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WOODLAND HILLS MALL

7021 S Memorial Dr
Tulsa
(918) 250-1449

Woodland Hills Mall is a 2-level, 1 plus million square-foot, super regional shopping center anchored by Dillard’s, ,jcpenneys, Macy’s and Sears. The center features more than 165 fine stores, including over 80 stores you won’t find anywhere else in Tulsa. Among Woodland Hills Mall’s amenities are a carousel, a children’s play area, a glass elevator and a food court with selections to suit everyone’s tastes. We look forward to seeing you on your next shopping outing!


 

TULSA PROMENADE

4107 S Yale Ave
Tulsa
(918) 627-9282


UTICA SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER

1709 Utica Square
Tulsa
(918) 742-5531

It’s hard to believe that Utica Square was once thought to be on the “outskirts” of town. Over fifty years later, Utica Square is an anchor of midtown Tulsa and one of Tulsa’s most treasured attractions.

Even in its conception, the developers of Utica Square had the community in mind. The village-like design was developed to be inviting to the customer without alienating neighboring residents. This new concept was considered risky but Utica Square opened on May 22, 1952 as Tulsa’s first suburban shopping center.

Helmerich & Payne, Inc. purchased Utica Square in 1964. Almost immediately, Mr. Walter H. Helmerich, III commissioned the planting of over 300 trees. He simply wanted to “make the Square beautiful.” Today, Utica Square is not only known for its quality stores and restaurants but also its beautifully manicured gardens and trees.

Since its purchase by Helmerich & Payne, Utica Square has earned a reputation as the area’s finest shopping center. This can be attributed to Helmerich & Payne’s vested interest in the Tulsa community. Mr. Helmerich felt that a high concentration of quality merchants would greatly improve the retail industry in Tulsa. Utica Square began to attract the best local merchants as well as many popular national merchants. This dynamic mix proved to be the key to Utica Square’s success and is the reason why this trend continues today.

Utica Square may be known for its great stores and restaurants but it is the Utica Square events that are quickly gaining popularity. Over the years, Utica Square has established many events including Lights On!, Summer’s 5th Night, Art in the Square and Spring in the Square. These free events allow the Utica Square Merchants Association and Helmerich & Payne, Inc. to give something back to their customers and the community.

Whether you’re a frequent shopper or visiting from out of town, you can’t help but be touched by Utica Square’s charm and beauty. The Square’s many clocks remind you of times past while the chimes reflect the songs of the season. And the garden’s bronze fountain and statue are favorites of the young and old alike. Utica Square promises a shopping experience like no other. Come see why we call Utica Square a special place.

American Eagle
Ann Taylor
Anthropologie
Banana Republic
Bath & Body Works
Boxworks
Chase Bank
Coach
Commerce Bank
The Dolphin
Elephant Trunk
Gap
Grand Vin Bottle Shop
Hicks Brunson Eyewear
Ihloff Salon & Day Spa
J. Jill
J. Spencer Jewelry & Gifts
John Daniel Footwear
Jos. A. Bank
Kumon
LaMode Cleaners
L’Occitane
Loft
The Lolly Garden
Loops
Margo’s
Marmi
Miss Jackson’s
Moody’s Jewelry
Muse Intimates
Native
New Balance
Pavilion
A Pea in the Pod
Pendleton
Petty’s Fine Foods
Pier 1 Imports
Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn Kids
Professional Image Hairstyling
R. Lockwood
Restoration Hardware
Russell Stover Candies
Saks Fifth Avenue
Salt Yoga
The Snow Goose
Starbucks Coffee
Stems
Stonehorse Market
Talbots/Talbots Petites
Ted’s Pipe Shop
The Glass Slipper
U.S. Post Office
Walgreens
White House/Black Market
Williams-Sonoma


 

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