New Boulder Avenue opens up to a revived Brady District in Tulsa

When Tulsans and out-of-town visitors travel along the new Boulder Avenue bridge in Tulsa, they’ll discover a changed Brady District that has benefitted from more than $200 million in redevelopment, including the investment of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Published: February 5, 2013
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TULSA — Tom Wallace’s friends warned him against buying and renovating an abandoned warehouse in the Brady District for his engineering firm.

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Brady District has long history

The Brady District is one of Tulsa’s oldest neighborhoods. It is named after Wyatt Tate Brady, who arrived in Tulsa in 1890 as a shoe salesman and quickly opened one of the town’s first mercantile stores. Brady was one of the original incorporators of Tulsa. He was a longtime Tulsa promoter and developer whose legacy includes the district’s famed Cain’s Ballroom. To learn more about the Brady District, go to www.thebradydistrict.com.

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