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Verizon Cherokee Campus, Tulsa, OK 74117 - Office Space for rent

Verizon Cherokee Campus is located at 6929 North Lakewood Avenue in the Country Corner Estates neighborhood, OK, Tulsa, 74117. The Class A Office building was completed in 1985 and features a total of 860,000 Sqft. There are 6 Office spaces available for lease at 6929 North Lakewood Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74117, totaling 366,345 Sqft.$13 - $17/Sqft/Year The largest space available has 78,200 Sqft and a rental rate of $13 - $17/Sqft/Year.

There are 6 office spaces for lease in the Country Corner Estates neighborhood, totaling 366,345 Sqft of available office space. The office space availability for the 74117 zip code is 366,345 Sqft, in 9 office spaces. The average asking office rent per sq. ft. in Country Corner Estates is $15/sqft/year. For Class A office buildings the average office rate is $15/sqft/year.

In Country Corner Estates, there is 1 class A office building. In 1985, the same year Verizon Cherokee Campus was built, 53 more commercial properties (office, industrial, retail) over 50,000 square feet were built in Tulsa, featuring 2,656,771 square feet of commercial space. At zip code level, there are 20 commercial properties, of which 1 are office buildings over 50,000 square feet.


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Tulsa area receive better wireless service.

Improving the quality and capacity of Tulsa residents’ smartphone voice, video and data services makes good sense. Demand for wireless service is expected to grow seven times by 2023, and over the past year, demand for Verizon voice and data services has already doubled. Verizon Wireless has proposed a small cell network for Tulsa, consisting of small facilities mounted on utility poles and streetlight poles. The Verizon Wireless small cell network will greatly enhance service capacity and provide in-building service in hard to reach areas utilizing the most advanced and aesthetically discrete technology available today.

This affects you if you rely on cell phones to connect with your family, friends, or work. It affects you if you use your cell phone during emergencies or just to look up directions or local businesses. This is your opportunity to get better wireless service for you and your neighbors. All Tulsa residents benefit from improved Verizon Wireless service, even non-Verizon Wireless customers. First, the small cell network will relieve congestion on the Verizon Wireless network serving Tulsa by providing additional capacity to address demands for service. This added capacity improves Verizon Wireless’s network for all of Tulsa by off-loading calls and data demands from existing facilities. Second, these enhancements will improve network service for Tulsa first responders. Finally, should another wireless carrier’s network fail, the Verizon Wireless network is available to all users for emergency calls and text messages.  

To stay ahead of demand, Verizon is deploying new technology, commonly referred to as small cells. A small cell network adds coverage, capacity, and increases connection speed so that more users can connect to reliable high-speed wireless service where they live, work and play. Small cells are part of a macro-micro cellular communication coverage umbrella enabling information flow between traditional cell sites and small cells. This architecture provides a higher quality of service and increased capacity to a dedicated geographic location. Small cell architecture enhances the network for users in the selected geographic small cell area. The increased communication quality benefits customers during normal communication use and emergencies. Small cells are a fraction of the size of traditional communication facilities, use a fraction of the power and serve a much smaller area than traditional cell sites. The reduced size allows the small cells to attach to existing utility poles and light standards.


Since the launch of the smartphone more than 10 years ago, Verizon Wireless has been introducing new technologies to meet service capacity demands. Today, reliable service and in-building coverage are essential to the everyday lives of Tulsa residents, commuters and workers. Over the past year, the demand for Verizon Wireless voice and data services has nearly doubled and network enhancements are required to keep up with this ever‐increasing demand. Maintaining a highly reliable, high-speed, high-capacity network is also critical to emergency communications. Tulsa residents, commuters and workers depend on this reliability of the Verizon Wireless network, especially to communicate with emergency professionals during times of crisis – including police, fire, ambulance and hospital calls.

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What is a small cell?

A small cell is just like the name implies. Small cells are short range mobile cell sites used to complement larger macro cells (or cell towers).  A small cell augments Verizon’s capacity in a given area. It consists of a radio, antenna, power and a fiber connection. Small cells enable the Verizon network team to strategically add capacity to high traffic areas.  Small cells can also be used to provide coverage in difficult to reach areas.

Why small cells?

Demand for wireless data services has grown 18 fold over the past 5 years. Small cells are part of Verizon’s network strategy to provide reliable service and keep up with this booming demand for wireless data. Small cell networks add capacity in small specific areas to improve in-building coverage, voice quality, reliability, and data speeds for local residents, businesses, first responders and visitors using the Verizon Wireless network.

How does it work?

A small cell uses small radios and antennas placed on various types of poles like utility poles, street lights, or new poles in the public right-of-way. The coverage area can range from a few hundred feet to upwards of 1,000 ft. depending on topography, capacity needs, and more. This small focused footprint supports the latest technology-enabled devices, allowing more consumers to use the network for ever more data reliant applications such as health monitoring, location services, and enhanced social media services. 

Does this replace the need for macro cell sites?

For Verizon, small cells are part of a balanced approach to network coverage and capacity. Small cells compliment a macro cell network. As a network matures both small cells and macro cells are added where needed. Macro sites provide broad coverage, while small cells provide localized coverage in difficult to reach areas and localized capacity in areas of high demand.

Where will Verizon add small cells?

Verizon Wireless engineers design small cell networks to add needed capacity to meet rising demand and to provide coverage in hard to reach areas.  As a result, small cell networks are designed for areas ranging from urban centers to residential neighborhoods.

Are small cell applications reviewed by the City?

Yes, Verizon Wireless must obtain permits to install small cells in accordance with the Tulsa permitting process and design guidelines.

Are small cells reviewed for compliance with FCC safety guidelines?

Yes. All small cells must comply with the same stringent standards under which macro communications sites are reviewed and regulated.

Are small cells safe?

The Federal Communications Commission, in consultation with multiple federal agencies, sets federal government safety standards regarding small cells. Those standards have wide safety margins and are designed to protect everyone, including children, and were established after close examination of research that scientists in the US and around the world conducted for decades. The research continues to this day, and agencies continue to monitor it. Scientists have studied potential health effects of RF emissions from cell phones for decades. Based on all the research, federal agencies have concluded that equipment that complies with the safety standards poses no known health risks. And advisers to the World Health Organization have specifically concluded that the same goes for 5G equipment. In fact, the RF safety standards adopted by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are even more conservative than the levels adopted by some international standards bodies.

FCC: The FCC provides information about the safety of RF emissions from cellular base stations on its website at:

FDA: The Food and Drug Administration’s Cell phone website.

EPA: The Environmental Protection Agency’s overview of cell phone safety.

CTIA:  Wireless Industry Trade Association’s wireless health facts:, Wireless Emissions Bar Graph Comparison and Small Cell Chart

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  • May 2021

    Brandon and the manager, Brittany, provided exceptional service. My problem was with Asurion, not Verizon, but they committed to making all the calls necessary to track my phone on UPS so I could pick it up since Asurion had not done what they had told me they would do.

  • December 2020

    Dood is a complete tool!!!Tried to get loud with me and kick me out his storeI will be filing a complaint with corporateI asked to cancel my service and both employees ignored meThen told me i can only use the verizon apps for messagingThen jumped past me and helped another customer

  • October 2020

    This is the only Verizon store that I will go to. I have gone to like 3 other ones and this one here just blows the others out the park. Knowledge, kindness, helpful, cheerful people. Always giving good deals and always making sure everything you need is done before you leave. Thank you all for helping us.

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