Oklahoma City is a major destination for a lot of people. One of the big draws for people from out of state is Bricktown. With music, sports, and plenty to do on a night out it is a great spot to go blow off steam after a long week in the office. There's a lot to see and do. According to reports, there could be a new attraction coming that would make Oklahoma City home to something no other city has; the tallest building in the US.

Could Oklahoma City Really Be Home To The Tallest Building In America?

If things go according to plan, Oklahoma City would become home to the tallest building in the US. There are currently plans to build a skyscraper, the Boardwalk at Bricktown Tower. These plans would make it the second tallest building in the country, just behind the Freedom Tower in Manhatten.

Developers want to go ahead and go for the gold, so to speak, and make it the tallest building in the nation standing 1,907 feet tall. The number is also the year that Oklahoma became a state.

New Skyscraper In Oklahoma City Part Of A Much Bigger Plan In Bricktown

The Boardwalk at Bricktown Tower is part of a much larger project. It's one of four towers in total and a lot is happening in the entire space that takes up around 5 million square feet.

There is plenty of community and commercial space, hotels, residential units, and condos. At the top of the massive tower, there are plans for a restaurant, bar, and observation deck.

As someone who loves hanging out in OKC, it will be interesting to watch and see what happens with these plans. Sure, the tower is going to stick out like a sore thumb. There's nothing even close to the same size anywhere around it. However, it wouldn't be the first time that OKC has installed a piece of architecture that makes most people scratch their heads. It's also going to be interesting to see how this project affects Bricktown as a whole.

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