Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Downtown Library

The Ronald Norick Downtown Library, named after the OKC mayor who envisioned MAPS during the 90s, was the last MAPS project to open upon completion in 2004. For $21.5 mil, Downtown OKC got a 112,000 SF central library with 4 stories and iconic architecture. The first 2 floors provide library and research services, the 3rd provides business services, and the upmost level has conference amenities for nearby schools and corporations. Along the east edge there is a restaurant.

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