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office development reaches completion

Good infrastructure is always a need for any city.

Oklahoma City is planning on adding several skyscrapers to its skyline. While those buildings are in the planning stage, several other historic buildings are nearing completion of their renovations, ready to join the office space availability in the city.

PLICO’s new headquarters is nearing the end of construction. The golden Flatiron building serves as a welcoming beacon to the downtown district. Members of the health care liability insurer have already moved into the first floor as renovations continue to take place.

Located at the intersection of NE Fifth Street and N. Harrison Avenue, PLICO purchased the 1920s building last year. It was vacant for many years.

Architect Rand Elliott designed the building updates, incorporating a new feel while maintaining the building’s historic look. PLICO will be a great addition to the downtown foray, and the building’s iconic look will add to the mix of historical and modern architectural design of Oklahoma City’s renovated buildings.

Read the full article here in the November 4th edition of The Journal Record.

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