Peoria-Mohawk Business ParkTulsa, OK
Primed for Development
A partnership between the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the City of Tulsa lays the groundwork for industrial development of the Peoria-Mohawk Business Park. Key differentiators for the site include:
- $10 Million infrastructure and site development incentive to assist with costs associated with developing the site.
- Development partnership with George Kaiser Family Foundation and City of Tulsa provides expertise from other major community development initiatives and ability to creatively structure projects.
- Location near downtown and adjacent Bus Rapid Transit line provides access to diverse labor pool.
- On-site training partnership with OSUIT, Tulsa Tech, and Tulsa Community WorkAdvance helps ensure short and long-term workforce needs can be met.
Location: 1617 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74106
Acres: 117 Developable/133 Gross
Topography: Flat to Slightly Sloping
Zoning: Medium (IM)/Flex Industrial
Setting: Large User Industrial Site
Customized workforce training assistance will be available on-site through a partnership with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT), Tulsa Tech, and Tulsa Community WorkAdvance.
Working Age Population:
- Within 15 miles of site: 396,523
- Within 30 miles of site: 549,011
- Within 60 miles of site: 779,728
Transportation & Logistics
10 Miles to I-44 via I-244
Adjacent to State Highway 11 and Gilcrease Expressway
0.5 miles from US Highway 75
5 Miles to Tulsa International Airport
12 Miles to Port of Catoosa, furthest inland, year-round port in North America with access to the Mississippi River.
Located directly on the planned Peoria Bus Rapid Transit line. BRT line will provide service every 15-minutes, with a bus stop directly adjacent to the site.
Tulsa is the second-largest city in the state of Oklahoma and 47th-most populous city in the United States.
Tulsa was settled between 1828 and 1836 by the Lochapoka Band of Creek Native American tribe. For most of the 20th century, the city held the nickname “Oil Capital of the World” and played a major role as one of the most important hubs for the American oil industry.
Once heavily dependent on the oil industry, Tulsa’s diversification efforts created an economic base in the energy, finance, aviation, telecommunications and technology sectors. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa, at the head of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, is the most inland river port in the U.S. with access to international waterways.
- No. 1 city among top 100 U.S. metros on growth and inclusion (Brookings Institute 2016)
- No. 1 best state for unemployment insurance taxes (Site Selection Group 2015)
- No. 1 among top 10 U.S. cities, number of manufacturing graduates (Site Selection Group 2015)
- No. 3 nationally for new and expanded facilities among tier II cities (Site Selection Group 2016)
IN THE NEWS
Local Manufacturer Brings $50 Million Expansion to Peoria-Mohawk Business Park
The first recruit in what backers envision as a transformative public-private collaboration, Tulsa manufacturer Muncie Power Products Inc. announced Friday that it is investing $50 million into a new facility at the Peoria-Mohawk Business Park.
Housing Authority uses resident surveys to find best uses for property
Surveys by area residents are one part of the Tulsa Housing Authority’s $15 million community-driven planning process to see how its property can be used better…
Creating Jobs in the Heartland — Tulsa Style
In an unusual collaboration to bring jobs to Tulsa, the George Kaiser Family Foundation bought the land, the city provided the infrastructure and the educational institutions are training non-traditional employees to bring more manufacturing to the city…
Tulsa Aims to Combat Trade War Layoffs with New Business Park
The city of Tulsa, Okla. aims to directly combat this with the construction of a new business park. In a partnership with the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF), the city is offering a $10 million incentive to ease infrastructure…