983 4200 E. SKELLY DRIVE, SUITE 800 TULSA, OK 74135

31,506 81.9% $7.00

2,900 5,700 NO

GRADE LEVEL 14’ NO

EAST

SOUTHPLACE TRADE CENTER 8700 E 41ST TULSA, OK 74145

DAVE RICH COMPANY REALTORS / BILL RICH / 918-744-5474 6506 S. LEWIS AVE., STE. 108, TULSA, OK 74136

25,000 71.2% $6.00

3,600 7,200 NO

NONE 10’ NO

EAST

SPACE CENTER EAST 11915-12027 E 51ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

205,500 87.2% $4.50

15,000 26,250 YES

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 18’ NO

EAST

TANDEM BUSINESS PARK 12101-12221 E 51ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

88,084 56.6% $8.00

10,873 38,200 NO

DRIVE IN 14’ NO

EAST

TRIANGLE INDUSTRIAL PARK 5829-5899 S GARNETT RD TULSA, OK 74146

MCGRAW COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DAVID LOONEY / 918-388-9588 4105 S. ROCKFORD AVE, TULSA , OK 74105

160,890 98.2% $4.25

2,954 2,954 YES/NO

MULTIPLE 16’ - 22’ NO

EAST

WALVOIL BUILDING 12356 E 52ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD / COMMERCIAL OKLAHOMA INC. / ROB STEPHENS / 918-359-3520 4111 S. DARLINGTON, STE. 1190, TULSA, OK 74135

20,619 100% $6.75

5,000 0

1 GRADE DOORS 2 DOCK HIGH 24’

EAST

WILSHIRE SQUARE 5115 -5129 S. 100TH E. AVE. TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

34,413 92.6% $7.50

2,530 2,530 YES

DRIVE-IN DOORS 14’ NO

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

MIDTOWN MIDTOWN

6504 E. 44TH ST. 6504 E. 44TH ST. TULSA, OK 74145

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

25,163 0% $4.50

25,163 25,163 YES

(3)12’X12’ DH (1)12’X14’ DI OHD (1)12’X14’ DOCK OHD 20’ NO

MIDTOWN

6517-6531 E 46TH ST 6517-6531 E 46TH ST UNIT 6521 TULSA, OK 74145

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74103-74135

27,000 77.0% $6.00

4,700 6,200 NO

DRIVE IN 16’ NO

MIDTOWN

6650 E 44TH ST 650 E 44TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / TONY AARONSON / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

40,312 -0% $3.95

40,317 40,317

MIDTOWN

7011 EAST 46TH ST 7011 EAST 46TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

27,000 0% $5.75

13,500 27,000 YES

GRADE A DOCK 24’

MIDTOWN

70TH WAREHOUSE 4118 S 70TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

37,104 100% $4.50

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH / DRIVE IN 18’ NO

MIDTOWN

8160 EAST 41ST 41ST AND MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

48,263 100%

0 0 YES

5 18’ NO

MIDTOWN

ALLTEC CENTER 9300-B BROKEN ARROW EXPRESSWAY TULSA, OK 74145

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

22,967 78.2% $5.50

5,000 5,000 YES

GRADE LEVEL

MIDTOWN

CROSSTOWN DISTRIBUTION/COLD STORAGE 6511 E 44TH ST, TULSA, OK 74145

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / NAI RUPER HELMER, LLC / 918-745-1133 6846 S CANTON AVE, SUITE 250, TULSA, OK 74136

98,000 0% $9.50

40,000 98,000

12 DRY, 5 COLD 18-26 FT NONE

MIDTOWN

EXPRESSWAY TRADE CENTER 4304-4328 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

VENTURE PROPERTIES / MIKE MCLANE / 918-747-8700 4835 S. PEORIA, SUITE 20 TULSA, OK 74105

27,500 81.4% $6.50

5,110 5,110 NO

NO

MIDTOWN

FAMCO PARK 6935-6945 E. 38TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

60,000 86.0% $4.00

4,500 8,400

DOCK/DRIVE IN/TRUCKWELL 16’

