The Brady Heights District (or Brady Heights Historic District) is a historic district made up of houses and churches on both sides of both N. Denver Ave. and N. Cheyenne Ave. between W. Marshall St. and W. Fairview St.3 (although some sites extend that definition south of Fairview to the Inner Dispersal Loop1,2) just north of downtown Tulsa.  Per the Tulsa Preservation Commission:

"The Brady Heights Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 27, 1980 — Tulsa’s first district to be listed in the Register."1

Notable buildings in the area include:

  • The Brady Mansion (1920)
  • Centenary UMC (1921)
  • The Parish Church of St. Jerome ECC (1921)
  • Iglesia Bautista Emmanuel (1906)
  • 618 N Cheyenne (1906)2

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