320 SOUTH BOSTON
BUILDING

”HEART OF THE MAGIC EMPIRE”

For more than a century, the 320 South Boston Building has been a center of Tulsa’s economic power and prestige. Having leapt from humble cowtown to Oil Capital of the World seemingly overnight, Tulsa was often called the ”Magic City,” the jewel of Oklahoma’s ”Magic Empire” of oil wealth, ambition, and progress. And the 320 was its heart.

 

ARRIVAL & LOBBY

Guests arriving through the main entrance on Boston Avenue pass under a grandiose 33-foot arched entryway of cut granite adorned by a delicate twisting vine motif. Inside, the floor of the central lobby features a seventeen-foot compass pattern formed of contrasting black and buff Roman travertine inlaid with brass strips. Designed by famed Chicago architects, Weary & Alford, the 1928 Grand Lobby is dominated by an elegant dark Rosso Levanto marble with walls finished in Roman travertine. The lobby is best known for its richly colored arched ceiling, hand-painted with intricate venetian patterns, scrolled vines and female cherubs. The lobby was nearly lost to a planned 1959 renovation by the building’s then-owner, National Bank of Tulsa. The thousands of visitors who tour the building today can still admire the original lobby thanks to the bank’s customers.  It was the public’s affection for the hand-painted ceilings that stayed the hand of progress.

ADAPTABLE SPACES

REGARDLESS OF THE ERA, THE 320 HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CENTER OF RELEVANT AND MODERN INTERIOR DESIGN.

 

LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES

A premier business address since 1917, the 320 contains over 400,000 square feet of uniquely dynamic office space. Within the stately design of the structure can be found available floor plans ranging from 300 to almost 32,000 square feet. The 320’s towering ceilings and unusual interior features have proven highly adaptable to modern design concepts. Tenants weary of cut-and-paste floor plans are often delighted by the myriad of opportunities for uncommon interior solutions. The building itself reflects a time long gone—a time of quality craftsmanship that built structural monuments intended to last for centuries. Having an address at the 320 is more than prestige and convenience. It’s becoming part of the legacy that made Tulsa famous.

SERVICE & AMENITIES

A PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENT DEPENDS ON PERSONAL SERVICE, ACCESSIBILITY,
AND MODERN CONVENIENCES FOR BOTH YOU AND YOUR GUESTS.


  • THE BOSTON BUSINESS CENTER

    The Boston Business Center provides modern, affordable office suites to accommodate your business needs. Your small business can enjoy the advantages of private offices, access to multiple conference rooms, upscale reception areas, and kitchen and break rooms. All of this at a fraction of the cost of conventional office space. Our short-term lease options and competent, onsite administrative staff make the Boston Business Center a strong, suitable framework to maintain or grow your business.

  • SECURITY, STORAGE, & PERSONAL SERVICE

    Leasing at 320 South Boston goes well beyond office space. Our able customer service staff, building engineers, and security professionals remain at your call 24 hours a day. Other services available to 320 customers, but rarely found elsewhere, include onsite consumer and business banking services provided by Bank of Oklahoma, porter and maid services, and generous onsite storage solutions.

  • PEDESTRIAN TUNNELS & CONVENIENT PARKING

    The 320 South Boston Building is the central point of Tulsa‘s famed underground walkway system that that connects eight buildings, three covered parking garages, numerous eating establishments, two hotels, and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Well-lit, and monitored by on-site security, this network provides a safe, climate-controlled passage offering convenience and comfort for tenants and visitors.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

THE 320 PROUDLY STANDS AT THE INTERSECTION OF 4TH & BOSTON,
THE CORE OF TULSA’S PROFESSIONAL AND BANKING DISTRICT.

  • GUTHRIE GREEN
  • TULSA PAC
  • DINING IN DOWNTOWN TULSA

WORKING & LIVING IN DOWNTOWN TULSA

The last 10 years has seen Downtown Tulsa come roaring back to life as one of the most dynamic, thriving, and economically diverse central business districts in the region. Within easy walking distance from 4th & Boston, you and your employees will find vast and eclectic options for Downtown living, dining, entertainment, and shopping. The business traveler will find three of Tulsa’s finest hotels within one block of the 320, and the Inner Dispersal Loop, the key to Downtown’s easy access, serves as an interchange among five major expressways enabling drivers to reach the Tulsa International Airport, residential areas and outlying suburban towns within minutes. Commuters and visitors to Downtown will find parking convenient and relatively inexpensive. There are more than 6,000 parking spaces in close proximity to the building. The 320 South Boston Building is only a short walk from all major Downtown Tulsa locations including the BOK Center, Cox Business Center, City Hall, federal & municipal court houses, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, and Blue Dome and Deco districts.