If these walls could talk!
A historic renovation has started on the 624 Boston Building, formerly the Oklahoma Natural Gas Building and originally constructed in 1928.
Now known as 624 Boston, this beautiful 10-story commercial office building is one of downtown Tulsa’s finest examples of Zig Zag Art Deco Architecture.
Stava Building is renovating the first floor for Oklahoma Fidelity, which soon will be taking residence in Tulsa!
Oklahoma Fidelity Bank, a division of Fidelity Bank, is a fourth-generation family-owned company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas with offices in Oklahoma City and Kansas City.
Its new Tulsa office will be led by Angela Troutz, a familiar name in Green Country’s banking business.
Oklahoma Fidelity Bank prides itself on serving as a true partner with their customers and local community This prominent corner of downtown Tulsa is the perfect location as they enter a new market.
Stava Building is proud to be the contractor on this breathtaking space and welcomes Oklahoma Fidelity Bank to Tulsa.
While the building will see some upgrades and reconfigurations, the historical integrity of the beautiful vaulted ceilings, decorative columns, and art-deco inlaid flooring will remain.
As best said by Stava Project Manager Justin Sessions “we just really need to stay out of the way of this amazing space.”