Greenhill Industrial Park boasts excellent freeway visibility and access, with two interchanges to U.S. Highway 169 for north/south access to all major arteries in Tulsa.
Greenhill Industrial Park
Greenhill Industrial Park boasts excellent freeway visibility and easy access to:
• U.S. Highways 75, 169, 412
• OK Highway 266
Greenhill Industrial Parks central location provides easy access to:
• Interstate 44, 244
1 mile from Tulsa International Airport
4 miles from the Port of Catoosa
All necessary tie-ins in place for site developments.
Robert Shelton: Senior Special Projects Engineer at City of Tulsa
The core elements of road and pipe infrastructure exist for faster completion.
GIS Map: http://maps.cityoftulsa.org/engatlas/
Sections: 289, 360, 439 (Sewer, Storm, Water)
Topography primed for large scale development, with minimal slope change across large, contiguous sites.Download Report ↗
Limestone bedrock allows building footings to tie directly into the rock.Download Report ↗
No adverse seismological impacts on the Greenhill site or its existing users, even with a neighboring limestone quarry.Request Report
Phase I environmental site assessment for the Greenhill Industrial Park distibution center developmentDownload Report ↗
Zoned Medium and Heavy Industrial (IM, IH)
Class A Industrial Park
Flexible sites from 5 to 135+ acres
Blank canvas site can handle 1 million+ square-foot center
Flexible purchasing options to accommodate users' needs:
• Ground lease
• Build to suit
• Speculative building for lease
Tulsa is known for its buzzing arts and culture scene, creating a desirable quality of life.
Music: Home to the Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan archives, the historic Cain’s Ballroom venue, and the BOK Center Arena, Tulsa is consistently voted one of the top concerts venues in the US.
Arts: The downtown Arts District attracts thousands of visitors each month for its First Friday exhibits and shows, centering around the Tulsa Artist Fellowship.
Outdoors: Tulsa’s Gathering Place, a new $465 million 100+ acre urban park, won America’s Best New Attraction 2019 by USA Today. The city also hosts the Tulsa Tough cycling races each June, a beloved stop on the professional cycling tour.