The citizens of the Bartlesville area and visitors alike enjoy the rich, diverse heritage of a town built by the oil industry. Roaming herds of exotic animals on an oil baron's vast ranch, a chic hotel in Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper, plus a wealth of Western art, culture and history, make the Bartlesville area a treasured place to live.

Living in this building you are just a few blocks away from the downtown, Conoco Phillips, Rogers State University, Community Center, Frank LLoyd Wright's Price Tower, the Library, Post Office and many shops and restaurants.

As for employment and life careers, the building is within a few minutes commute of many known names in corporate America such as Conoco Phillips. This is the perfect location if you work anywhere downtown.

Bartlesville is a jewel in the region of Oklahoma known as Green Country. It is characterized by rolling hills and an abundance of trees and beautiful seasons. The community is accessible by U.S. Hwy 60 and by four-lane U.S. Hwy 75. Hwy 75 leads to the nearest interstate, I-44, and the metropolitan city of Tulsa and the Tulsa International Airport approximately 40 minutes to the South.

The area enjoys a mild climate, with an early spring, a warm fall and a mild winter. The average annual temperature is 60 degrees Fahrenheit, with seasonal averages of 61 degrees in spring, 79 degrees in summer, 60 degrees in the fall and 39 degrees in the winter. Annual rainfall averages 35 inches and annual snowfall is approximately 10 inches.

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Three blocks North of our building you can see the Community Center and the Price Tower. If you go further North you see the downtown area. Everything downtown is just a few blocks away.