The historic Griffin-Goodner Grocery Warehouse was constructed in 1925 on the historic KATY Railroad, whose tracks ran next to the building. It survives today as an example of a temple-front commercial style warehouse. This large, two-story warehouse occupies the southwest corner of the intersection of North Detroit Avenue and East Cameron Street in Tulsa’s Historic Brady District and is listed as a contributing resource in the National Register of Historic Places. It is also notable for being home to the first new commercial business in the district in many years when Spaghetti Warehouse opened in this building in 1992. The building is significant due to its role in the development of a lively arts and entertainment district. It contributes to the historic fabric of the Brady Historic District and today’s vibrant downtown Tulsa Arts District. Adaptive reuse is preferred and demolition should be discouraged.
|City/Town: • Tulsa
|Location Class: • Commercial
|Built: 1925 | Abandoned: 1925
|Historic Designation: • Historic District
|Status: • Endangered
|Contributor: Preservation Oklahoma
|Year(s) Listed: • 2019