Tulsa to See RiverWalk Development

Financing to help created second phase of 164,000-s.f. of retail at RiverWalk Crossing

November 2006: Gordon proposes that Tulsa annex Riverwalk Crossing, saying the city might provide better development assistance than Jenks. No action is taken.

February 2007: Gordon announces he has secured financing for the second phase.

New tenants filling Kings Landing Another new retail development in the area, Kings Landing at 9900 Riverside Parkway, continues to fill up.

Developer Sharon King Davis said construction on the $9 million, 50,000-square-foot shopping center is wrapping up, but four tenants are already open for business there.

"Things are going great," she said. "Tulsans seem to be very excited about this development.

The four open tenants include Interiors Market, a home interiors store; Fifty 5 Degrees, a wine bar and gourmet cuisine restaurant; Pink Daisy, a boutique clothing store; and Push Pedal Pull, an exercise equipment retailer.

Six more tenants have finalized leases and will open at the center in coming months, King Davis said.

"We're rapidly approaching 100 percent leased," she said.

New additions include restaurants Red Rock Canyon and Michael Fusco's Riverside Grill; J. Kole, a women's shoe store; Tulsa Hair Company; Ciel Gallery, a gift shop and boutique; and Floor Haus, an interior floor and design company.

Currently there are no plans to expand the center further, King Davis said.