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Valley National Bank to Add to Tulsa Skyline


GREAT VIEW: People inside and outside of the new Valley National Bank building will have great views. The rooftop floor will house an In the Raw restaurant.



In a recent ceremony, executives from Valley National Bank joined Mayor G.T. Bynum and Tulsa Regional Chamber CEO Mike Neal to break ground on a six-story building located at 110 N. Elgin Ave. that will house its new downtown location and executive offices.

Speaking at the ceremony, VNB Chairman of the Board Tom Biolchini said he was thrilled to see this milestone come to fruition. “This is the Biolchini family and Valley National Bank stakeholders doubling down in Tulsa. It’s our statement to this community that we are here to stay. We want to be a part of the growth and success of this incredible city for years to come.”

Valley’s leadership sees this as a strategic move that fits in perfectly with its future vision for servicing its customers. Having a presence in downtown Tulsa will provide better access to local business owners and the downtown community at large. It is also an opportunity for VNB to invest in the energy of downtown and create a legacy location for the multi-generational, locally owned bank.

Also speaking at the ceremony, Valley National Bank CEO Brad Scrivner shared how the construction of this downtown branch is one of many future plans to take VNB into a new era that will put customers in control of their banking experience, “We have a vision of making banking surprisingly easy by delivering amazing experiences to multiple generations of customers, and this investment in downtown Tulsa is a strong statement that we are here for the long haul. We look forward to making other exciting announcements in the coming months and years as we continue to shape our brand and upgrade our technology to accomplish that vision of making banking surprisingly easy,” he said.

VNB will occupy approximately 22,500 square feet of the 100,000-square-foot building that will sit just across from ONEOK Field. Developed by the Ross Group and designed by KKT Architects, the new building is the result of a years-long collaboration to bring together the vision of Valley’s leadership team to create an addition to Tulsa that would be timeless, beautiful, cool, appropriate and inspiring. A rooftop conference room and event space will be available for rent and will feature perfect views of ONEOK Field. In addition, there will be a 388-space parking garage that will be available to the public for events like Drillers games and First Fridays in the Tulsa Arts District.

Early tenant agreements have been made with BKD, Summit Financial, Jackson Hole Capital Partners and In the Raw, which will have a rooftop restaurant. Additional office and ground-level retail space is still available. Each floor will have an outdoor terrace looking out onto ONEOK Field.

Updated 08-14-2018

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