One Place Tower Tops Out as Spring Completion Approaches

Mayor Dewey Bartlett, project officials and city business leaders gathered on Oct. 4 to mark the topping out of One Place Tower, the 18-story Class A Downtown office building,

Mayor Dewey Bartlett, project officials and city business leaders gathered on Oct. 4 to mark the topping out of One Place Tower, the 18-story Class A Downtown office building,  Tulsa World reports.

Located across the street from BOK Events Cener, the $120 million project will encompass 300,000 square feet of Class A office space, 25,000 square feet of retail space and a four-story parking structure upon completion next spring. Tom Maxwell, CEO of project contractor Flintco Cos., noted that the topping out coincided with the 10th annniversary of the property’s anchor tenant, Denver-based Cimarex Energy Co.

 Designed by Miles Associates, One Place Tower is the centerpiece of a planned mixed-use complex that will occupy an entire square block. Last month, Northwestern Mutual began moving in to an adjacent five-story companion building.

One Place L.L.C., the project’s developer, is working to secure financing for future phases, which may include a 120-key hotel and about 45 lofts and flats, a spokesperson for the company reported. In May, the Tulsa Development Authority gave the developers a two-year extension to Dec. 31, 2016 to finish the project.

Rendering Courtesy of: www.milesassociates.com