The Mayo Building

100+ Years of History

In this panoramic view of Boston Avenue in 1910 or 1911, you can see the Pioneer Telephone Company building in the right foreground at 4th and Boston, the Mayo Building in the background, left of the Pioneer building, the new County Courthouse under construction to the left of the Mayo Building, and the Methodist Episcopal Church South in the left foreground at 5th and Boston. This picture is taken from the roof of the original Tulsa High School.

Five stories tall, the Mayo Building was built in a residential area south of downtown, to house the Mayo Furniture store on the first three floors and offices for a number of growing oil companies above. In 1914, the building doubled in size when a new wing was added on the north side. Three years later the building doubled in size again by adding five more floors.

Available Apartments for Rent

Apartment Floor Plan SQ FT Rent Apply Online
0502 1B1B 633 $975 APPLY
0706 1B1B 692 $1,100 APPLY
0300 2B2B 1,109 $1,200 APPLY

3D Apartment Tours

  • Finishes
  • Hardwood or Stained Concrete Floors
  • Granite Countertops
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Pantry
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Walk-in Closets
  • Heat and Air
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Wired for Cable/High Speed Internet

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  • Features
  • Great Views and Historic Charm
  • Controlled Access Security
  • Roof-top Deck
  • Community Room on 2nd Floor
  • On-Site YMCA (half price membership, no joining fee)
  • Shiloh's Restaurant
  • Storage Available
  • Bridge to Main Park Garage
  • On-site Property Management

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