Oklahoma's largest bank to anchor Oklahoma City's newest towerPublished: Thursday, September 10, 2015 By: Steve Lackmeyer
The state's largest bank announced Thursday it is going to consolidate its Oklahoma City operations and become the name anchor tenant in a 27-story tower being built at 499 W Sheridan Ave.
Bank of Oklahoma joins Devon Energy Corp. as the two main tenants in the building, which will be named BOK Park Plaza. The move will involve 111 employees who already work downtown at BOK Plaza, 201 Robert S. Kerr Ave., and 124 employees who work at the Commerce Center building, 9520 N May Ave. in northwest Oklahoma City.
John Higginbotham, Oklahoma City CEO for BOK, made the announcement to employees about 8:30 a.m. Thursday.