The Mayo 420 Building is a real building in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. Floors 3 through 10 are broken up into one and two bedroom apartments. There are many features to enjoy at the Mayo.
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- It is located on the corner of 5th Street and S. Main Street in downtown Tulsa.
- Named after brother John and Cass Mayo.
- The building construction started in 1909 and was completed in 1910.
- The first building consisted of five stories.
- In 1914, the building was expanded, added another five story building to the southwest of the Mayo.
- In 1917, they added five more stories on top of both building, creating two side by side buildings
- Now ten stories, the building became part of the "Tulsa Skyline."
- Begun in 1909, the Mayo Building is the oldest of the existing oil business buildings.
- It is the oldest office building in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- The Mayo Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
- Reason: it is one of Tulsa's earliest business/office buildings.
The entrance has a vintage brass and glass door. There is a vast ballroom that opens inside the entrance, respondent in white marble, statuesque columns, 1920s grand fixtures and a double staircase that curves upward to the promenade. There is a lobby with a front desk and gleaming elevators. The main ballroom has marble columns with a lovely high ceiling, ornate Art Deco chandeliers and a wide double staircase with a curved wrought-iron banister that had a landing between the ground floor and the upper-level promenade. There is also a black and white marble floor and large candelabrums set to the right and left on the landing. Neferet turned the main ballroom into her offering room. There is also laundry faculties.
Neferet's penthouse has a living room with chairs, Persian rugs and a flat-screen TV mounted on the wall. There is also a wine bar filled with the dark, expensive Cabernet she preferred. There is also stained-glass doors and electric lights. She has the housekeepers get candles for her chamber. There is also a granite bar, fireplace, marble Art Deco coffee table and a large wooden dining room table that had pillars, pots, and votives on them. There are also lanterns on either side of the doors that once had lighbulbs in them and now have white tapers. There are exactly sixty balusters spaced all around the rooftop balcony and balustrades, carved stones that are thick, evenly spaced supports.