Newfield Claims Four Floors in BOK Tower

Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent Inc., a subsidiary of Houston-based Newfield Exploration Company, has signed a 10-year lease to occupy four floors of the BOk Tower beginning in September of this year.
The lease includes 90,620 SF of office space on floors 19, 22, 23 and 24 of the building. The company plans to relocate its nearly 270 employees in Tulsa from their current office location at 110 W. Seventh St.
“One Williams Center is able to attract a major tenant like Newfield because of the amenities it offers,” said George Shahadi, director of corporate real estate for Williams. “The facility has a private fitness center, bank, credit union, restaurant, gift shop, post office, floral shop and 24-hour security.”
Newfield will be a significant tenant in the 52-story tower along with other major tenants: Williams, Bank of Oklahoma, Magellan Midstream Partners, Conner & Winters, EXCO and Ernst & Young.
“It’s a great time to be in downtown Tulsa. With the new City Hall, and the development of the arena and all the retail and commercial opportunities that will surround it, this area is prime real estate for growing businesses,” said Shahadi. “One Williams Center truly is the center of downtown Tulsa.”
One Williams Center was the vision of former Williams chairman, John Williams, who sought to create a ‘center’ of downtown’s business and culture between First and Third streets and Cincinnati and Boulder avenues. The properties within the original One Williams Center included the BOk Tower, the current Crowne Plaza Hotel, Williams Center Towers I and II, and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.



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