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High-End Shopping Center Coming To South Tulsa

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A high-end retail shopping center is coming to South Tulsa.

Construction is already underway.

The Vineyards On Memorial will be moving into a new shopping center at 106th and Memorial.

It's part of a $35 million project that will span 50,000 square feet once it's all finished.

"We spent over two years developing this project to come up with the right feel to bring Napa Valley to South Tulsa for shopping and fine dining," says Steve Wright of the South Tulsa Development Group.

It will feature two restaurants and between a dozen and 16 stores.

Organizers tell us the 20 acre area will have a distinct Italian style.

"This will be one of those facilities that people will want to come to when they come to Tulsa," adds Rupe Building Company President and CEO John Rupe, Jr.

The first phase should be finished by the end of the year.

The rest by early 2014.

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