Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C. recently executed a lease for 33,494 square feet at BancFirst Tower in downtown Oklahoma City. The firm initially would not consider its existing building for its future home, but the purchase of the former Cotter Tower by BancFirst, as well as the bank’s plans for an approximate $60 million renovation of the 500,000 SF tower caused them to reconsider. Although the firm seriously considered other options, it ultimately made the decision to reconfigure and renovate its existing space on the 28th, 29th, and 30th floors and sign a new long-term lease in what will be a vastly improved building.
The law firm was founded in Tulsa in 1966 and opened its Oklahoma City office in 1987. It also maintains offices in Bentonville and Fayetteville, Arkansas as well as Denver. Craig Tucker of Price Edwards & Company represented the firm in its search and negotiations. Tre Dupuy of Price Edwards & Company represented the landlord, BFTower LLC.
Iconic Midtown Building Sells for $2,200,000
The Stryker Building at 1143 N Robinson and the parking lot to the east, across Robinson were given a breath of new life by the recent sale to 1141 North, LLC for $2,200,000. Consisting of 37,770 square feet, this four-story Bedford Limestone neoclassical icon will undergo an extensive interior remodel; but retain its naturally beautiful exterior. Although anchored and improved by Stryker Medical, the building’s systems and accessibility had fallen into a neglected level of repair, then into receivership. Ford Price, Managing Partner of Price Edwards & Company, served as court appointed receiver beginning in August 2017 to operate and sell the building. The transaction closed in April 2019. Derek James and Cordell Brown, investment/office brokers for Price Edwards & Company, handled the transaction.
Edmond Land Sells for $1,263,000
Sooners LLC paid $1,263,000 to Erline and David Wood Trust for 2.93 acres of land at 200 E. I-35 Service Rd, Edmond. The site is located at the SE corner of the I-35 Service Road and Wood and Sons Avenue. It was the former headquarters of Wood and Sons Paving Company. The sale included an office building containing 1,500 square feet and a warehouse containing 6,000 square feet. Cordell Brown of Price Edwards & Company handled the transaction.
Altitude Trampoline Park Leases 33,500 SF in Edmond Crossing
Altitude Trampoline Park has signed a new 33,500 square foot lease at Edmond Crossing at 33rd and Broadway. Altitude is backfilling a portion of the former Homeland grocery store space that has been vacant for a few years. The balance of the space is being leased to HomeGoods which joins its brand partner TJ Maxx in the shopping center. Ev Ernst and Karleen Krywucki with Price Edwards & Company handled the transaction.