TULSA - A new downtown building reached new heights Thursday as construction crews placed the top on the tower.
City leaders attended the official topping out ceremony for One Place Tower.
Located near 2nd and Cheyenne, the 18-story tower sits across from the BOK Center in the One Place development.
On Thursday, crews placed the final steel beam atop the tower, bringing the building to its highest point.
Speakers at the topping out ceremony included Commissioner Karen Keith, City of Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett, Delise Tomlinson with the Tulsa Metro Chamber, Rachel Zebrowski with Miles Associates and Dave Kollmann with Flintco.
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