History

Architecture & History

Be part of Oklahoma’s City renaissance while living in a piece of Midtown history. The Classen is a local landmark, loved by those who call the city their playground and want their own piece of the Oklahoma sky. The Classen is a prime example of the fine lines, architectural detail, and quality craftsmanship of Oklahoma City’s past. Originally constructed in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright in 1966, the Classen is a gold-toned, 21-story hexagonal marvel.  All glass, marble and aluminum, it towers in the Oklahoma City sky, offering some of the best views in the city – and contributing to the skyline.

The Classen has floor-to-ceiling windows with breathtaking views of the downtown skyline, the State Capital and renowned Oklahoma sunsets. Its towering presence is a premier architectural icon residents of our great state hold dear to their hearts.

The Midtown District is nearly as old as the city itself, with some of its earliest building going up following the Land Run in 1889. Midtown has become a surging community of diverse neighborhoods, businesses, and dynamic revitalization efforts, and over the past five decades the Classen has been a vital part of this history.

If you want to experience what it means to live at the Classen with its panoramic views, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, granite countertops and top-tier amenities, contact us today for a tour or click here to begin the lease application process.