Skyline is a premier Bricktown event venue on the canal, featuring rooftop and indoor spaces, located between the Chesapeake Arena, Santa Fe Station, and Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
Skyline on Bricktown Canal is a stunning one-of-kind event venue, located at the furthest west end of the Bricktown Canal. It’s situated on the third floor of the recently renovated Case Plow Building, with stunning views of both the Bricktown Canal as well as Downtown Oklahoma City and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Constructed in 1909, it is one of the oldest buildings in Oklahoma City and the oldest on the canal. The Case Plow was the central warehouse and distribution center for Case Plow Works which began as a manufacturer of agricultural implements, but unlike most of its competitors, the company made a successful transition to the age of mechanization. By the 1930s Case Plow would be one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of tractors and heavy machinery.
By 1937 the building was a warehouse for the O.K. Transfer and Storage Co., a firm which served 24 freight lines to 1,200 cities and towns in Oklahoma City’s trade territory.
The “ornamental” water tower situated on the top of the Case has been a part of Bricktown’s ambiance since 1994. Prior to that, a functioning water tower sat on top of the building for several decades adorned with the Red Ball Transfer & Storage logo. (Read KFOR’s news article)
The adjoining two-story building, historically known as the Red Ball Building, was built in 1929, and now serves as the headquarters for Antioch Energy, and is a long-time home to Zio’s Italian Kitchen.
The Harding and Shelton families purchased both buildings in 2008, began renovations in 2010, and moved into the newly renovated space in early 2011. Over the years, others have moved into the reinvented Case Plow and Red Ball buildings and now call these historic landmarks home.
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