MIDTOWN

FLEX SPACE 4401 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74145

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

102,214 100% $4.50

57,110 0 YES

4 16-22’ NO

MIDTOWN

MAXIM BUSINESS PARK 43RD ST & MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / LARRY MANLEY / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

110,056 85% $7.00

5,162 16,518 NO

YES 12’ NO

MIDTOWN

MAXIM CENTER 4717-4733 S MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

40,800 69.1% $7.50

7,721 12,592 YES

DOCK HIGH & GRADE LEVEL 14’ NO

MIDTOWN

MAXIM PLACE 6701-6715 E 41ST ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

33,750 87.6% $8.00

4,198 4,198 NO

GRADE LEVEL 14’ NO

MIDTOWN

MINGO TRADE CENTER 9522 E 47TH PL TULSA, OK 74145

NAI RUPE HELMER, LLC / MAX HEIDENREICH / 918-745-1133 6846 S CANTON AVE, SUITE 250, TULSA, OK 74136

41,650 100% $7.50

0 0 YES

BTS 11’7” NO

MIDTOWN

NEWBURY PARK 46 6549 E 46TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

37,500 100% $5.95

0 0 YES

12X14” OHD 20’ NO

MIDTOWN

NEWBURY PARK 70 4444 S 70TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74145

34,905 85.7% $5.75

5,000 5,000 YES

GRADE LEVEL DOCK HIGH 24’ NO

MIDTOWN

SANDERS COMMERCIAL CENTER 7601 E 46TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / JIM BROWN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

55,310 100.0% $3.75

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 21’ NO

MIDTOWN

SPACE CENTER 7001-7287 E 38TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / JAMES HILL, JR. / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

495,000 75.0% $4.00

15,000 123,750 YES

GRADE LEVEL & DOCK HIGH 18’ YES

MIDTOWN

THE TRADE CENTER 7739-43 E 38TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74103-74135

32,800 86.6% $6.00

2,400 4,400 NO

DRIVE-IN DOORS

MIDTOWN

TULSA BUSINESS PARK 7202-7378 E 38TH ST TULSA, OK 74145

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74103-74135

204,600 72.4% $5.00

17,050 56,540 NO

GRADE LEVEL & DOCK HIGH 16’ - 18’ NO

MIDTOWN

TULSA DISTRIBUTION CENTER 4477 S 70TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

458,290 91.6% $5.00

36,216 38,304 YES

DOCK HIGH / DRIVE IN VARIES YES

NO

NO

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

324,000 0% $3.50

324,000 324,000 YES

20 30’ NO

45,000 -900% $3.25

45,000 45,000 YES

DOCK HIGH 22’ NO

81,000 93.8% $4.75

2,500 5,000 NO

GRADE, DOCK 14’ NO DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 32’

NORTH NORTH

11324-11326 E APACHE 11324-11326 E APACHE TULSA, OK 74116

NORTH

1617 N 93RD E AVE 1617 N 93RD E AVE TULSA, OK 74115

NORTH

2700 N SHERIDAN 2700 N SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74115

NORTH

3621 N MINGO 3621 N MINGO TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

42,000 0% $5.50

42,000 42,000

NORTH

5500 E INDEPENDENCE ST 5500 E INDEPENDENCE ST TULSA, OK 74115

CBRE, INC. / BOB PIELSTICKER / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

64,838 45.7% $4.00

35,238 35,238

NORTH

6929 READING PLACE 6929 READING PLACE TULSA, OK 74115

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

49,354 0% $4.40

49,354 49,354

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 18-26’

NORTH

AIRPORT OFFICE/WHSE PROPERTY 2231 N SHERIDAN RD TULSA , OK 74115

WOLF GROUP PROPERTIES, LLC / HOWARD WOLF / 918-584-1425 320 S. BOSTON AVE., STE. 202, TULSA, OK 74103

29,680 63.6% $5.50

4,000 10,800

DRIVE IN / 14’ ROLL UP DOOR 16’

NORTH

BRADEN MANUFACTURING 5199 N MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74117

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

190,000 22.1% $3.50

110,600 147,996 NO

DRIVE IN 20’-32’ NO

NORTH

BRANIFF PARK WEST 10502-10626 E PINE ST TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

