Mention This Ad And Get One Month Free*Don’t miss your opportunity to live in one of Downtown Kansas City’s most iconic apartment buildings, The New England at 112 W 9th Street. This beautiful studio apartment will not last long! Apartment #505 at the New England provides a seamless blend of old world charm and modern convenience. Unique loft features include a decorative cast iron fireplace, restored oak trim, a walk-in bankers vault that has been re-purposed as a large closet, gorgeous modern finishes like slate appliances, granite counter tops and more. This spacious studio also features a nest thermostat and is wired for Google Fiber. The New England’s amenities consist of a modern fitness studio located within the building’s central vault, the Howard Hughes Lounge, the North View Nooks, grand marble hallways, attached garage parking, resident storage and Google Fiber. Several neighborhood amenities such as restaurants, bars and coffee shops are mere steps away via walking while popular destinations such as the Power & Light District and venues such as the Midland Theater, the Sprint Center and the Municipal Auditorium are located a few blocks south of The New England. The River Market district, another immensely popular destination to the north, features both locally-grown fruits and vegetables and more exotic fares such as ethiopian, vietnamese and brazilian cuisines. The north and southbound Streetcar stations connecting you to both of these areas can be found on Main Street, just two blocks east. For more information please contact us directly at 816-842-6544 or visit The New England page on our website:
THIS APARTMENT HAS BEEN LEASEDThis apartment features a large master bedroom with unique architectural detail and a lofted guest bedroom, original hardwood and concrete floors, stainless steel appliances, soaring ceilings and large warehouse windows offering breathtaking views of the City all for only $1,775/month. Stuart Hall is a pet friendly building and all the apartments have washer and dryer hookups and Google Fiber. As one of the tallest structures at the southern edge of the Crossroads District, the Freight House Lofts at Stuart Hall stands as a testament to the rise of Kansas City economy after the turn of the century. The buildings original purpose was to serve as a production plant for the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) in 1910. Chicago’s A.G. Zimmerman acted as the original architect and based the design on utilitarian and industrial concepts of the era, known as Commercial Style or Chicago School. The massive brick ovens still remain as a historic ode to this use. The Stuart Hall Stationery Company later acquired and operated the building until the 1980s. The Freight House Lofts at Stuart Hall is part of the historic Freight House District within the Crossroads. The historic Freight House District, is a converging commercial and passenger rail corridor that serves the beautiful Kansas City Union Station. Today, the Freight House District is home to upscale, local foodie spots such as Lidia’s Italian Restaurant, Jack Stack Barbecue and Grünauer, which serves german fare. Moreover, several other bars and restaurants are within walking distance and the area experiences First Fridays, where every first Friday of the month features food trucks, performance art, exhibits and live theater productions on public streets and sidewalks. The Freight House Lofts at Stuart Hall has all the unique combination of historical uses and modern-day amenities in addition to exciting nightlife and events. When you live here there’s never a dull moment!
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*must qualify and sign a 13 month lease.