The Classen
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The Classen

Oklahoma City, OK


Auerbach Opportunity Fund I, L.P.


Multi-Family - Class A


46,174 SF
73 Units

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2200 N  Classen Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73106


The  Classen (Originally Citizens Bank Tower) is residential high-rise in the  uptown section of Oklahoma City, near the city's Paseo Arts District and  Asian District. The tower has 21 floors and is 287 feet tall. It is currently  the third tallest residential building in the city. It was listed on the  National Register of Historic Places in 2010.

The building was finished in 1967 as the headquarters of the defunct  Citizens National Bank. The tower was then converted to rental apartments, and  serves as one of the premiere assets in the City.  significant building in Oklahoma City with  its hexagonal plan, slender profile, unusual sunscreens and rigorously  sculpted crown. It was among the first tall office buildings to be erected  outside of downtown Oklahoma City, setting the standard for other distinctive large freestanding suburban skyscrapers. The Citizens Bank Tower was designed  by Robert Roloff of Bozalis, who considered it a tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright  and his Price Tower constructed in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The interior of the tower has been adapted to apartment units for contemporary use. Citizens  Bank Tower has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since  March 8, 2010. The listing was announced as the featured listing in the National Park Service's weekly list of March 19, 2010.