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21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City (2015)

Oklahoma City, OK

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NMTC Amount: $10,000,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $56,432,386

Arts

Business Development

Community

Historic Rehabilitation

Hotels and Tourism

Manufacturing

Museums

COMMUNITY IMPACT

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 serves as a catalyst for economic development in downtown Oklahoma City.

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