Oklahoma Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 1)

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State Capitol Complex
Oklahoma City, OK
These buildings are part of the State Capitol Complex. There are two pairs of mirror-image buildings. The Will Rogers Building and the Sequoyah Building, two top rows above, were built in 1961. The Connors Building and Hodge Building, the curved buildings, were built in 1973. The skywalk leads to the Connors Building. [map]

Founders Tower
Oklahoma City, OK
The 20-story Founders Tower was built in 1963. Originally, an office tower, the building was converted into condos in 2007. The revolving restaurant on the top floor of the building was originally known as the Chandelle Club. It went by a couple of other names after that. In 2015, the space housed George Prime Steakhouse. Since 2017, the space has housed 3Sixty Restaurant & Bar. The restaurant does not revolve. The folded plate part of the building at the base housed the Queen Ann Cafeteria from 1965-2006. For more, see this website. [map]

former Citizens Bank Tower
Oklahoma City, OK
The Citizens Bank Tower was designed by Bozalis & Roloff and built in 1967. It is the companion office building to the Citizens State Bank, aka the Gold Dome. The design was based on Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower from 1956 in Bartlesville, OK. The building, now known as "The Classen", has been converted from offices into luxury apartments. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Grace Commercial Real Estate
Oklahoma City, OK
2011: 2020:
This building was housing Grace Commercial Real Estate in 2011. It was built in 1971. The building now houses a law firm. Does anyone know what tenant or type of business was here originally? In 2019, the building was painted dark gray. [map]

former Kerr-McGee Research Center
Oklahoma City, OK
The Kerr-McGee Research Center was built in 1963. The round building houses the reception area. The building now houses Tronox, Inc. [map]