Anyone who has spent much time in Tulsa knows that we are an exciting city on an upswing. In the past five years, entrepreneurs have turned vacant downtown buildings into stylish restaurants and nightspots. Adaptive reuse projects have put long-dormant historic structures back into service. And underappreciated neighborhoods are attracting the attention of investors and developers.
One of the most promising neighborhoods in Tulsa is the Pearl District, the historic area near Sixth Street and Peoria Avenue, just east of Centennial Park.The Phoenix Cafe is expected to open this summer in the Pearl District. Intersection of 6th and Peoria in 1954. The Phoenix Cafe building is on the left.
Lined with Plains Commercial storefronts, this old neighborhood is ripe for redevelopment. A weekly farmer’s market, art galleries, and stylish new nightspots have begun operating in the area, streetscaping projects are being completed, and a new coffeehouse is poised to open sometime this summer.This colorful mosaic graces the front of a building in the Pearl District.
The Campbell honors the Pearl District in Room 207, our Pearl Room, which is a standard queen guestroom with the ability to adjoin the king deluxe room next door.Our Pearl Room celebrates the historic Pearl District.
Decorated in gentle shades of gray, the Pearl Room is the perfect place to escape your cares for an evening or a weekend. Spend the night in posh comfort, then wander over to the Pearl District to browse its galleries, admire its architecture, and imagine its past and its future. To reserve your room, call us at (918) 744-5500 or visit www.thecampbellhotel.com.