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Author Topic: The Midland - Consumer Affairs New Office Space - 4th and Kenosha  (Read 550 times)
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« on: January 24, 2020, 11:02:09 am »

Thought this was worth breaking out in its own topic.

Here are a couple renderings of the renovated Midland on 4th St






Recall that this building renovation has been planned for awhile now: https://www.newson6.com/story/38950341/historic-tulsa-property-to-soon-house-the-midland-office-space

Based on the plans for the interior buildout, which was permitted in December, it’s going to house new office space for Consumer Affairs - with occupancy of up to 350 according to the plans.

https://tulsaok.tylertech.com/EnerGov4934/SelfService#/permit/d248f100-8836-46cd-ad79-0ad4f4ac287d (Click “Supporting Docs” to download the approved plans).

This company has grand growth plans. https://www.tulsaworld.com/business/tulsa-based-consumeraffairs-wants-to-add-hundreds-of-jobs-in/article_bd0d849f-ab2d-581d-a37b-7f57cdae97a2.html

It will be interesting to see whether they’re vacating the Petroleum Club or planning to have multiple downtown locations.

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« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2020, 01:11:50 pm »


This company has grand growth plans. https://www.tulsaworld.com/business/tulsa-based-consumeraffairs-wants-to-add-hundreds-of-jobs-in/article_bd0d849f-ab2d-581d-a37b-7f57cdae97a2.html

It will be interesting to see whether they’re vacating the Petroleum Club or planning to have multiple downtown locations.



Renderings look nice. Sounds like an ambitious company! I wonder when it'll be done. Maybe they plan to grow fast enough to fill up both offices, but would be tough to do.

With these new buildings, it is great for downtown and preservation, but also a challenge for anyone holding on to the now vacant space left behind. It will probably push those owners to renovate to compete (if necessary) or potentially turn some space into apartments if there's not enough office space demand.

Great that these buildings went from manufacturing storage to office space plus whatever else Nelson and Stowe has planned for that development.
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