New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Tulsa, OK
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We serve all of Tulsa, OK.
WHAT WE DO.
As a full-service office furniture store, Office Barn is focused on helping Tulsa offices improve their appearance and work atmosphere.
What does ‘full-service’ mean? Thanks for asking. Full-service office furniture stores like Office Barn do not only sell new and used office furniture; we also provide office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and office space planning. So, if you have an office space in Tulsa, the answer to any of your furniture struggles is right here. Look no further into the endless abyss of the internet for help, because helping your office be the best it can be is why Office Barn exists.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 1,050 sq. ft. office space in Tulsa, OK, costs about $1,350/mo. That doesn’t include furniture, decoration, and any office-moving services that you require. Also, if you want that money to be well-spent, you want your 1,050 sq. ft. space to be an office worth working in. How do you make your office worth it? Call Office Barn.
* Averages according to CityFeet
NEW TO TULSA?
Moving to Tulsa for the first time can be confusing, so we’ve attempted to help you along the way.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of the greatest places in Tulsa. Yes; we’re that cool.
GETTING TO KNOW TULSA
Oklahoma’s culture statewide has been heavily influenced by Native American tradition, and nowhere is this quite as clear as in Tulsa. In 1836, remnants of the Five Civilized Tribes stumbled into Oklahoma, their numbers decimated and their people scarred by their terrible journey down the Trail of Tears. In the patch of thick forest that would one day become Tulsa, the Native American settlers made their new home under the protecting reach of the Council Oak Tree that stands to this day as a historic landmark. They named their settlement Tallahassee.
A decade after the Native American settlers had arrived, a part-Creek entrepreneur named Lewis Perryman built a wooden trading post in Tallahassee. His trade increased the visibility of the tiny Native American establishment, and began to help people see what would be Tulsa with new eyes.
The Civil War tore Tulsa’s hopes apart. People fled the area, leaving the potential city behind to the rampage of America snarling at itself.
However, when the war was over and the South had joined its sister states again, poorer, uncertain what to do without slavery upholding the Cotton King, Tulsa finally gained a foothold in popularity.
How? By discovering that jewel that makes any good Southern town shine: oil.
In 1879, the groundworks for greatness were set when the first post office was erected and the name of Tulsa was officially used. Also in 1879, the first railroad, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, chugged through Tulsa. The city was incorporated in 1898, with a population of 1,100. Then, in 1905, oil was discovered in the Glenn Pool Strike.
So much oil was in this vast reserve that Tulsa became known as the Oil Capital of the World. The population mushroomed as thousands came pouring in to take advantage of the oil-related jobs and wealth in and around Tulsa. By the time the petroleum industry had begun to ebb, it was the end of World War II and aviation was ready to supply Tulsa with more jobs.
Tulsa’s population has now reached above 399,700. Your business is an intricate part within the rich cultural history and tone of this city, and Office Barn wants to help your office reflect the vital role you play in preserving Tulsa’s tradition.
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