The new Sonic headquarters building is part of the revitalization of Oklahoma City’s first commercial warehouse district, known as Bricktown. The traditionally styled design and aesthetics complements the historic context of the Bricktown area while providing a functional space for office and retail. The structure consist of tilt-up concrete panel walls, cast stone, and the signature Oklahoma red brick. Additional prominent design elements featured include the natural-weathered copper detailing at the north and south entrances and the large expanses of green-tinted glass set in aluminum frames. To encourage pedestrian interaction, the office building also offers an outdoor amphitheater and plaza on the bank of the canal.
It was noted by the Tilt-up Concrete Association in 2003 that the concrete panels of the Sonic building were the 3rd largest and the 7th tallest panels in United States.