“We want travelers to get their kicks on Route 66 by offering multiple classic car rentals in a neon-lit glass tower. Not only will it be a destination site unlike any other, but it will also be visually remarkable.”

- Kimberly Honea, Vice President of Hospitality and Development, Sharp Development

Route 66 Mixed-Use Development

The Future of the Mother Road

Located on Route 66 at the intersection of Southwest Boulevard and Riverside Drive in the historic Riverview neighborhood, the new Route 66 Mixed-Use Development pays tribute to the history of Route 66 while focusing on the Mother Road ahead. The design features contemporary aesthetics enhanced by traditional Route 66 highlights such as classic cars and neon. This unique approach recognizes the past while preparing for a new generation of visitors.

The site is divided into two sectors: the city-facing roadway and the parkscaped neighborhood. This plan maximizes the existing thoroughfares while respecting and serving the Riverview and River Parks communities. This development is designed to become an integrated part of the surroundings, paving the way for the future growth of Riverview, River Parks, and Route 66.


Project Development
This project is being developed by Sharp Development in partnership with the City of Tulsa on two acres of City-owned land at 815 S. Riverside Drive across the street from the Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza. The total project cost is projected to be approximately $25 million, with $5 million in City funds from the 2006 sales tax program.