If you are interested in the newest neighborhoods in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, you have a number of excellent choices in a city with outstanding amenities and a hometown feeling. Broken Arrow is located in the northeastern part of the state, is the largest suburb in the Tulsa Metropolitan Area with 100,000 residents, the fourth largest city in the state, Oklahoma’s second-fastest growing city, the 278th largest United States city, is one of America’s safest cities, and has the state’s third largest concentration of manufacturers.
Broken Arrow was listed as #69 in Money Magazine’s 2012 list of “The 100 Best Places to Live, was previously listed as one of the “Top 25 Affordable Suburbs in the South” by Business Week Magazine, and has been listed as a “Tree City USA” for six years in a row.
Why the name?
In 1902, the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad sold lots for the town site, and it was given its name after an old community in Alabama that was settled by Creek Indians. They were forced by the United States government to relocate to Oklahoma along the Trail of Tears in the 1830s. That new settlement was located several miles south of the present downtown Broken Arrow.
For families moving in, there is an excellent public schools system. A bond issue was just passed on February 10, which is a gift to the school district from the community. It will mean a long-term capital improvement plan that will provide the tools and facilities needed to help students be successful by providing outstanding educational opportunities.
Broken Arrow Campus of Tulsa Tech
Almost 3,500 full and part-time secondary and adult students take advantage each year of this campus’ extensive programs, laboratories, meeting rooms, and 330 seat auditorium.
Iron Horse Ranch
One of the newest neighborhoods, this is an ideal community for first-time homeowners and new families because the prices range from $120,000 to $200,000 for 12 floor plans that measure from 1,174 to 2,698 square feet. The subdivision has a clubhouse, a playground, a splash park, two ponds with fountains, a soccer field, 150 acres of beautiful rolling hills, and is only a short drive from the Creek Turnpike.
Stone Wood Crossing I
This new housing development features full brick houses, two water features at the entrance of the subdivision, and excellent access to the BA Expressway.
Stone Wood Hills II
Buyers can build their home on a hill that overlooks Broken Arrow. The neighborhood features a native rock wall along with water features at the entrance.
New custom homes in this two square miles of community with 13 different mini-neighborhoods offer a selection of styles and prices from $500,000 to $600,000. Homes are available or can be built close to a new elementary and middle school, and some are on the award-winning public golf course. There are four parks, 10 miles of trails, six fishing lakes, swimming, tennis, and an on-site top restaurant.
Tulsa Property Managers is a Jenks property management company offering professional property and real estate management, consulting and sales services throughout the Jenks and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma area.