TULSA, Oklahoma -- Wednesday afternoon, the city of Tulsa's former city hall will no longer be a public facility.
City officials say a ceremony is planned for Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 2 p.m. for the city of Tulsa, the Tulsa Development Authority and Brick hugger, LLC to sign the closing documents on the sale of the building.
In a news release, Brickhugger LLC paid the city of Tulsa, $1.2 million for the building.
The firm plans to convert city hall, the old council chambers and 250 parking spaces to a 200-room hotel and restaurant with surrounding retail development.
Brickhugger LLC plans to begin construction and remodeling efforts immediately.
City officials say the $1.2 million will go towards payment on bonds for the new city hall at One Technology Center.