Buying Time on Greenwood: Showcasing Local Black-Owned Products

Everyone is buzzing about the original Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s historic Greenwood District, especially during Black History Month. The anticipation is growing for the opening of Buying Time on Greenwood, a curated antique store located on the iconic Greenwood Avenue, also known as the original Black Wall Street.

Buying Time on Greenwood will offer a wide range of products, including antiques, artwork inspired by the area, gifts, apparel, and most notably, locally black-owned products. One such product is the Roots Skincare Collection, created by businesswoman Katina Walker. The collection, which includes body scrubs, oils, and lotions, has become highly sought-after not only in the Tulsa Metro area but also beyond. Visitors to Buying Time on Greenwood will have the opportunity to explore and purchase this popular collection.

The store is scheduled to open its doors on Thursday, February 8th at 1:00 PM CST. To celebrate the grand opening, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on February 15, 2024, organized by Starr Fisher. Local black-owned businesses, artists, and entrepreneurs are invited and encouraged to meet De Hall, the Store Manager, and explore the opportunity to showcase their own products on Greenwood, in the heart of the original Black Wall Street at Buying Time on Greenwood.

For those interested in participating, please drop by the store or reach out via email to This is an incredible chance to support and uplift local black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs, while also celebrating the rich history and legacy of the Greenwood District. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be a part of the vibrant community at Buying Time on Greenwood.

New Store Manager Announced for Buying Time on Greenwood

The upcoming opening of Buying Time on Greenwood, a new store in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has generated excitement in the local community. The store, located at 104 North Greenwood Avenue in the historic Greenwood District, is set to open its doors on February 8th, with a grand opening event scheduled for February 15th.

One of the key announcements surrounding the store’s opening is the appointment of the new store manager, De Hall. With previous experience as a business owner herself, De brings valuable expertise and a passion for supporting local artists, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and freelancers.

Buying Time on Greenwood aims to become a hub for the community, offering a wide range of products including antiques, gifts, artwork, and items created by local black artists. The store’s commitment to showcasing the talents of local individuals and fostering economic growth in the area is evident in their selection of products.

In addition to the physical store, Buying Time on Greenwood will also have an online presence. This online platform will not only allow customers to browse and purchase items but will also include auctions of artists’ artwork and other antique items.

The opening of Buying Time on Greenwood is a positive sign for the Greenwood District, which has seen a resurgence in recent years. The store’s presence is expected to bring increased foot traffic to the area and contribute to its ongoing revitalization.

As the grand opening approaches, residents and visitors alike are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to explore the unique offerings of Buying Time on Greenwood and support the local community.

Buying Time on Greenwood is hosting a hiring event today until 6 pm with on the spot interviews. For those unable to make it to the store, candidates may email their resumes to

New Business Opening on Greenwood Avenue: Buying Time on Greenwood

The Greenwood District, also known as Black Wall Street, is set to welcome a new business on February 1st. Buying Time on Greenwood, a curated antique and gift store, aims to celebrate the rich history of the area and support local black artists.

One business partner, Dr. Angela K. Chambers, of Buying Time on Greenwood will feature artwork that reflects the historic Greenwood District, including pieces inspired by the time before, during, and after the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Dr. Chambers believes that shopping in Greenwood is essential for building a thriving economic system, similar to what OW Gurley cultivated in the 1920s.

The store will offer a diverse range of gifts and antique items, with new merchandise being added daily. Dr. Chambers, along with her business partner, shares a passion for revitalizing the historic Greenwood District. Together, they have created Buying Time on Greenwood as a way to contribute to its growth and preservation.

To staff the store, Buying Time on Greenwood is hosting a hiring event on Saturday, January 27th, from 9 am to 6 pm. On-the-spot interviews will be conducted for store clerks and other positions. Candidates can also email their resumes to

The grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for Buying Time on Greenwood will take place on Thursday, February 1st. This event marks an exciting milestone for the Greenwood District, as it continues to rebuild and honor its remarkable history.

Don’t miss the opportunity to support this new business and experience the unique offerings at Buying Time on Greenwood.