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Posted on: June 6, 2018

Elm & New Orleans retail study underway

New Orleans and Elm

On May 31, 2018, the City of Broken Arrow hosted an open house at the Broken Arrow Nazarene Church to discuss redevelopment ideas for the intersection at New Orleans (101st) Street and Elm Place.


In August 2017, the Broken Arrow City Council approved an economic development feasibility study for the New Orleans and Elm Place shopping area. This step was taken in response to citizen concerns about the imbalance of retail stores and restaurants in different parts of the City. Catalyst Commercial was hired to analyze market trends and present solutions for a private-public partnership to revitalize the area.


“The most successful cities help create an environment for the private sector to grow,” said City Manager Michael Spurgeon. “We have a responsibility to our citizens, not just those who live near the New Orleans and Elm intersection, but the entire community, to get some professional assistance and determine what kind of reinvestment can be made to stabilize and revitalize the area.”


Watch the presentation from Catalyst consultant Jason Claunch, as he outlines possibilities for the Elm and New Orleans area.



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