A distinguished address with a rich history, 101 Park Avenue is located at the corner of Broadway and Park in the heart of Oklahoma City's vibrant downtown. Overlooking beautiful Kerr Park, 101 Park Avenue is adjacent to the historic Skirvin Hilton Hotel and across from SandRidge Energy's headquarters tower and campus. It enjoys easy access to all parts of the city from adjacent interstates I-40, I-235, and I-35.
Top-quality amenities include spectacular views of downtown landmarks, direct connection to the Underground tunnel system, convenient parking, and a signature lobby designed by world-renowned sculptor Jesus Moroles.
Elegant and professional, 101 Park Avenue offers some of the finest office space in downtown Oklahoma City at very competitive rates.
101 Park is located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, overlooking Kerr Park, on the northwest corner of Park Avenue and Broadway. A 14-story, 200,000 square foot building, 101 Park was totally rebuilt by Continental Federal Savings & Loan for its corporate headquarters in the early 1970s. It has since served as the corporate headquarters of Hadson Petroleum and Sonic Corporation. Many tenants have been in occupancy for 20 years or more.
The building's 14,000 square foot floor plates offer a high ratio of exterior glass to floor area and exterior views on all four sides. Floor plans work well for large and small tenants alike. Interior finishes are some of the highest quality available in the city.
Parking is readily available in garages which connect by underground walkway to the building. Short term visitor parking is usually available on the street. The building's central location provides easy access to major highways, including I-40, I-35, and I-235.
Recent developments in immediate proximity to the building include the Renaissance Hotel, a new Marriott Courtyard, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Library and Learning Center, the newly remodeled Cox Business Center, the Ford Arena, and many other projects in Bricktown, Automobile Alley, and the Arts District. The downtown area is expecting several hundred million dollars of additional investment in the next few years, with the support of the City's Business Improvement District, and several Tax Increment Financing Districts.