21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City

Project Type(s): Arts, Community, Historic Rehabilitation, Hotel, Manufacturing, and Museums

Project Year: 2015

CDE(s): New Markets Redevelopment (Wiggin) and REI New Markets Investment

NMTC amount: $10,000,000

Total Project Costs: $56,432,386

21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City has transformed the historic Fred Jones Manufacturing complex, containing more than 150,000 square feet, into a vibrant contemporary art museum, a 135-room boutique hotel, with restaurant, bar, meeting and event space, and office space for the ADG architectural firm. Originally a Ford assembly plant that sold and serviced Model Ts and Model As, the 4-story building is a cornerstone in Oklahoma City's historic character and bookends downtown development on the west. The iconic structure has become a vibrant gathering place for the community with the contemporary art and cultural center, open free to the public 24/7, and by attracting new visitors and business, the 21c Museum Hotel will serve as a catalyst for economic development in downtown Oklahoma City.

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