259,888 100% $4.15

0 0 YES

DOCK DOORS & DRIVE IN 21’ NO

NORTH

HANGAR 31 3315 N MEMORIAL TULSA, OK 74115

CBRE, INC. / BOB PIELSTICKER / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

26,550 0% $4.25

26,550 26,550

35’

NORTH

LOUISVILLE COMPLEX PLANT 2 1305 N LOUISVILLE AVE TULSA, OK 74115

CBRE, INC. / JAMES HILL, JR. / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

175,000 92% $3.50

NORTH

LOUISVILLE COMPLEX PLANT 3 1355 N LOUISVILLE AVE TULSA, OK 74115

CBRE, INC. / JAMES HILL, JR. / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

60,000 11.5% $5.00

53,106 53,106

NORTH

MIDTOWN INDUSTRIAL CENTER 1024 N LANSING TULSA, OK 74106

TRABAND REALTY / ROBERT TRABAND / 918-629-1988 P. O. BOX 869 TULSA, OK 74101

33,000 100% $4.75

0 0 NO

BOTH DOCK & DRIVE IN 16’ NO

NORTH

NAUTILUS MANUFACTURING FACILITY 10757 E UTE TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

134,600 0% $4.85

134,600 134,600 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 24’ NO

VALHOMA CORPORATION / 918-836-7135 9797-10161 E ADMIRAL PL, STE 9925 TULSA, OK 74116

13,949

NORTHEAST NE

AIRPORT INDUSTRIAL PARK I 11501-11541 E PINE ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

155,000 58.1% $3.75

35,000 65,000 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 25’ NO

NE

BP EXCHANGE 10828 E NEWTON ST TULSA, OK 74116

BP EXCHANGE, L.L.C. / GORDON SUESS / 918-438-9058 10828 E. NEWTON STREET, SUITE 113 TULSA, OK 74115

173,400 92.6% $4.50

5,100 12,750 NO

GRADE LEVEL 12’-16’ NO

NE

BP EXCHANGE INDUSTRIAL PARK 10837 E MARSHALL TULSA, OK 74116

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MONTY BERRY, CCIM / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

163,200 92.2% $5.25

2,550 12,750

NE

BRANIFF PARK EAST 1339-1381 N 108TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74116

BP EXCHANGE, L.L.C. / GORDON SUESS / 918-438-9058 10828 E. NEWTON STREET, SUITE 113 TULSA, OK 74115

67,660 82.0% $4.75

6,100 12,200 NO

GRADE LEVEL/DOCK HIGH 12’-16’ NO

NE

CROSSTOWN BUSINESS CENTER 9797-10161 E ADMIRAL PL TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

380,000 0% $2.25

380,000 380,000 YES

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 18’ NO

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

NE

GREEN VALLEY CENTER 11333 E PINE ST TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

459,300 81.0% $4.25

42,334 87,107 YES

OHD & DOCK DOORS 34’ NO

NE

INTERCHANGE BUSINESS PARK II 10835 E INDEPENDENCE TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

105,652 100% $3.75

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 18’ NO

NE

PECAN VALLEY BUSINESS CENTER 1345 N. GARNETT TULSA, OK 74116

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

100,000 0% $7.50

27,600 100,000 NO

DRIVE IN 20’ NO

NE

PORT SPEC BUILDING TENKILLER RD CATOOSA, OK 74015

CBRE, INC. / MATT KLIMISCH / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

44,250 100%

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 32’ YES

NE

VANS GLEN 10816-10840 E NEWTON PL TULSA, OK 74116

PRICE EDWARDS / TANDA FRANCIS / 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63RD PL. , STE. 400 TULSA, OK 74133

53,642 97.2% $4.68

1,500 1,500 0

GRADE 10’ NO

NE

WOLF POINT INDUSTRIAL PARK 1558 N. 107TH AVE. TULSA, OK 74116

CBRE, INC. / JIM BROWN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

20,000 0% $4.77

20,000 20,000

(2) GRADE LEVEL (1) DOCK HIGH 13”

WATERMARK COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DUSTIN HANSEN / 918-994-4407 4527 E 91ST ST, TULSA, OK 74137

