One of Tulsa's oldest, iconic landmarks, Crystal City was originally the site of a 1920s amusement park and a roller coaster named The Zingo. The park lured in visitors traveling the historic Route 66 and eventually was redeveloped into the present day shopping center.
Parcel 2 includes the multi-tenant building that currently houses Family Dollar, Auto Zone, Carl's Coney Island and H&R Block. Anchor tenants to the center previously included a grocery store and locally owned department stores.
Out parcels include a single-tenant building on the north end and an adjacent lot with Southwest Blvd frontage that is currently occupied by a used-car lot.
Parcel 3 is the former Crystal Bowl bowling alley which operated later as a paint ball center. The building will require a total rehab but offers a mixed-use space with reception area, lounge and large open space for office or entertainment use. The building is located on the south end of Crystal City Shopping Center and is bordered by an Arby's to the north.
Parcel 4 contains two single-tenant buildings. Building 1 is a former laundry with approximately 2,400 square feet. The space is largely open with a service counter and office in back. Building 2 is a former drive-through restaurant and on-site equipment will convey, including a proofing/baking oven, 3-door refrigerator, meat slicer, prep tables and several booths and tables. Building has visibility to Hwy 244 on the north side and offers an excellent start-up opportunity for a restaurant or quick serve business.
Directions: From downtown Tulsa, south on 244/Hwy 75/ML King Expressway. Exit 51st St and turn right (north) onto Southwest Boulevard. Follow to property on your right.