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95% Condo Mortgage Financing Now Available!

95% Condo Mortgage Financing Now Available!

Arvest Bank is now offering 95% financing on all KCLoftCentral Downtown Loft Condominiums.  With today’s low interest rates and only 5% down, its a great time to buy a condo Downtown with KCLoftCentral and Arvest Bank.

KCLoftCentral has a wide selection of loft condominiums available for sale in Downtown Kansas City. These loft condominiums are spacious and contemporary, incorporating each building’s most desirable and historic features such as soaring heavy timber ceilings, colorful brick walls, large windows and original flooring. Whether you’re looking for a studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, three bedroom or penthouse, KCLoftCentral has a loft for sale that will fit your style and needs.

Our properties feature amenities such as covered and gated parking, fitness centers, washer and dryer hookups, community rooms, an indoor pool, hot tubs, tax abatement and much more.

Please contact us today for additional details: (816)-842-6544 or http://kcloftcentral.com/contact-kc-loft-central/

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Blazing Fast Internet Speeds

Where you can get blazing-fast Internet speeds A growing number of Americans have home Internet speeds that make your broadband connection look like dial-up. Ultra-fast Internet is quickly spreading across the United States. By fast, we mean gigabit-per-second speeds, roughly 100 times faster than the average home Internet connection. There are now 27 U.S. cities that offer gigabit Internet speeds to consumers — up from just two cities as recently as a year ago. AT&T (T, Tech30), Google (GOOGL, Tech30) and CenturyLink (CTL) have been the main drivers of ultra-fast Internet for home customers. Google was a pioneer in the field, bringing its Google Fiber service to Kansas City, Kan., in 2012 after holding a widely publicized contest two years earlier to pick the launch city. Fiber has since spread to Kansas City, Mo., Provo, Utah, and will soon launch in Austin, Texas. Google has announced plans to bring Fiber to nine other cities across the country in the coming years. AT&T’s U-Verse service has been most bullish in its gigabit Internet plans, launching or getting set to deploy in 14 cities over the past year — including major metropolitan areas, such as Dallas, Charlotte, Houston, Miami and Nashville. It is currently operating in Dallas, Fort Worth and Austin, Texas, and it is exploring gigabit Internet deployments in more than a dozen other markets in the future. Broadband provider CenturyLink is launching in 10 markets, including Denver, Las Vegas, Orlando, Salt Lake City and Seattle. The companies say that super-fast Internet speeds will help companies create the next big innovations that we can’t even conceive with our current speeds. For instance, no one would have believed that YouTube or Netflix (NFLX, Tech30) could have existed in the days of 56k modems. Although gigabit Internet hold great promise, the use cases for it today aren’t vast. Most content companies simply aren’t capable of serving up websites, photos or videos as fast as gigabit Internet users can download them. As gigabit Internet spreads across the country, however, content companies would likely be forced to make use of those capabilities. But it’s not certain that every city in the United States will get gigabit services. Super-fast Internet requires fiberoptic connections to be brought into a customer’s home, which can be a very expensive endeavor. As it stands, the gigabit Internet roll-outs today aren’t happening in every neighborhood of the 27 cities. The good news is that broadband companies are increasingly testing ways to send super-fast Internet over their existing copper-based infrastructure. They hope one day to deliver gigabit Internet to customers’ homes over landlines. But the technology is still experimental. So if you’re not one of the lucky few to have gigabit Internet already, don’t hold your breath — but don’t lose hope either http://money.cnn.com/2014/08/21/technology/fast-internet-speeds/index.html

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2 Bedroom Loft with Amazing Views For Rent

2 Bedroom Loft with Amazing Views For Rent – 10th Floor! Fountains 2016 Two Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms Large Windows on North and West Walls Walk-in Closet Attached Parking Available Indoor Pool, Gym, Putting Green, and More. Rent: $1,290/Month Situated at 10th and Wyandotte in the heart of the Library District, Board of Trade is an innovative, historical renovation project bringing 14 floors of the city’s most conveniently located apartments to life. Once renowned as the largest grain exchange in existence, the Board of Trade building was erected in 1924 as home to the Kansas City Board of Trade. Today, the building has been painstakingly restored. Great care was taken to maintain many of the original, ornate elements: the decorative terrazzo floors, polished Missouri limestone walls, and facade depicting the various commodities once brokered in the large trading hall on the 14th floor – now home to some of the city’s most luxurious penthouses. Board of Trade offers a range of studios as well as one- and two-bedroom units. Numerous destination spots are in short walking distance. Upscale amenities abound including a fitness center, complete with modern machines, a Jacuzzi, spa, tanning bed, and indoor swimming pool. Residents will enjoy our computer center, equipped with wireless internet and our large clubroom with indoor putting green. Security is covered from top to bottom by courtesy patrol, keyless entry system, accessible security video feeds, and attached garage parking. On-site management, maintenance, dry cleaning pickup and delivery are merely a few of the countless other amenities also included. To learn more about this property please click here: http://kcloftcentral.com/for_rent/board-of-trade-lofts/  

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2 Bedroom Loft Apartment

Freshly renovated 2 bedroom loft apartment for rent in Downtown Kansas City available October 1st. Slider_Photo Soho West Lofts $1,250 Near Power and Light District, River Market, Crossroads and more… Soho West was built in 1907 as a seven story factory warehouse utilized by Noyes-Norman Shoe Company.  This historic property is located in the heart of the Garment District Downtown. The rapid growth of this area in early part of the twentieth century established Kansas City as one of the nation’s leaders in the clothing industry. Today Soho West is home to one and two bedroom lofts for rent. A variety of elegant floor plans featuring heavy timber ceilings, colorful brick walls and stunning views are available, ranging in size from 700 to 1,200 square feet. SOHO West Lofts is located in the Garment District Park in Downtown. This historic park is actually built on top of the old West Bottoms subway tunnel.  The building is within short walking distance of the River Market, many fine restaurants, the Phoenix Jazz Club and much more. Amenities include off street parking, club room, fitness center, sauna, and secured entry.    

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