Downtown Tulsa just gained 500 parking spaces
Price Family Properties is constructing a $12.8 million parking complex at East Fourth and South Main streets.
As downtown grows, so do parking concerns in the minds of many Tulsans. In response to downtown development, Price Family Properties is constructing a $12.8 million parking complex that will add 500 downtown parking spots at East Fourth and South Main streets.
“To bring tenants to buildings, we need to provide convenient parking. As downtown continues to grow residentially and commercially, a parking garage is what we needed,” says Jackie Price Johannsen, president of Price Family Properties, which owns and manages more than 2.2 million square feet of office space in the central business district.
Like some of the company’s other properties, the structure — which is attached to First Place Tower — will have lighting that can change colors at night. The parking garage also will include 3,000 square feet of retail space on its ground floor. It is expected to be completed this fall.