Guthrie Green Park

Guthrie Green Park

Green Space Revitalizes Downtown Arts District 
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DETAILS

LocationTulsa,, Oklahoma, United States
ClientGeorge Kaiser Family Foundation
Size2.6 acres

Guthrie Green transforms a 2.6-acre truck yard into a lively urban park in the heart of downtown Tulsa’s emerging arts district. Opened in September 2012, Guthrie Green has become the area’s leading destination, drawing 3,000 plus people weekly to activities that have enriched the urban experience and spurred district-wide revitalization. The high-performance park includes a geo-exchange system that reduces energy costs for a nearby nonprofit arts center, providing a model for sustainable public realm landscape.

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