Oklahoma City Council OKs Plan for North America’s Tallest Tower

by Richard Korman, Nadine M. Post
Engineering News-Record

The Oklahoma City Council approved a zoning change on June 4 allowing a developer to build what is planned to be a 1,907-ft tower—and North America’s tallest structure—in a mixed-use development. The rezoning, which passed by am 8-to-1 vote, removes the height restriction originally placed on the site. Further approvals from the council will be needed as the plan moves ahead.