TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma Central CU celebrated its new headquarters and branch Tuesday at the former site of the historic Camelot Hotel, which was torn down nearly five years ago.

The new facility on the northwest corner of 51st Street and Peoria Ave. will have banking services on the first floor and the second and third floors of the 22,000-square-foot building will house administrative and executive offices for the $470-million credit union.

Oklahoma Central’s current headquarters on E. 41st St. will continue to operate as the credit union’s flagship branch.

The nearly six-acre lot at 51st and Peoria was home to the historic Camelot Hotel, built in the mid-1960s. The eight-story building was considered Tulsa’s most distinctive hotel for decades, but it fell into disrepair and was razed beginning in September 2007.


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