Legacy Plaza, formerly known as “Dollar Thrifty Plaza,” was bought by the highly regarded Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation. The vision behind the Zarrow Foundation and supporting meaning behind the Legacy Plaza project is a staple to the Oklahoma Community. The “Core” Legacy Plaza was a multiple phased project. Each phase was bid separately and competitively. Key Construction is proud to proclaim the most competitive proposals throughout each phase.
Phase 1 was the exterior curtain wall and storefront replacement of all 12 stories, including 39,000 square feet of glass.
Phase 2 was the interior core upgrades and open office/common areas. The core upgrades included three public restrooms on each floor, a new mechanical room on each floor with a completely new MEP infrastructure and a new generator emergency power interface, new elevator cab finishes, new fire-rated walls around two staircases and a three-gang elevator system of all 12 floors. The common areas included superior finishes and custom items for a highly aesthetically pleasing and inviting environment.
Phase 3 was the exterior site upgrades. This included replacing over 200 feet of structural retaining walls and courtyard planter walls, new steel canopies with recessed lighting and aluminum finishes to match the Phase 1 windows. New utility infrastructure, landscaping, irrigation, color and patterned concrete in the courtyard, and a 40-foot tall monument sign were all new to the main entrance of Legacy Plaza.