119 Downtown Toast and Tour

8 Sep

Tulsa’s newest downtown residential project, 119 Downtown, will be having a Toast and Tour Thursday September 9th from 5-8pm.  Tour the completed model unit and join Modern Tulsa for some champagne and light hors d’oeuvres. 119 East 6th Street.

From 119 Downtown promotional material:

History

119 Downtown has quite a history. The architect of the historic Arco building, soon to be known as 119 Downtown, was Leon Bishop Senter, FAIA (1889-1965). 119 was completed in May 1950. It has been placed on the Tulsa Historical Walking Tour. The first floor exterior was finished with 1,200 square feet, or about 90,000 pounds, of Cold Spring Diamond Gray granite from Minnesota. The lobby of 119 downtown, which will be preserved during the renovation, was hand crafted with many different marbles. The entrance vestibules are of Vert Champdepraz from France. The walls of the lobby are of Italian marbles. Loredo, Chiaro, or Breccia Aurora, from Lombardy, and trim of Red Alberato from near Verona.

Building Overview

Residential Features
-Ceiling heights 9′- plus
-Wood flooring
-8′ high painted solid wood doors
-Brushed solid stainless steel hardware
-Energy efficient heating and A/C systems
-Many units with terraces, balconies and panoramic views

Kitchen
-Demode by Valcucine Italian Kitchen cabinetry
-Faucets with integral sprayer by Armando Vicario
-Steeltime stainless steel sinks
-Liebherr fully integrated refrigerators
-Smeg stainless steel all gas range
-Smeg stainless steel dishwasher
-Granite or quartz countertops
-Broan vent hood

Bathrooms
-Demode by Valcucine Italian cabinetry
-Italian style porcelain floor tiles and shower walls
-Kohler fixtures

Modern Living Features

-True Urban Views and Environment:
Featuring interior design elements that
are modern, substantial and timeless.
Italian-made cabinets, porcelain tiles,
granite countertops and white oak
hardwood flooring with 35 year warranty.
-Balconies and terraces with spectacular
urban views.
-Property tax at current rate for 6-10 years
-LEED Certification – energy savings
-Kitchen fixtures by Steeltime and Armado Vicario,
Kohler bath fixtures
-Extra storage available
-Connected to downtown tunnel system
-6 blocks to beginning of River Park Trail system,
storage for bikes, etc.
-Recycling Center on each floor
-Walking distance to Driller’s Stadium, BOK Center,
PAC, restaurants, parks, walking trails
-Fully sprinkled for fire suppression
-Rain water collection for irrigation and to
supplement the buildings cooling towers
-Reasonable monthly Homeowner’s Association fees
-Premium sound attenuation between
units and floors
-Commercial space
-Wood flooring
-8′ high painted solid wood doors
-Brushed solid stainless steel hardware
-Energy efficient heating and A/C systems
-Many units with terraces, balconies and panoramic views

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