Working together to build brighter future for families!
Tulsa, OK— Greenwood Rising, the new history center in the Greenwood District being built by the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission (“Centennial Commission”) will be built on land located at the southeast corner of Greenwood and Archer.
The Hille Foundation and 21 North Greenwood, LLC, already in the process of developing the land, halted construction and moved the site of a planned mixed-use building to donate the land to the Centennial Commission. In addition to this generous gesture, the Hille Foundation has long been engaged with the Centennial Commission's work. Many thanks to the Hille Foundation and 21 North Greenwood, LLC, for this extraordinary gift.
This prime site is: (1) situated just north of the Frisco Tracks, an important symbolic marker in the Greenwood District: (2) positioned so as to allow for walkability from a bustling point near “Deep Greenwood”; and (3) located at the single most iconic entrance into the Greenwood District.
Greenwood Rising will be built to the same specifications as originally planned. The Centennial Commission’s Pathway to Hope connecting to John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park, though soon-to-be reconfigured, will also remain a crucial part of the new Greenwood District experience.
Thanks to all the stakeholders, donors, elected officials, groups, and individuals who came together in the spirit of unity to make this all possible.
https://www.tulsa2021.org/ Phil Armstrong, Project Director
1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission
Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi) a nonprofit 501 (C) (3) is
organized to provide leadership for the north Tulsa community based on economic
development endeavors, and to improve the wellbeing and quality of life for individuals
in the community. NTEDi provides a continuous source of vision, inspiration,
innovation and constructive influence in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Key projects and the
work of NTEDi are focused on Creating, Investing, and Advocating to Build Wealth
in the north Tulsa community, as we support businesses in the community. NTEDi
is also focused on promoting quality housing and homeownership in north Tulsa.
NTEDi continues to work with the Tulsa community, partners and stakeholders to
develop, lead and promote the many great assets in north Tulsa, such as: Good
Highway access, 36th Street North Corridor Area, Higher Education beyond high
school, Close proximity to downtown, Gilcrease Museum, Land available for
development, Neighborhood Schools, Shoppes on Peoria, and the Peoria Connection
(Corridor). NTEDi is committed to
operating with the highest standard of integrity and serve a as a model for the
responsible management and use of human and financial resources.
NTEDi members nurtured an idea conceived more than twelve (12) years ago in north Tulsa. Former City of Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor and north Tulsa residents who saw it beneficial to pursue works collectively to improve Retail/Business Development, Housing/Homeownership, Education,Workforce Development and Marketing efforts in
Theme: "Breaking Barriers & Empowering Success through Mentoring?
“Tomorrows Leaders, Excelling Today!”
NTEDi serves as a pathway to revitalization and business development efforts for current and future residents of Tulsa. The mission of NTEDi is focused on “Rebuilding North Tulsa One Project at a Time.” This year’s educational events have been about preparing students for greatness! NTEDi objectives are focused on helping students be prepared to excel in life and any chosen field.
City of Tulsa Council Meeting
The regular City Council meeting are held Wednesday
beginning at 5:00 pm.
in the Council Chamber of
City Hall, 175 E. 2nd St. Tulsa, OK
and/or via Live during Covid-19
NTEDi Regular Scheduled Meetings are open to the public. Only members are recognized by the President to speak at meetings and make announcements. However, a request may be granted by president, if non-member made the request 5 days prior to NTEDi Regular Scheduled Meeting. The bylaws nor Robert Rules of Orders extends voting or speaking at meetings privileges to non-members. However, meetings will remain open to public and new attendees may be asked to introduce themselves. For more information, refer to RONR 10th ed. pp. 255, 625. Nonmembers have no rights to the actions taken at meetings (communication shared at NTEDi Meeting June 8, 2015).
"Rebuilding North Tulsa One Project at a Time"