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The City of Broken Arrow hosted a public meeting to share the findings of a redevelopment study done for the Elm Place and New Orleans (101st) Street commercial district.
The meeting took place June 18, 2019, at the Broken Arrow Nazarene Church. In early 2018, the City of Broken, in partnership with the Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation (EDC), hired a consultant to study and develop a plan to improve commercial and retail quality at Elm and New Orleans.
Neighbors have seen retailers relocate to other areas, such as the Hobby Lobby, and the Reasor’s grocery store recently closed. The consultant, Catalyst Commercial, spent a year conducting surveys, talking with business and property owners, as well as leasing agents, and investigating how other cities have revitalized struggling retail and commercial districts.