55,000 100% $6.00

OWASSO LAND TRUST / BOB PARKER / 918-605-5865 12150 E. 96TH ST. N., STE 200 OWASSO, OK 74055

125,510 90.4% $6.50

8,400 12,000 NO

DRIVE IN 16’ NO

NORTHWEST NW

OSAGE INDUSTRIAL 3989 N OSAGE DR CATOOSA, OK 74127

4 DRIVE IN OH DOORS 3-18’

OWASSO OWASSO

OWASSO INDUSTRIAL PARK 202-310 E. 5TH AVE. OWASSO, OK 74055

SOUTH SOUTH

10405 E 55TH PL 10405 E 55TH PL TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

234,191 87.5% $4.50

29,186 29,186 YES

NO

SOUTH

5171 SO. MINGO ROAD 5171 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

31,450 100%

0 0 YES

LOADING DOCK/DOORS 28’ CLEAR NO

SOUTH

52ND STREET WAREHOUSE 10008-10050 E 52ND ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

96,480 100% $4.25

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH 22’ YES

SOUTH

5400 INDUSTRIAL CENTER 5439-5445 S 99TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74146

MCGRAW COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / DAVID LOONEY / 918-388-9588 4105 S. ROCKFORD AVE, TULSA , OK 74105

15,840 61.7% $6.00

6,060 6,060 NO

2 UP TO 21’ NO

SOUTH

55TH PLACE BUSINESS PARK 10404 E 55TH PL TULSA, OK 74146

ADAMS & ASSOCIATES / DAN ADAMS / 918-495-3661 P. O. BOX 2407 BROKEN ARROW, OK 74013

41,160 100% $7.25

2,940 0 NO

N/A 16.5’ NO

SOUTH

7181 MINGO CENTER 7181 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74133

EQUITAS REALTY ADVISORS / MARCO PLACENCIA / 918-280-9900 5801 E. 41ST STREET, SUITE 101, TULSA, OK 74135

37,400 100% $8.00

0 0 YES

GRADE 14’ NO

SOUTH

9999 E 59TH ST 9999 E 59TH ST TULSA, OK 74146

CBRE, INC. / JAMES HILL, JR. / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

81,960 0% $4.50

81,960 81,960 YES

DRIVE IN GRADE LEVEL (1) (5)DOCK HIGH 20’ NO

SOUTH

BRANIFF MART 5401 S SHERIDAN RD TULSA, OK 74145

BP EXCHANGE, L.L.C. / GORDON SUESS / 918-438-9058 10828 E. NEWTON STREET, SUITE 113 TULSA, OK 74115

33,600 66.1% $8.00

8,400 11,400 NO

10’X10’ OVERHEAD 12’ NO

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PROJECT NAME ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

LEASING CO. / AGENT / PHONE ADDRESS CITY / STATE / ZIP

SIZE (RSF) OCCUPANTCY RENT RATE

CONT. SPACE TOTAL AVAIL. SPRINKLERED

LOADING DOORS CLEAR HEIGHT RAIL SERVICE

SOUTH

FORD PARTS DISTRIBUTION CENTER 10007 E 61ST TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

80,000 100% $0

0 0 YES

YES 24’ NO

SOUTH

IPC BUSINESS PARK 10102-10126 E 54TH ST S TULSA, OK 74146

ADAMS & ASSOCIATES / DAN ADAMS / 918-495-3661 P. O. BOX 2407 BROKEN ARROW, OK 74013

68,660 97.1% $5.50

2,025 2,025 NO

YES 16.5’ NO

SOUTH

MARKET PLACE AT POINTE SOUTH 8303-8311 E 111TH ST BIXBY, OK 74008

WIGGIN PROPERTIES, LLC / SHAWNA HALE / 918-582-8100 5100 E. SKELLY DR TULSA, OK 74103-74135

106,900 77.6% $6.50

4,400 23,900

DRIVE IN 16-18’ NO

SOUTH

MARKET PLACE EAST 9436 E 51ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / DOUG BAUER / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

