A neighborhood takes shape
Flatiron Gateway view west from Walnut and Harrison Avenue.
“A lantern at the east gateway to downtown OKC.” – Architect Rand Elliott
Downtown view at Gateway Corner arriving from I-235 exit ramps.
Gateway Corner will feature a coffee shop/café with historic theme.
Looking north from NE 5th, the historic building/addition under construction is left of the modern structure to come.

We are Flatiron


Location


This commanding location – and this moment in Oklahoma City’s renaissance -- demand great architecture. The Flatiron District is the eastern gateway to Downtown OKC and six vibrant urban centers, each steeped in history and opportunity.

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A Streetcar Route


The area’s historic triangular buildings were built soon after OKC’s electric streetcar routes were drawn a century ago. The Harrison-NE 8th route cut a diagonal path from N.W. 4th Street east of Broadway to N.E. 8th at Stiles Park, west of Lincoln.

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Gateway Block


Modern architecture will bring the distinctive flatiron shape into the 21st century; two companion structures will occupy the same triangular block.

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Our Team


CHUCK AINSWORTH
Ainsworth Company

RAND ELLIOT, FAIA
Elliott + Associate Architects

STAN LINGO
Lingo Construction Services




CONTACT US for more information on Oklahoma City’s historic Flatiron District.

We are FlatironA neighborhood takes shape