Broken Arrow’s historic entertainment district


Local developers have purchased the vacant First Presbyterian Church in the Rose District. They are planning to re-purpose the entire structure to breathe new life into the old building. The 5,000 square foot sanctuary will become a restaurant, and the old school building will hold office spaces. Developers Lynn Palmer and Stan Synar also developed […] [read more]

Rose District Residential Meeting

Source: Broken Arrow’s award-winning downtown district now wants to add housing, and the city wants to know what the public thinks. About 100 people gave feedback on what they’d like to see during a public meeting Wednesday night. The City said the Rose District is such a success when it comes to retail and […] [read more]

October 24, 2016

Phase IV Construction Update

The east block of Main from Dallas to El Paso is nearing completion. The planters are taking shape and the stamped concrete has been poured. El Paso to Fort Worth is also taking shape. Soon crews will be moving south to Galveston and the railroad tracks. Stay tuned for further updates and be sure to […] [read more]

Source: The new water feature made a big splash at its grand unveiling Wednesday night. The Rose District’s Farmers Pavilion drew about 100 to see the new water feature complete with changing color lights and different spray patterns. It did not take long for youngsters and young at heart to romp through the jets […] [read more]

September 13, 2016

Construction Underway!

Phase IV of construction in the Rose District has officially begun. This will include continuing the streetscaping from Dallas to Fort Worth to the south, and from College to Detroit to the north. The first section to undergo the transformation will be the east side of Main from Dallas to Fort Worth. Although things might […] [read more]

Source: BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma – Developers gave an update Friday on the latest phase of the development in Broken Arrow’s Rose District. They say they’re ready to start additional projects, including more housing. Developers say they want to make everyone feel like Broken Arrow is the right place to live. “We are going to be […] [read more]

Source: Greater Tulsa Reporter DOWNTOWN LIVING: Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony held Aug. 19 for The Oaks off Main, a brownstone-style residential development in the Rose District. In August, Primus Properties held a ground breaking for The Oaks off Main, a new residential development in the Rose District, to […] [read more]

Source: BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma – Broken Arrow’s Rose District is about to expand. Thursday morning, city crews began tearing down the former Assembly of God church building at 305 North Main. The building has been vacant for ten years. It covers a full block and when it’s cleared it will allow room for growth […] [read more]

Broken Arrow, OK,  May 4, 2016 – The Rose District in Broken Arrow is showing no signs of slowing down. Three new retail stores, American Hatfield, Simplicity and Hillary’s Boutique are all now open. “The continued success of the Rose District does not come as a surprise to us”, stated Wes Smithwick, President of the […] [read more]

By: Tulsa World -Samuel Hardiman Broken Arrow Chamber President Wes Smithwick and Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon touted the expansion as an example of a well-executed public-private partnership. Spurgeon said the goal with a venture like the Rose District is to create a sense of place — an area with the ability to draw […] [read more]