$18 Million Development Planned For Broken Arrow Will Help Broken Arrow Homes

Finding a home in Broken Arrow will be easier than ever now with the new development of the $18 million development in the Rose District.

Broken Arrow, United States - January 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

With the announcement of the new $18 million mixed-use development in the Rose District of Broken Arrow, local residents can begin to expect the community to blossom in more ways than one. While the new development will offer more opportunities for commercial purposes as well as residential, neighborhoods outside of the Rose District can expect to benefit.

Ronda Butler of Ronda Butler & Associates Realtors, a local realtor and common face around town, says to expect the community to start bustling and growing, making room for more homes in the city. “Broken Arrow is already Oklahoma’s third largest city, but with this new development, it will create the need for more housing, and as one can see with Broken Arrow, the city knows how to adapt!”

With the potential boom in housing, it seems that now may be the perfect time to look for a new home is a home shopper is looking to move into Green Country or farther away from the hustle and bustle of Tulsa.

“Those who already own a home in Broken Arrow,” says Ronda, “will be the first to say that there is no better place to live and raise a family than here. Now, add in the culture and allure of the Rose District and the new development that is coming, those prospects are only going to increase and become that much more true.”

Add this new, state-of-the-art development in the heart of downtown Broken Arrow paired with January being one of the best months to buy a home in Broken Arrow, and one could make the argument that now is the best time to move to a community like this. With thriving prospects, a community that always has their neighbors backs, and a city that believes in rejuvenation and livelihood, one can expect this community to blossom into the beautiful Rose District that it is.

Contact Info:
Name: Ronda Butler & Associates at McGraw Realtors
Organization: Ronda Butler & Associates at McGraw Realtors
Address: 524 S Main Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012, United States
Phone: +1-918-361-6231

For more information, please visit http://www.rondabutlerhomes.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 286523

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