This is the Tristesse Center where Susan works as a counselor. There are two things about this that I find interesting. First that it was originally a family home back in the 1930s. It is located right on the south edge of downtown Tulsa and has been converted into commercial property rather than razed and rebuilt. There is a "neighborhood" of these and to my mind makes a lot of sense.
The second thing is that it is landscaped with a row of Nandina across the front. I have lived in several houses with Nandina and I am very fond of it. It is very hardy once established and maintains a compact growth habit. It blooms with white flowers in the spring, and sets masses of red berries in the fall. The leaves stay green all winter making it an attractive shrub all year around. Birds like the berries and I like the birds. Enough said.