Gumbel Building
Hampton Inn

The Gumbel Building is one of the earliest reinforced concrete high-rise buildings in the country.  Designed in 1904 by noted Kansas City architect John W. McKecknie, it was constructed as a speculative office building for

Faxon School Apartments

Faxon School is located in the National Register listed Squier Park Historic District, a 16-block streetcar suburb southeast of downtown Kansas City. Planning and development of the neighborhood began in 1908 and the school district

Ambassador Apartments
Ambassador Apartment Hotel

The Ambassador Apartment Hotel was constructed in 1924 and was designed by noted female architect Nelle E. Peters in the Spanish Revival style. The building has undergone a $19 million restoration and rehabilitation.

Roaster’s Block Apartments

The Boss Manufacturing Company Building at 701 Broadway Blvd and the Swofford Brothers Dry Goods Building at 330 West 8th Street, which functioned as a Folgers Coffee processing facility for over 50 years, have been

The Coliseum
Coliseum Apartments

The Coliseum Apartments were built in 1925 to provide workforce housing in downtown Tulsa during the oil boom. The building offered 36 compact but comfortable, one-bedroom and studio apartments flanking double-loaded corridors on three floors. By

Wesley Hospital

$10.5 million rehabilitation of the former hospital that had been converted to an 85-unit apartment complex in the early 1980s. Recipient of Oklahoma State Preservation Officer's Citation of Merit for 2016.

International Harvester

$9.5 million rehabilitation of a 1937 Moderne-style, one-story brick building located in Tulsa, Oklahoma's Blue Dome Historic District. Originally an auto showroom and later repair garage, the building was converted into office space while retaining