Crystal Structures has been chosen to participate in the Santa Fe square project by providing 2 skylights to the trendy new project located in Tulsa OK.
Santa Fe Square, planned on two full city blocks bordered by First and Second streets and Elgin and Greenwood avenues, will feature a 600,000-square-feet project including retail space, office space, 291 apartments and a 105-room hotel.
The development is being constructed on the form site of a large parking lot and includes the formerly the shuttered Santa Fe rail depot building on the northwest corner. The refurbished depot will become the hotel while adjacent buildings will be leased for restaurants and shops. Office space will be available above the retail area.
As this development nears completion the excitement is building. The area is already rich with restaurants and night life, adding the apartments and hotel will enhance the already vibrant community.
Crystal Structures is working with Advantage Glass on the Santa Fe project. This will be the fifth project in which Advantage is teaming up with Crystal Structures. Previous projects include: A Gathering Place (2 buildings), Christ the King Parish, and Broken Arrow Elementary School. The architect on this project is Selser Schaefer Architect.