California developer Scot Matteson announced plans to increase the height of the Legends Tower to 1,907 feet tall–a symbolic figure in that Oklahoma became a state in 1907. Photo courtesy of AO.

The tallest building in the U.S. could be built in Oklahoma City. California developer Scot Matteson announced plans last month to expand a planned Boardwalk at Bricktown development by adding a 134-story tower at 1,750 feet. That would have put the tower slightly shorter than the 1,776-foot-tall Freedom Tower at One World Trade Center in New York City. But now Matteson has set his sights even higher. Last week, his investment and development company announced plans to increase the height of the Legends Tower to 1,907 feet tall–a symbolic figure in that Oklahoma became a state in 1907.

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