Cordish Companies breaks ground on Midland Lofts, Kansas City

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The Cordish Companies started work on converting the historic Midland Office complex in Kansas City, Missouri, into Midland Lofts, a 135-unit residential complex. The 135-unit project will be located in the Power & Light District neighbourhood of downtown Kansas City. It is near Cosentino’s Downtown Market, Kansas City Live!, the T-Mobile Centre, Genesis Health Clubs, the KC Streetcar line. Furthermore, there are numerous dining options, entertainment options, and cultural hubs like the Kauffman Centre for the Performing Arts. The Midland Theatre will be directly connected to the Midland Lofts.

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The Cordish Companies has made investments in downtown Kansas City for almost 20 years, including new construction projects and the renovation of historic structures. This includes the B&B Theatre, the Midland Theatre, and the current Midland Lofts. The Midland Theatre first opened its doors in 1927. Additionaly, it had a two-year, multi-million dollar makeover that was finished in 2008 by Cordish and AMC. The renowned Kansas City facility has welcomed millions of visitors since the refurbishment and stages hundreds of events each year.

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The adjacent office building will be refurbished to include 135 lovely, airy loft apartments for rent with a variety of open-concept studio and one-bedroom floor layouts. This underutilised historic gem has been unoccupied for more than 20 years. After it is finished, Midland Lofts will include a striking street-level lobby. Furthermore, it will feature big windows letting in natural light, and numerous seating places for conversation and entertainment.

The architecture and interior decor of Midland Lofts will embody the opulent finishes and style of One Light, Two Light, and Three Light. It will also reflect the theatre’s rich history and distinctive character. The project architect for Midland Lofts is a local Kansas City architecture and design business called Helix.