92,000 sq. ft.
Market Sector(s): Commerical / Private, Historical, Hospitality
Attributes: Constricted Project Site, Historic Registry, Multi-Story, Sustainable Features
About the Project
The Tulsa Club, originally constructed in 1927, is an architectural gem and one of Tulsa’s best examples of Art Deco architecture. The renovation transformed the entirety of the 11-story, 92,000 sq. ft. building, while maintaining and restoring as much of the original architectural integrity as possible.
Repurposed primarily as a boutique hotel, interior spaces include the hotel lobby, a restaurant and bar, and 96 unique, modern hotel guest rooms with 30 different room configurations. The upper floors feature the restored grand ballroom, mezzanine, and an event space with a large outdoor terrace.
The interior finishes provide a sense of modern luxury, while incorporating many of the historical architectural details of the original building. Each piece of furniture was custom designed and is unique only to this hotel. Reaching back to the Art Deco era of architecture, much of the metal on the casework, furniture, lighting, and plumbing fixtures is brass.
Ross Group consulting with the National Park Service and the Oklahoma State Historical Preservation Office to ensure all aspects of construction met historical renovation guidelines.