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other mid to high rise buildings

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first i want to say that there are a few more buildings but when i went to get the pics developed at wal-mart they screwed up the film. so the others will have to wait until this weekend ( i hope).

this is the oil center which is on northwest expressway.

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this is some medical building that is a few blocks from st anthonys.

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this is the tiffany apartment and the new york life building on northwest expressway.

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i forget what this is called, but i belive it is off brookline and nw 50.

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here are some triplets that are off northwest expressway.

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this is founders tower, it has the states only revolving restaurant on the top floor. it is a few blocks off of northwest expressway.

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this is the marriott which is on nw expwy and is also a stones throw from the founders tower.

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this is lakeview towers apts. this is near founders tower.

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this is a hotel which used to be an oil building. as you can see it is in front of the founders tower. on nw expwy.

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this is a shot from the staples parking lot.

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like i said i'll have more photos soon. damn you wal-mart :angry:

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Some of these look pretty old, like the Tiffany Building. :sick:

the tiffany building IS old. i sure wouldnt want to live there. eeew.

i know that the founders tower was built in the 60s.

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Founder's Tower is definitely one of my favorite OKC buildings. It's really unique and ads a lot to the Lake Hefner skyline. Thanks for the pictures! I've been meaning to go to this area with my camera for some time now... :)

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Really these are some painfully ugly buildings. Midtown OKC is really in need of just about anything. How about a flamethrower?

You didn't include the only interesting building in midtown IMO, the black tower on NW Expressway near Penn Square mall? What is that called? That's kind of cool.

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Midtown is just north of downtown, this is near Lake Hefner around 63rd street. Many of the buildings here are quite ugly, but Founders' Tower is quite good, I think. It's one of my favorites.

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Really these are some painfully ugly buildings. Midtown OKC is really in need of just about anything. How about a flamethrower?

You didn't include the only interesting building in midtown IMO, the black tower on NW Expressway near Penn Square mall? What is that called? That's kind of cool.

the tulsa guy comes out and says we need a flamethrower. 'preciate it, really.

and like i said i had some pics of other buildings, including the one you think is black, but wal mart ate the film. i was busy this weekend but i hope i will be able to go out and get pictures. i'll retake a pic of the black building. its valliance bank by the way.

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the tulsa guy comes out and says we need a flamethrower. 'preciate it, really.

and like i said i had some pics of other buildings, including the one you think is black, but wal mart ate the film. i was busy this weekend but i hope i will be able to go out and get pictures. i'll retake a pic of the black building. its valliance bank by the way.

hey, these are your photos, most people are going to post flattering photos, the best you put up was a bland mid-eighties marriott hotel.

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hey, these are your photos, most people are going to post flattering photos, the best you put up was a bland mid-eighties marriott hotel.

flattering or not, i was showing other high rise buildings that are not in the downtown area.

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hey, these are your photos, most people are going to post flattering photos, the best you put up was a bland mid-eighties marriott hotel.

Don't pretend like you don't have any fugly buildings in Tulsa.

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this is the building where they print the newspaper

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this is the classen

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valliance bank

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50 penn place

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sorry the pics are small. :(

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I'd like to call 50 Penn the Purina building because that red and white logo at the top looks like the Purina logo.

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