Chicken-Fried News: Golden opportunities 

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The dome is dead. Long live the dome?

The landmark Gold Dome building on the corner of 23rd Street and Classen Boulevard is up for sale.

Again.

TEEMCO — the “professional environmental engineering” company (according to its website) that promised to be the building’s anchor tenant and boasted restoration plans for the structure that included saltwater and freshwater aquariums and the “world’s largest” salt crystal lamp — abandoned its plans. It appears it was all too good to be true.

The building’s owner, David Box, confirmed to NewsOK.com that he’s putting the property back on the market.

TEEMCO backed out due to financial struggles related to the decline of crude oil prices, NewsOK.com reported.

Anyone interested? Perhaps it could still be turned into the best disco ever. Or even a real business headquarters with aquariums and everything. We’re not so sure, however, about that lamp.

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