Phillips Murrah’s future office building, located at 424 NW 10th Street in Oklahoma City’s Midtown District, is featured in a great article published on Sunday by Oklahoma City Free Press reporter Brett Fieldcamp. Titled Big Midtown Development Brings Changing Landscape Expanding Community, the article reviews Midtown’s major construction and restoration projects, including the Phillips Murrah office building, Palomar’s Family Justice Center construction, and the restoration of the iconic building that once housed Brown’s Bakery.
Phillips Murrah President and Managing Partner, Dawn M. Rahme, was quoted in the story:
“Midtown is particularly attractive to us because of the unmistakable energy and vitality of the community,” said Dawn Rahme, President and Managing Partner of Phillips Murrah. “The new office complex will be easy for our clients to visit, and our attorneys and staff will benefit from working in a vibrant, walkable area full of great restaurants, unique retail options, and attractive housing options.”
All of the projects mentioned in the article are related to Midtown Renaissance, Midtown’s leading owner, operator, and developer of some of Oklahoma City’s most distinctive and architecturally diverse projects, which Palomar founder Kim Garrett describes in the article as “impressive” and “holistic.”
Click HERE to see the full article on the Oklahoma City Free Press website. Oklahoma City Free Press, founded by award-winning journalist Brett Dickerson, is a supporter-funded, independent news organization dedicated to providing quality journalism that positively impacts our community.