Originally Posted by ltsmotorsport
Very nice looking, especially the atrium.
The cross section view looks like it says the tower is 925', not 952'.
It is, apparently a typo.
The Myriad Gardens are an urban oasis in a city more know for weather disasters than a landmark skyscraper, as seen this week with flooding. It will be interesting to see it constructed, and the methods they'll use. OKC is one of America's windiest cities, as well as one with a reputation for severe wx. I would not doubt this will enhance the city's profile, hell, the whole OKC Metro as a city with huge potential, that is being tapped now. It will show that this is a business city, yet still have a frontier feel. This will also probably make other companies look at the possibility of moving downtown and going up, there is plenty of room to do so anyways.
Another OKC landmark, First Nat'l Tower, is set for reconstruction to bring it up to par and class "A" status.
No observation deck guys, sorry, I'm busting that balloon today.
The view looking up from the atrium, it sort of resembles they cuts of the BOA Tower in Dallas. The top almost has small "fins" in a way, sort of reminiscent to Pickard-Chilton's 1180 Peachtree in Atlanta. Lastly, as always, a nice glass curtain that has basically become their trademark with it's recently completed and uncer construction towers.
Excellent choice and design Devon, good to see that energy money going to an actual good use, in ways that are financially, physically, and mentally positive.