About the Charles Faudree Center

The Charles Faudree Center

Virtual Tour of Charles Faudree Center

Facility for those with HIV/AIDS named after longtime advocate Charles Faudree

Noted interior designer Charles Faudree in his living room in 2003. Faudree, who died in 2013, was a long-time supporter of Tulsa CARES.

Noted interior designer Charles Faudree in his living room in 2003. Faudree, who died in 2013, was a long-time supporter of Tulsa CARES.

By JERRY WOFFORD World Scene Writer
By tripling the size of Tulsa CARES, the Charles Faudree Center will greatly improve the facility’s ability to help those in northeast Oklahoma living with HIV/AIDS.
Faudree was a longtime board member of Tulsa CARES, the organization that provides support to people in northeast Oklahoma living with HIV/AIDS. A renowned interior designer in Tulsa and the area, Faudree died in November 2013.
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Architects:

Kinslow, Keith, and Todd

Contractor:

Crossland Construction

Square footage:

18,000

Number of offices:

26

Location:

11th and Louisville Avenue

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Estimated Days to Completion:

180

under construction