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127 West 10th Street
Kansas City, MO 64105
Welcome to The New Yorker. We are now leasing!
Trolley Park #405 – This spacious two bedroom loft is on special for only $1,250/month ($1,495 market price)
Beautiful and spacious two bedroom loft located in the heart of the Garment District in Downtown Kansas City. Colorful brick walls, heavy timber beam ceilings and large windows offering amazing views make this apartment very special. Features include an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, two large bedrooms with separate bathrooms and Google Fiber. We also have several one bedroom lofts to choose from that are less than $1000 per month. Call us today to schedule an appointment (816)-842-6544.
Stuart Hall – 1 month free rent special on two bedroom apartments (13 month lease)
Come visit Stuart Hall today and discover one of Downtown Kansas City’s most distinctive loft apartment buildings. Current leasing specials include one month free rent on two bedroom lofts, one bedrooms for less than $1,000 per month and an amazing penthouse featuring breathtaking views of downtown for only $2,500 per month. This apartment building has Google Fiber, is pet friendly and has washer & dryer hookups in every loft.
Click here for more information about Stuart Hall: http://kcloftcentral.com/for-rent/stuart-hall/
Check out this recent report by KSHB on why State Historic Tax Credits are vital to the redevelopment of buildings like the New Yorker:
——KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Developers say Missouri’s historic tax credit is responsible for a lively and active downtown Kansas City that didn’t exist two decades ago.
Developer John Bennett, Vice President of KC Loft Central, is in the process of developing the historic Bray hotel building. The apartment project is set to be completed by May.
“This building was actually constructed in 1915 by The Hotel Bray. It’s commonly known as Kansas City’s skinniest skyscraper,” said Bennett.
Bennett said if it weren’t for the tax credit, this project and many others he’s been involved in over the years, wouldn’t be possible.—–
The New Yorker will be home to 29 studio and one bedroom apartments most of which will be rented for less than $1,000/month. Check out our website at: http://kcloftcentral.com/for-rent/the-new-yorker/
for more information. Or contact KCLoftCentral at 816-842-6544 today for details on how to reserve your new home at The New Yorker.
Made in KC cafe is now open at 1114 Baltimore on the 1st floor of The New Yorker! Stop in and sample a wide variety of local coffee, cappuccinos, espresso and baked goods. The cafe has a wonderful feel and blends the warmth of a modern cafe with the ambiance of this historic building (check out the original terrazzo floors!). KCLoftCentral is proud to welcome Made In KC cafe to The New Yorker! The New Yorker is KCLoftCentral’s newest apartment project and is scheduled to open in May 2018. This lean building know as ‘KC’s Skinniest Skyscraper’ will be home to 29 loft apartments most of which will rented for less than $1,000 per month. Contact KCLoftCentral today for more details: 816-842-6544.
The Made in KC café concept was driven by the fact that the retailer started carrying products from 10 local coffee roasters, and Enders started thinking how fun it would be to serve their coffee in one place. When the landlord of 1114 Baltimore asked whether they’d consider opening a retail store there, the co-owners opted for the hybrid coffee shop and retail store due to the layout of the space. Made in KC also is adding a taproom and event space in the back, which will open in the spring. In true Made in KC fashion, the taproom will feature local beers, wines and spirits.
“Part of the Kansas City arts and culture scene of the last couple years has been the growth of the breweries and the distilleries that have gotten lots of not only local love but national attention as well,” Bradley said.
But as a retail shop without a liquor license, Made in KC hasn’t been able to work with the area breweries and distilleries in the capacity it would like. It’s been limited to T-shirts and themed glassware.
“But this is going to allow us to also be more connected with that part of Kansas City and allow us to expand those relationships, give them another place to showcase their dream and encompass the whole Kansas City experience,” he said.
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