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Tulsa Club Hotel

Tulsa, Oklahoma

$37 million | 92,000 sq. ft. | Completed in 2019

The Tulsa Club, originally constructed in 1927, is an architectural gem and one of Tulsa’s best examples of Art Deco architecture. Not only was the building an urban escape for Tulsa society, it also accommodated the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce on floors two through five for approximately 25 years.

Sitting vacant and unused for 22 years, the building had fallen into disrepair. The renovation encompassed the entirety of the building, maintaining and restoring as much of the original architectural integrity as possible. The repurposed high rise primarily serves as a boutique hotel — Tulsa Club Hotel, A Curio Collection by Hilton. The first and second floors accommodate the hotel lobby, as well as restaurant and bar space. Floors three through eight consist of 96 unique, modern hotel guest rooms with 30 different room configurations. The ninth and tenth floors feature the restored grand ballroom and mezzanine. Finally, the top floor serves as event space, including a large outdoor terrace, much like that featured in the original iteration of the Tulsa Club.

Carpathia consulted with the Oklahoma State Historical Preservation Offices and the National Park Service to ensure all aspects of the project met historical renovation guidelines.