26,048 100% $8.50

0 0 NO

YES 12’ NO

SOUTH

MARKET PLACE WEST I 9410 E 51ST ST TULSA, OK 74146

NAI RUPE HELMER, LCC / MAX HEIDENREICH / 918-745-1133 6846 S. CANTON AVE,, SUITE 250 , TULSA, OK 74136

27,200 100% $9.00

0 0 NO

GRADE LEVEL 14’ NO

SOUTH

MARKET POINTE SOUTH 111TH ST & MEMORIAL BIXBY, OK 74008

106,900 75.3% $7.50

4,200 26,400 NO

DRIVE IN OVERHEAD DOORS 17’-21’ NO

SOUTH

METRO PARK EAST II 13555 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74012

MAPLEOAK INVESTMENTS / DAN GUTERMAN / 918-742-6201 4157 S. HARVARD, STE. 100, TULSA, OK 74135

100,000 100% $4.25

0 0 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 30’ NO

SOUTH

METRO PARK EAST III 13505-13555 E 61ST ST BROKEN ARROW, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

100,000 79.8% $5.95

20,180 20,180 YES

DOCK HIGH/DRIVE IN 30’ NO

SOUTH

METRO PARK EAST IV 13105 E 61ST ST TULSA, OK 74012

CBRE, INC. / DAVID GLASGOW / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

58,200 78.6% $5.95

12,450 12,450 YES

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN 24’ NO

SOUTH

REGENCY CENTER 5024 S MINGO RD TULSA, OK 74146

TWENTY-FIRST PROPERTIES, INC. / MIKE ESTUS / 918-743-4300 2121 S. COLUMBIA, SUITE 650, TULSA, OK 74114

28,800 100% $0

0 0 YES

5 24’ NO

SOUTH

SHANNON SQUARE

• • • • • • • •

9433, 9515, 9525 E 51st

99,192 SF Industrial Facility Four Freestanding Buldings Dock High & Grade Level Loading Up to 14.5’ Clear Height Professionally Managed Local Ownership Retail, Office and Flex Layouts Zoned IL - Light Industrial

Contact: Dwayne Flynn, CCIM, Ryan Shaffer, CBRE, 918-392-7249 SOUTH

SHANNON SQUARE 9433, 9515, 9525 E 51ST TULSA, OK 74145

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

99,192 72.9% $5.25

5,400 26,867 NO

YES 12’ NO

SOUTH

SKYLAND SOUTH 5130-5161 S 94TH E AVE TULSA, OK 74145

BAUER & ASSOCIATES / 918-665-1210 4821 S. SHERIDAN, SUITE 201 TULSA, OK 74145

65,095 92.3% $5.25

5,000 5,000 NO

YES 16’ NO

WEST

2804 W 40TH ST 2804 W 40TH ST TULSA, OK 74107

CBRE, INC. / TONY AARONSON / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

30,000 0% $2.40

30,000 30,000

WEST

6430 S. 39TH W. AVE. 6430 S. 39TH W. AVE. TULSA, OK 74132

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

31,312 0% $5.00

18,762 31,312

WEST

909 W. 23RD STREET 909 W. 23RD STREET TULSA, OK 74107

CBRE, INC. / TONY AARONSON / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

5,767 -815.0% $4.00

52,767 52,767

(17) GRADE LEVEL LOADING DOCK 14

WEST

TULSA INDUSTRIAL CENTER 5400 S 49TH W AVE TULSA, OK 74107

CBRE, INC. / DWAYNE FLYNN / 918-665-3830 1401 SO BOULDER AVE., SUITE 100 TULSA, OK 74119-3648

363,692 87.6% $5.50

45,000 45,000

DOCK HIGH & DRIVE IN

WEST

YES

NOTE EXPANDED LISTING

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American Heritage Bank 918-224-3210 anb.bank Page 25 Bank of Oklahoma 918-499-8470 7060 S. Yale Ave., Suite 301 Tulsa, OK 74136 bok.com Page 45 Case and Associates 918-492-1983 4200 E. Skelly Drive, Suite 800 Tulsa, OK 74135 caseusa.com Back Cover CBRE 918-665-3830 1401 S. Boulder Ave. Tulsa, OK 74119 cbre.us/tulsa Page 31 Cherokee Springs Plaza 918-442-2291 HWY 62, Tahlequah, OK 74464​​​​​​ cherokeespringsplaza.com Page 53 CityPlex 918-493-8888 2488 E. 81st St., Suite 188 Tulsa, OK 74137 tulsatrinity.com Page 1 Claymore 918-505-9292 300 N. Main St. Broken Arrow, OK claymorecm.com Page 23 Commercial Title 918-556-6336 4739 E. 91st St., Suite 200 Tulsa, OK 74137 commercialtitleok.com Page 2 CrossFirst Bank 918-494-4884 7120 S. Lewis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74136 crossfirstbank.com Page 11

