The developer has opened a furnished model at The Classen, high-rise condos in a former office building at 2200 Classen Blvd.
Richard Tanenbaum bought the rundown 21-story, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired hexagonal tower two years ago at an auction for the Gardner Tanenbaum Group. The building was constructed in 1966 to mimic the Wright-designed Price Tower in Bartlesville.
The building has been transformed. The Classen was one of the first local examples of “adaptive reuse” — in this case, the transformation of an office building into a residential tower.
The 1,350-square-foot model, on the third floor, has two bedrooms and two baths.
Amenities include an on-site concierge, covered parking, a lap pool on the first level, a walking-jogging track, workout area, tennis courts, basketball court, putting green, two-bay driving range and business center.
Interior features include granite countertops (three choices), wood flooring (six choices) and carpet (three choices). Prices start at $178,000. The condos have 1,094, 1,235, 1,323 and 1,370 square feet. RE/MAX First is handling marketing.