Tuesday, April 14, 2009

CitiPlex Towers


The gold-tinted windows mirror the parking lot.


Tulsa's CitiPlex Towers striking architecture is prominent on the Tulsa Skyline.

The CityPlex Towers is a complex of three triangular buildings. The central tower is 60 stories, the East tower 20 stories, the West tower 30 Stories. Built near 81st and Lewis in 1981 as the City of Faith by evangelist Oral Roberts, it operated as a medical center and school for 8 years. Since 1989 it has leased space to a number of services, primarily medical offices.

3 comments:

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Hello,
Ah these huge buildings symbols of the United States for us Europeans. We now towers as high but good symbol remains the same!
Good day

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]

Bonsoir.

Très futuriste cet ensemble de buildings. La vieille Europe n'est guère habituée, lol !
Kisses.

Zhu said... [Reply to comment]

Weird towers! They stick out quite a bit.

I think in Ottawa, no building can be taller than the Parliament Peace tower.