TULSA, OK – A tall tornado may be on order very soon for the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
It was February when we first heard talk about the idea of building an actual tower that looked like a tornado in the downtown portion of the city. The idea originated with the architect firm Kinslow, Keith, and Todd.
Since that time, people in 50 states and 44 countries have seen or heard about the story.
Those with money want to be part of the whirlwind of activity. In fact, investors in Asia and Europe are saying they want the tornado tower to be built sooner than later.
KFOR.com reports that the proposed site is about a fourth of a block but could be larger. The size will depend on whether the tower is 17 or 30 floors high.
Officials are now saying there is a 70-80 percent chance the tower will be presented to city leaders for approval within 2 years.