August 24th, 2021
EightTwenty, a new energy services company, announced that they are establishing a new headquarters in northeast Oklahoma City which will create 75 jobs over the next two years. "EightTwenty is the first of its kind in Oklahoma delivering renewable energy solutions, from solar panel installation and support to electrical services that allow infrastructure to be future-ready with EV charging stations and battery storage," said the company's CEO Tony Capucille. For more information, continue reading the article published by the Journal Record.
July 12th, 2021
Griffin Communications plans to purchase and occupy the Century Center building in downtown Oklahoma City for its corporate headquarters, studios and newsroom. The company expects the move to be completed in 2022 which will bring nearly 200 jobs downtown. The building, which sits on the corner of Robinson & Sheridan, is home to Mahogany Steakhouse, The Oklahoman, and Main Street YMCA, who all plan to remain tenants in the building once purchased. Click here to read the article originally posted by David Dishman at The Oklahoman.
Canoo Selects Oklahoma For Owned Manufacturing Facility
June 22nd, 2021
Exciting news for Tulsa!! Canoo (Nasdaq:GOEV) has selected the MidAmerica Industrial Park in Tulsa for their US manufacturing facility. The company, who manufactures electric vehicles, announced it will start production and delivering vehicles from the site in Q4 2022. You can read the full press release found on Canoo's website.
May 10th, 2021
Amazon plans to build a 270,000 square foot warehouse distribution and sorting center on Mingo Rd. between 36th St. North and Apache Boulevard near Tulsa International Airport. The facility is said to bring at least 200 full and part-time jobs to Tulsa. This is Amazon's third facility in Tulsa after a fulfillment center and delivery station opened last year. For more information, please see the article published by Rhett Morgan in The Tulsa World below.
May 10th, 2021
TAT Technologies Ltd. has announced their plan to relocate its thermal components activities from Israel to Tulsa, OK. The company, as stated in the article from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, is "the world's largest independent manufacturing/repair company of thermal components for the aviation industry, and also the parent company of Tulsa-based Limco Airepair." Over 300 new jobs will be created from the project, as well as the company using CareerTech campuses to recruit the necessary technical tradesmen.
March 9th, 2021
Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort is now doing business as Newmark Robinson Park! We will continue to be an affiliate of Newmark, the third largest commercial real estate firm in the world. "Newmark's national connections are very significant to Oklahoma, providing relationships, leads, expertise, and innovation," said Mark Beffort, CEO. "But make no mistake, our company, Newmark Robinson Park, is Oklahoma owned and managed, and provides full-service commitment to our Oklahoma clients and properties," Beffort continued.
September 14th, 2020
We are excited to announce that we are adding to our team! Office brokers Dilon Argo, Amity McCabe, and Brad Rice will be joining Collier Imgrund, industrial associate, in our Tulsa office located at 110 W 7th. Please read the attached press release for further information.