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  #1341  
Old Posted Mar 28, 2012, 4:44 PM
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Yeah, they really knocked this one out of the park!
     
     
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Very nice looking tower indeed, congratulations OKC!
     
     
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This will have to change the way people see Oklahoma forever.
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Old Posted Apr 1, 2012, 7:53 PM
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Breaking news on OKCtalk about the rumored Mystery Tower we were discussing a month or so ago, Prudential may be relocating from London to OKC. Most of the speculation has been Hong Kong, but you can never count those Okies out.
     
     
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Old Posted Apr 2, 2012, 4:59 AM
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Great building!
     
     
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Prudential is based in Newark, NJ. Not sure where you got your info from.
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Prudential is based in Newark, NJ. Not sure where you got your info from.
There are 2 different Prudentials one based in London, do a little research and get back to me.
     
     
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Continental wasted no time in putting their signage atop Devon's old main building.
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2012, 3:09 AM
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2012, 4:29 AM
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Dulahey took this is from SH-9 and Portland in Southern Newcastle suburb, 20 miles away.
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This will have to change the way people see Oklahoma forever.
Sums it up very well! To say it's impressive is an understatement.
     
     
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From that far away it looks very well like a 2000 footer. Very impressive!
     
     
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I just wanted to say, this Oklahoma Tower is nothing short of a 21st century masterpiece of thoughtful, detailed and articulated architecture. Hines has done it again by hiring the best architects for the job. That Rotunda is simply classic, I truly believe a project of this calibre has no doubt changed the fortunes of an entire city and possibly the whole state. I think good things are coming to Oklahoma City.

Hell, as a SSP geek I would travel to OKC just to see and experience this fantastic building, and once that observation deck opens, it is going to be a star attraction.

Congratulations and Well done on such an awesome skyscraper Oklahoma!
This from a resident of Calgary who had the Eight Avenue Place recently completed and done by Hines and P.Chilton. I was an associate for the local firm who worked with both parties to get the drawings done for construction on that one, and now the second tower is officially under construction which had undergone a design revision to be taller now. It will now be 177.1m, 41 storeys and 850,000 sq.ft.
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