Built on undeveloped land at the northeast corner of Robinson Avenue and N.W. 5th Street, the Citizen capitalizes on the momentum of new projects being developed in Downtown Oklahoma City. Led by a team of local and internationally-renowned firms, the Citizen’s design and construction will complement and positively impact the surrounding neighborhood.
The building concept will incorporate office space and potentially a variety of non-office uses. Plans and tenants to be announced.
As a new fixture to the downtown landscape, the building will offer expansive leasable space.
“I believe downtown Oklahoma City is the ideal place for us to develop our bold vision for Citizen, which will impact the community and state for generations to come. This project expands upon the success of The Heritage and is a unique opportunity for us to re-think how people will work and socialize in the future. We are excited about the opportunity to invest in our community.”
— Bond Payne, Managing Partner of JRB Citizen LLC
Development of the Citizen building is led by JRB Citizen LLC. Managing partners Bond Payne and Renzi Stone are co-leading the development of the building. Payne is well-known for leading and championing the restoration of The Heritage Building, which is adjacent to the Citizen. Genevieve Quick leads as project manager, with project sponsorship led by Polis OKC Investments LLC, an investment firm dedicated to supporting high-quality, generational assets that positively impact the community.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM), an internationally renowned and award-winning architecture firm, has been hired to design the building, with the company’s Oklahoma-based team leading the project. Additional development, building, and construction support will come from Oklahoma-based Lingo Construction and Atlanta-based real estate development organization Urban Realty Partners. PreCor Ruffin will serve as property manager.
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