STONE WOOD HILLS LIFESTYLE DEVELOPMENT IN BROKEN ARROW IS ANCHORED BY BASS PRO SHOPS BROKEN ARROW, OK
Phil Roland, of Roland Investments, Ltd., has plans for its new $500 million development, Stone Wood Hills. The anchor of this new development is Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World which was announced yesterday.
This lifestyle development lies on 430 acres of natural trees and beautiful rolling hills terrain including an elevation 100 feet above the adjacent Broken Arrow Expressway with an outstanding view of both Broken Arrow and Tulsa. The site is located between the BA Expressway intersection at Albany (61st Street) and Elm Place (161st E. Ave.) with Battle Creek Golf Course adjacent to the west boundary and First Baptist Church's campus on the north side.
This unique wooded development has 1.3 miles of frontage on the north side of the BA Expressway and totals 430 acres of which 180 acres are set aside for residential sites and 250 acres are designed to accommodate retail, commercial and office space. The concept was the brainchild and combined efforts of land developer Phil Roland and realtor Mike Parrish of the Parrish Company Realtors, who dreamed of a new front door for Broken Arrow that would be a regional attraction for the city.
When architect Mike Hughes joined the team, it was only a natural for him to recommend taking the concept to his client, Bass Pro Shops in Springfield. Mike Hughes Architects has provided architectural services to Bass Pro Shops for several years. Hughes knew they were considering another location in Oklahoma and the typography of this site would complement the 'Bass Pro Experience.' According to Hughes, 'Each Bass Pro Shop reflects the natural characteristics of its surrounding community and often includes artifacts and historical photos as part of the design.'
Stone Wood Hills' developer and Broken Arrow native, Phil Roland, stated, 'This will be a major asset to the city of Broken Arrow because it will be a regional draw for tourism and businesses. Both the Broken Arrow and Tulsa economy will greatly benefit. We're very excited to have Bass Pro Shops as an integral part of the plan. And we certainly appreciated the quality of assistance we received from the City of Broken Arrow, its staff and city council who helped our idea become a reality.'
The rolling hills terrain, high elevation, natural trees, waterfalls, man-made stocked lake and natural surroundings are very attractive typography to restaurants, hotels with m eeting facilities, retailers, offices and consumers,' said Mike Parrish. 'We already have signed letters of intent from businesses to locate in Stone Wood Hills.' Financing for the project is by Stillwater National Bank. Residential subdivision d esign is by Bland Pittman.
Companies interested in more information on Stone Wood Hills should contact Mike Parrish, Parrish Company Realtors, 6106 S. Memorial, Tulsa, OK 74133 or contact us.