Custom Cleaning Group 918-481-1940 6440 S. Lewis Ave., Suite 2700 Tulsa, OK 74136 customcleaninggroup.com Page 4

INTRUST Bank 405-949-6547 1450 S. Kelly Ave Edmond, OK 73003 intrustbank.com Page 45

Cyntergy 918-877-6000 320 S. Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK 74103 cyntergyaec.com Page 32

JLL 918-492-4844 405-721-1133 us.jll.com/valuation-advisory Page 25 KKT 918-744-4270 2200 S. Utica Place, Suite 200 Tulsa, OK 74114 kktarchitects.com Page 53

Firstar Bank 918-296-1310 9696 E. 101st St. Tulsa, OK 74133 firstar-bank.com Page 31 Frisbie Lombardi Commercial Real Estate 918-747-7600 P.O. Box 52126 Tulsa, OK 74152-0126 frisbielombardi.com Page 23 Gemini Rosemont 918-492-3400 6100 S. Yale Ave., Suite 390 Tulsa, OK 74136 geminirosemont.com Inside Front Cover Great Southern Bank 918-499-2602 4200 E. Skelly Drive, Suite 900 Tulsa, OK 74135 greatsouthernbank.com Inside Back Cover Guaranty Abstract Co. 918-587-6621 2705 E. 21st St. Tulsa, OK 74114 guarantyabstract.com Page 32 HUB INTERNATIONAL 918-747-8631 6100 S. Yale Ave., Suite 1900 Tulsa, OK 74136 hubinternational.com Page 80

McGraw Realtors has been locally owned and managed since 1938 and will be celebrating 80 years in business in 2018. The commercial division was founded in 2008 and since then we have acquired some of the most sought after listings in The Greater Tulsa Area. We now have 15 Commercial Real Estate Agents as well as a team dedicated to Commercial Property Management. We look forward to continued growth alongside our great city!

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McGraw 918-388-9588 4105 S. Rockford Road Tulsa, OK 74105 mcgrawcp.com Page 4 OK CCIM 918-850-3654 P.O. Box 14343 Tulsa, OK 74159 okccim.com Page 23 Price Edwards & Co. 918-394-1000 7633 E. 63rd Place, Suite 400 Tulsa, OK 74133 priceedwards.com Page 17 Tulsa Regional Chamber 918-585-1201 1 W. Third St. Tulsa, OK 74103 tulsachamber.com Page 11 Twenty First Properties 918-743-4300 2121 S. Columbia Ave., Suite 650 Tulsa, OK 74111 tfptulsa.com Page 17

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SUPPLY AND DEMAND As Tulsa population continues to boom and job growth maintains a steady climb, the demand for multifamily properties continues to speak volumes. The reduced unemployment over the past year (June 2017–June 2018) has increased demand of all housing types, but particularly multifamily. Tulsa’s unemployment rate increased slightly in June to 4 percent, however, this is still 80 basis points ahead of the 4.8 percent rate for the same period in 2017. According to CoStar’s Tulsa Multifamily Market report, the Tulsa job market experienced significant improvement for year-to-year job growth in the last quarter of 2017. Local companies are starting to feel the economy stabilizing for the first time since the decline of oil prices in 2014. The energy market is regaining its footing with Oklahoma’s rig count reaching a three-year high as of early in third quarter of 2018. Additionally, another of Tulsa’s major industries, the aerospace manufacturing sector, has started adding back jobs. A report published by Moody’s Analytics indicates that Tulsa’s year-overyear job growth is forecast to outpace the rest of the U.S. through 2018, and into mid-2019.

