Three Light Luxury Apartments, a $140 million, 288-unit multifamily building in Kansas City, Missouri, has been completed by Cordish Companies. The project’s architect is Hord Coplan Macht, and the general contractor is JE Dunn. According to Yardi Matrix data, AGM Financial Services originated a $109.1 million HUD construction loan for the development.
The 25-story tower began construction in 2021. It will have 7,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space in addition to a studio, one-, two-, and penthouse units. Additionally, floorplans range from 633 to 2,302 square feet. Floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washers and dryers, quartz countertops, and private balconies are all expected in the apartments.
Furthermore, there will be an infinity pool, a club room, coworking spaces, a theater room, and a fitness center. Residents will enjoy an infrared sauna and a dog washing station. More than 30,000 square feet of amenity space has been allocated for these functions. The property is situated at 1477 Main Street. Additionally, it offers a variety of food and entertainment options.
This is a part of the unique Power & Light district in the center of downtown Kansas City. The structure will have paintings created by Alexander Austin honoring local jazz greats Count Basie and Charlie Parker as part of a celebration of the city’s musical heritage. The property is conveniently located near Interstate 670 and the KC Streetcar Line, making it simple to access the metro’s many sites of interest.
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With more than $10 billion in public and private finance, The Cordish Companies is in charge of building the whole Kansas City Power & Light District. The completion of Three Light, One Light, and Two Light in 2015 and 2017, respectively, will increase the neighborhood’s total number of residential units to just under 1,000. Residents of Three Light and Two Light will have access to the amenities of both buildings thanks to a sky bridge that connects the two buildings just above Walnut Street.