Heritage Trust Company

  • Heritage Trust Proposes $13.7M Makeover for Oklahoma City’s Journal Record Building

    Downtown Oklahoma City’s Journal Record Building may get a $13.7 million makeover, The Oklahoman reports. The makeover is part of a bid submitted on January 7 by Bond Payne, co-chairman of Heritage Trust Co., to the Oklahoma City Cultural and Industrial Facilities Trust. The building was constructed in 1923, designed by the prominent local architectural firm of Layton, Hicks and Forsyth. It was originally home to the Masonic Temple and later became a movie theater. The Journal Record called it home until 1995 when it was significantly damadged in the Oklahoma City bombing (April 19, 1995) which destroyed the nearby Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

    South 11 January 2013 16:03

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