By my calculation up to $2 billion is being invested downtown between now and 2015. So what do you like when you look at downtown today? What don’t you like? If you could change one thing, what would it be?
The AT&T complex dominates the view traveling south on Broadway along Automobile alley. The Pioneer Telephone building, one of downtown's oldest structures can be seen in the center of the photo, with equipment on the roof that has been unused for years. I am told the newer AT&T building, to the right, was built to withstand the end of the end of the world.
The Pioneer Telephone Building, circa 1920s, before the rooftop additions.
Old and new - BOK Plaza, OG&E headquarters and Devon Tower rising to the right.
Oklahoma Tower, Ronald J. Norick Downtown Library and Devon Tower.
Oklahoma County Courthouse and Oklahoma Tower
View of Devon Tower from the west lawn of the Myriad Gardens
View of Devon tower from south edge of downtown
And power lines shall go through it.... again looking north
View from the west (taken in October)
At E.K. Gaylord and Reno looking northwest
The downtown skyline can be seen in the background along the Bricktown Canal.
Sheridan and Mickey Mantle Drive in Bricktown
Looking west at NE 1 and Russell Perry
Looking west along NE 2
Another look west along NE 2
A classic - First National Tower
Bricktown Canal in Lower Bricktown
Downtown view from Maywood neighborhood in Deep Deuce
The old St. Nicholas Hotel at NW 8 and Broadway
Original view of St. Nicholas Hotel, courtesy of www.dougdawg.blogspot.com
View of downtown skyline from the Oklahoma River
Broadway and NW 4 (note one of these buildings shown will soon be history)
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