Call for Community Volunteers -
Peoria Clean Up. The North Tulsa Economic
Development Initiative, Inc., (NTEDi) would like to invite citizens
to participate in the North Tulsa Peoria Clean Up project:
When: Saturday, September 25, 2021
Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: North Peoria area, 46th – 56th Street North.
In will be at Generation of Destiny Parking lot: 4601 North
Peoria, Tulsa OK 74126.
Dream Center and the Northridge Neighborhood Association will be joining with us to clean up north Peoria and nearby community areas. There will be dumpster available and supplies on hand, paint, water and gloves, etc.
Please call 918-534-6884 to let us know that you will be available to help with the Peoria Clean Up Volunteer event.
Alfresco Group’s announcement of Phase I development of a new boutique hotel property, the Stradford21 hotel. This significant property will commemorate J.B. Stradford and the original hotel at 301 N. Greenwood that was destroyed in the 1921 Race Massacre. At the time, it was the largest Black-owned and operated, black-guest-only hotel in America. The company will break ground on the hotel in September, followed by other developments in the future. The expected date of completion is March 2023.
The groundbreaking will be held at the Southwest corner of 36th North MLKB, directly across from Westview Clinic.
NTEDi Members Advocacy and support of the Alfresco Group LLC, TIF is paying off, and will results in benefits to the north Tulsa community!
The Tulsa City Council has approved $16-million to develop land near East 36th Street North and MLK Jr. Boulevard. The city is making it a Tax Increment Finance District (TIF).
The money will be used to create a multi-use building that includes residential units, a hotel and retail space.
The $16-million to help pay for the project will come from taxes, but the entire development comes with a $ 75-million price tag.
Tulsa-based developer Alfresco Group will be in charge of the project when it breaks ground in September of 2021.
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
The North 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.
TULSA, Okla. — The City of Tulsa and various other Tulsa leaders announced they have selected Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT) to develop the Kirkpatrick Heights/Greenwood Master Plan in a Tuesday morning press conference.
The Master Plan has a major redevelopment strategy to guide the growth of 56 acres of land in and around Greenwood.
Some key project goals of the Master Plan include:
NORTH TULSA BACK 2 SCHOOL DRIVE-TRHU EVENT
Once again the North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi) is helping families prepare for back-to-school by distributing school supplies – including headphones to assist with digital learning – with a special drive-thru event. Hosted on Aug. 14, 2021, from 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., the 17th annual North Tulsa Back 2 School Parent/Community Enrichment event takes place in the parking lot of Pine Premier Child Care, 518 E. Pine Street, Tulsa.
Co-sponsored by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Tulsa Public Schools, and Pine Premier Child Care, the event focuses on providing educational information and building strong partnerships with parents, stakeholders and concerned citizens.
“We will host this as a drive-thru event to minimize contact and make this a safe event as far as social distancing,” said Dr. Lana Turner-Addison, president of the North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative. “This North Tulsa tradition may look a little different, but it’s still a great opportunity for parents, teachers and the community to become engaged in the education of our children. We look forward to helping our students and families prepare for the 2021-22 school year.”
In addition to providing traditional school supplies like spiral notebooks and pencils, back-to-school items this year will also include facemasks and headphones. “We recognize that many students will benefit from having headphones as they complete their homework, which will allow them to remain focused on learning,” said Turner-Addison. “Headphones will help limit the distractions if they have siblings or other family members at home while they are engaged in schoolwork.”
Parents are urged to call ahead at 918-534-6884 and reserve back-to-school supplies for their children.
NTEDi continues to accept sponsorships of the North Tulsa Back 2 School Parent/Community Enrichment event. Please contact NTEDi at email@example.com or call 918-534-6884 for sponsorship information.
Our goal is to continually provide educational information and build strong partnerships with parents, stakeholders and concerned citizens supporting the McLain feeder pattern schools. The “Back 2 School” event provides an avenue for bringing the community together to receive and discuss information regarding Tulsa Public Schools offerings and educational enrichment services provided by our community schools.
Honoring our ancestor who lost their homes, business, community and/or their life during the 1921 Massacre.
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).