BREAKING NEWS – Newport Beach, California – An ambitious real estate developer has announced plans to build what would be the tallest building in the U.S. in unlikely Oklahoma City.

Matteson Capital, a firm based in California, announced last week it would ask city officials to increase the height of the Boardwalk at Bricktown Tower construction project to a colossal 1,907 feet. If the request is granted, it would be the largest skyscraper in the U.S. and the fifth tallest in the world, according to a news release.

“Oklahoma City is experiencing a significant period of growth and transformation, making it well-positioned to support large-scale projects like the one envisioned for Bricktown,” said Scot Matteson, CEO of Matteson Capital.

Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson, stated the he is considering having a skyscraper constructed that’ll be twice as tall as the one to be built in the Oklahoma City project. He explained that his decision is not based on business growth, but he wanted a building tall enough, that he could see all the way to Texas, to determine how many immigrants Governor Abbott is loading up and sending to Chicago.