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The economy also will benefit from the

able, whereas less than one-third of that amount,

population growth for the Tulsa MSA, which

or about 500 units, are scheduled to hit the mar-

is estimated to increase at around 1 percent

ket in 2018. The majority of the multifamily mar-

per year through 2022, according to Esri 2018.

ket in Tulsa is comprised of B/C-level apartments,

This equates to just under 10,000 residents per

however, the bulk of units developed in the past

year moving to the Tulsa MSA. The population

several years have been Class A apartments. The

growth, coupled with a population base which

number of Class A units hitting the market in

tends toward higher income and education

2017 and 2018 necessitated some creative think-

levels than the rest of the state, will positively

ing in terms of marketing and lease up strategies.

impact Tulsa’s economic recovery. As the Tulsa

While rent concessions ranging from one-half to

economy improves and workforce demands in-

two-months’ rent was a common incentive, the

crease, so will the overall demand for real es-

use of branded gift cards saw an increase in

tate. We are noticing this in the trend toward

popularity.

lower vacancy numbers, after a sharp increase in vacancy rates in 2016-2017.

One of the largest projects to complete delivery in early 2018 was 71 Apartments at Tulsa

The chart below, from CoStar’s Multifamily

Hills. This Class A project was 90 percent occu-

Report, depicts Absorption, Net Deliveries and

pied at the end of July. There are four projects

Vacancy

currently in development, with delivery expected by the end of 2018: 264 units near West 18th

DEVELOPMENT

Street and Riverside Drive, 134 units in the South

Compared to last year, development activity has

Tulsa/Broken Arrow submarket, and 72 units in

slowed in the Tulsa area for 2018. During 2017,

two separate downtown Tulsa projects. The

approximately 1,600 new units were made avail-

number of new multifamily deliveries for 2019

ABSORPTION, NET DELIVERIES AND VACANCY Forecast

800

11%

600

10%

200

9%

400

8%

0

7%

-200

6%

-400

5%

-600

4% Absorption

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12%

Net Deliveries

Vacancy

United States Vacancy

Vacancy

Absorption and Net Delivered Units

1,000


looks to be minimal, with no new units expected

each generated a per-unit price of $101,000.

to hit the market until the fourth quarter.

Similarly, Marcus & Millichap reports that

Whether new development is in the urban

investors from around the country are attract-

or suburban markets, savvy renters are looking

ed to the high returns from local investments.

for communities that are conducive to a robust

While transaction velocity decreased in 2016,

live-work-play environment. This is achieved in

it has rebounded over the past year (ended

areas where there is a concentration of employ-

March 2018). The potential for larger returns is

ment, retail and entertainment options. The

the impetus motivating investors from the Mid-

suburban developments also will see greater

west and West Coast cities. Within Tulsa, yields

focus on areas with the best schools.

can range from 6-6.5 percent for Class A and B projects, to above 9 percent for older properties with fewer amenities.

SALES The momentum generated last year in sales vol-

The chart below, from CoStar’s Multifamily

ume is continuing into 2018. Sales were at $115

Report, depicts Sales Volume & Market Sales

million as of July 2018 according to CoStar’s

Price Per Unit.

Multifamily Market Report. Also noted, more and more out-of-state buyers have shown inter-

CONCLUSION

est in investing in the Tulsa area, to which much

The stabilization of the oil and gas job market,

of the increase in recent sales volume can be

moderate interest rates and healthy investor

attributed. The two top sales of the year were

demand have smoothed out the uneven ride

Stonehaven Villas (296 units) for $30 million and

we have encountered over the past five years.

Preston Lakes (260 units) for $26.35 million. Both

Market conditions will continue to improve if

were to Hamilton Point Investments. The sales

supply and demand remain in balance. •

SALES VOLUME AND MARKET SALES PRICE PER UNIT $220,000

$180

$180,000

$160

$160,000

$140

$140,000

$120

$120,000

$100

$100,000

$80

$80,000

$60

$60,000

$40

$40,000

$20

$20,000

2013

2014

2015

Sales Volume

2016

2017

Tulsa Price/Unit

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Sales Volume in Millions

Market Sale Price/Unit

$200

Forecast

$200,000

$0

United States Price/Unit

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