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Mid-Continent Tower

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Identification

Mid-Continent Tower
Cosden Building
122952

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
terra-cotta
applied masonry
neo-gothic

Usages

commercial office
shop(s) service branch(es) fitness center

Facts

  • The Cosden Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
  • 80,000 pieces of terra cotta were cast for the facade
  • Tulsa's first reinforced concrete office structure and once tallest west of the Mississippi
  • The orginal building was completed in 1918 and known as the Cosden Building, after Joshua Cosden, a Tulsa oil baron
  • The original building was 16 stories high
  • After restoration in 1980, a twin tower was built to the east which supports a 20 floor addition cantilevered above the original building.
  • It is connected to the Kennedy Building by a tunnel running under East 4th Street.

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Location

401-409 South Boston Avenue
102 East 4th Street
401 South Boston Avenue
74103
Tulsa
Oklahoma
U.S.A.

Technical Data

513.01 ft
513.01 ft
513.01 ft
36
1918
1984

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1984

HTB, Inc.

Features & Amenities

  • City landmark
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