- Chase Tower (Oklahoma City)
Chase Tower Cotter Ranch Tower
Chase Tower in downtown Oklahoma City.
General information Status Complete Type Office
Location 100 North Broadway Ave,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Coordinates Coordinates: Opening 1972 Height Roof 500 ft (150 m) Technical details Floor count 36 Floor area 515,000 ft2 Elevator count 10 Design and construction Owner Cotter Ranch Properties References 
Chase Tower, also known as Cotter Ranch Tower, is a signature skyscraper in Oklahoma City's central business district. Previously known as Liberty Tower (the name it had upon completion) and Bank One Tower, the building is now named Cotter Tower, after its owner, real estate holdings owner James Cotter of San Antonio, Texas. At 152.4 meters (500 feet), it is the tallest completed building in the city and the fifth tallest in the state of Oklahoma. Devon Tower currently under construction recently surpassed the height of Chase Tower so now it is the second tallest building.
Located at 100 North Broadway Avenue, the 36-floor skyscraper was completed in 1971 for Liberty National Bank and Trust Company, once one of Oklahoma City's largest banks. Liberty Bank was purchased by Bank One in 1997. After the bank's acquisition by Bank One, the tower displayed the Bank One logo. Today the tower presently displays the Chase logo as the bank holds an agreement to lease signage rights on the building.
The anchor of the USS Oklahoma, salvaged after the battleship was sunk at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, was located on the Park Avenue median between Chase Tower and the Skirvin Hilton Hotel until it was moved to its current location at 12th Street and Broadway. The USS Oklahoma was second in casualties only to the USS Arizona on the day of the attack.
7,437 interior lighting fixtures were upgraded in May 2001. The tower was acquired by Cotter Ranch Properties in 2004.
- JP Morgan Chase
- Devon Energy
- Morgan Stanley
- Petroleum Club
- Andrews Davis, P.C. (business law firm)
- Johnson, Hanan & Vosler Attorneys at Law (nationally renowned for expertise in Med-Mal Defense)
- Canyon Exploration Co.
In addition to many prominent businesses in Oklahoma City, Chase Tower is home to The Petroleum Club of Oklahoma City. Housed in floors 34, 35, and 36, the membership only club offers a panoramic view of the city and elegant dining options; featuring a great dining hall, banquet rooms, private meeting/dining theme rooms, and a buffet area. The Petroleum Club hosts most meetings of Rotary Club Chapter 29, the fourth largest private club in the world.
A transmission tower on the roof offers Sprint Broadband Direct fixed wireless internet service to customers within a 35-mile radius of the tower. Sprint Broadband Direct stopped accepting new customer in the OKC area 2001,then breifly started again in 2005. Sprint officially terminated services in all markets on June 30, 2008
- List of tallest buildings in Oklahoma City
- Petroleum Club website
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Skyscrapers in Oklahoma City CurrentChase Tower · First National Center · City Place · Oklahoma Tower · SandRidge Center · Valliance Bank Tower · Bank of Oklahoma Plaza · Leadership Square North · Regency Tower · 360 at Founders Plaza · Mid America Tower · Union Plaza · The Classen · Dowell Center · 101 Park Avenue Building · 100 Park Avenue Building · Robinson Renaissance · Colcord Hotel · Three Twenty Four Building · Main Place · Court Plaza · Hightower Building · One North Hudson · AT&T Building · Park Harvey Center · Leadership Square South · 50 Penn Place · Renaissance Oklahoma City Hotel · Oklahoma City Marriott · Sheraton Oklahoma City Hotel · Globe Life Building · AT&T Building Annex · Lakeview Towers · Oklahoma County Jail · Corporate Tower · Oil Center · Skirvin Hilton Hotel · Tiffany House · Oklahoma Gas & Electric Building · St. Anthony Hospital · Marie McGuire Plaza · Integris Southwest Medical Center · Oklahoma County Courthouse · City Center Building · Hampton Inn and Suites Bricktown · V.A. Medical Center Under constructionDevon World Headquarters · OU Children's Physicians Building · ProposedCotton Exchange Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Building Never builtThe Factory • Galleria See alsoList of tallest buildings in Oklahoma City
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