Rose Rock Development Partners



Rose Rock specializes in mixed-use real estate projects throughout the region, with a focus on generating value for the company’s stakeholders and community partners.


Boulevard Place

Boulevard Place is an eight-story mixed-use development to be built at the southwest corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and Shields Boulevard, adjacent to the Omni Hotel and one block east of Scissortail Park.  At over 260,000 square feet, Boulevard Place will feature 241 residential units, over 22,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and world-class amenities.


The Adams Building

The Adams Building is a thirteen-story, 53,000 square foot historic building in the center of Downtown Tulsa’s Art Deco District. It was originally constructed as a luxury hotel in 1928 by businessman Ike Mincks to welcome guests for Tulsa’s famous International Petroleum Expo, which took place the same year. The exterior is ornately ordained with exquisite terracotta detailing, harkening back to an electric mix of Art Deco, Neo-gothic, Italian Renaissance and Baroque influences. The lobby is embellished with colorful tiles, reflecting Spanish Colonial Revival themes.

We are converting the building into 60 affordable multi-family units, with a restaurant/retail space on the first floor.  Completion is scheduled for Summer 2019.

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The Reunion Building

The Reunion Building is a ten-story historic building in the heart of Downtown Tulsa's Oil Capital Historic District. It was originally built in 1917 as the First National Bank of Tulsa, also known as “The Oilman’s Bank.” The bankers at First National wanted their home to be as grand as their clients’ aspirations, so architect E.A. Rush, who also designed the famed Atlas life Building and Tulsa’s first City Hall, finished the building’s lobby in marble and trimmed its high ceiling in gold. The original brass elevators still lead tenants to the building above the bank lobby, which includes the “Banker’s Boardroom,” designed by the famed architect Bruce Goff.

We are converting the building into 90 multi-family units, with a restaurant/retail space on the first floor.  Completion is scheduled for Summer 2020.


Happy Valley Self-Storage

Happy Valley Self-Storage LLC (HVSS) has acquired a 100,000 square foot parcel in the Deer Valley submarket of Phoenix, Arizona, for the construction of an 80,000 gross square foot two-story self-storage facility consisting of 588 units of climate controlled self-storage.

The property is located on the northeast corner of Happy Valley Road and 19th Avenue in the Deer Valley submarket of Phoenix, Arizona, just adjacent to a recently constructed Circle K convenience store.  The site is part of a 10-acre retail development that currently includes an Auto Zone and a Brakes Plus.  In addition, there will be a further 53,000 square feet of retail built out over the next several years as demand dictates.


Red Mountain Self-Storage

Red Mountain Self-Storage will be a 650-unit self-storage facility located in Mesa, AZ.