119 Downtown

30 Jun

The urban Tulsa lifestyle is beginning to come into focus with the introduction of development project 119 Downtown. At the corner of 6th and Cincinnati, downtown Tulsa, this urban project will combine the historic class of the renowned ARCO Building (formerly, the Service Pipeline Building), built in 1949, with modern design elements, materials and technology.

The project will include residences as well as retail spaces with the anchor charted to be a restaurant/market, possibly the first place to buy groceries downtown. The project was designed by The McIntosh Group, will be LEED certified and feature Pohlenz kitchens, extreme sound deadening between units, underground parking, workout facility, common patio with bocce court and living rooftops to name a few. The units will range from approximately 600 sq. ft. studios to 2,600 ft. penthouses. Prices start at $135k.

The demo unit is under construction currently and will be available for viewing in the next 2-3 weeks. The sales office is open daily and several units have already sold. The building is open for visitors and has a lot to see already with the beautiful stone and historic charm.

Visit their website at www.119downtown.com


Below are a few photos I took while touring the property.

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5 Responses to “119 Downtown”

  1. shane 30. Jun, 2010 at 12:14 pm #

    LEED certified*

  2. cole 30. Jun, 2010 at 2:23 pm #

    My bad, thank you.

  3. gigi 16. Aug, 2010 at 3:54 pm #


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  5. dusty 13. Jul, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

    Interesting project but not sure how they can have bedrooms without windows. How do those bedrooms meet code in terms of required egress and light/vent reqs? Much less, who would want a bedroom without a window.

    Also, are these units required to comply with ANSI 117, chapter 10?

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