Loft Studio for $830/month

Board of Trade #507 will be available soon!  Contact us today to reserve this airy loft studio at Board of Trade. A stately, H-shaped building that once represented Kansas City commodities and grain exchanges is now the home of the Board of Trade Lofts. The building consists of fourteen floors that have been meticulously restored to their original elegance of decorative terrazzo floors, polished Missouri limestone walls and magnificent facades depicting the various commodities once brokered on the fourteenth floor trading hall – now home to some of the City’s most distinctive penthouses. Board of Trade Lofts offers a range of studios, one and two bedroom apartments with prices starting at $750 for studios, $850 for 1 beds and $1,100 for two beds. Upscale amenities include a fitness center comprised of modern equipment, Jacuzzi, spa, tanning bed and an indoor swimming pool. Residents will enjoy our large Club Room complete with WiFi and an indoor putting green. Security is comprehensive through courtesy patrol, a keyless entry system, digital telephone access for guests and attached garage parking. On-site management, maintenance and dry cleaning pickup and delivery are merely a few of the countless other amenities also included. The Kansas City Board of Trade was first assembled in 1856 as the City of Kansas City was founded just three short years beforehand. Its first home was located two blocks north at 8th and Wyandotte streets, then moved to its third home at 10th and Wyandotte when the structure was completed in 1925. During the time of its construction, it was hailed as “a monument to the phenomenal growth of the Southwest as the world’s greatest grain empire”, and became the largest grain exchange in the world. The Board of Trade ultimately moved to the corner of 48th and Main streets in the Plaza District in 1966 and renovation for the Board of Trade Lofts began in 2003. Several neighborhood amenities such as restaurants, bars and coffee shops are mere minutes 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 Board of Trade Lofts. 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. Highway access to other areas of Metropolitan Kansas City is swift using the Broadway Bridge to major thoroughfares such as I-70 and I-35. Additionally, the north and southbound Streetcar stations can be found on Main Street just one block east. The beautiful Kansas City Library is located one block to the east and its famous “Community Bookshelf” mural adorning the Library’s parking garage sits across from the Lofts. This pet-friendly urban oasis is perfect for those wanting more as the Board of Trade Lofts features the best of loft living at an affordable price! For more details click here:

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Two Bedroom Loft with Balcony

Special Price $1750 per month

Amazing price on a two bedroom loft with a large balcony located in the heart of the Crossroads in Downtown KC.

This apartment features a large private balcony, original hardwood floors, soaring ceilings and large warehouse windows offering breathtaking views of the City.  Stuart Hall is a pet friendly building.  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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New Yorker Loft – $525/month


New Yorker Loft – $525/month

Don’t miss your chance to live at the center of the action in Downtown Kansas City for only $525/month.  Apartment #403 is now available for rent at The New Yorker.  This cozy studio has a modern micro-kitchen, spacious bathroom and polished concrete floors.  It is equipped with Google Fiber and a Nest Thermostat.  The New Yorker is KCLoftCentral’s newest apartment project opening in May of 2018.  This historic building is located on Baltimore just one block from the Streetcar and the Power and Light District.  Building amenities include a fitness center, resident lounge and storage.  The Made in KC cafe is now open on the first floor of the building.  This local business serves the best KC made products and has some cool gifts for friends and family. The New Yorker was originally constructed in 1915 as the Hotel Bray and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nicknamed ‘Kansas City’s Skinniest Skyscraper’, this historic apartment building is located at 1114 Baltimore just steps away from the Streetcar and Power and Light District in Downtown Kansas City. Designed in the Jacobethan Architectural Style, the brick east façade is decorated with terra cotta window surrounds, string courses, crenellations and a double roof gable. Historic terrazzo flooring can be found throughout the building including a beautifully restored floral mosaic on the first floor. Click here for more information about this exciting offer:

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Big 12 Men’s Basketball Tournament This Week!

BIG 12 Tourney Tips Off in Downtown KC on Wednesday

The Men’s Championship will be played March 7-10 at Kansas City’s Sprint Center. In 2017, Iowa State defeated West Virginia, 80-74, to win the championship. The Championship features some of the nations best postseason basketball. The event is played annually before sellout crowds with more than two million fans watching the postseason event over the years. Wednesday, March 7 (all times Central)
Game 1: No. 8 Oklahoma State vs. No. 9 Oklahoma 6 p.m.
Game 2: No. 7 Texas vs. No. 10 Iowa State 8 p.m.
Thursday, March 8 
Game 3: No. 4 Kansas State  vs. No. 5 TCU 11:30 a.m.
Game 4: No. 1 Kansas vs. Game 1 Winner 1:30 p.m.
Game 5: No. 2 Texas Tech vs. Game 2 Winner 6 p.m.
Game 6: No. 3 West Virginia vs. No. 6 Baylor 8 p.m.
Friday, March 9
Game 7: Game 3 Winner vs. Game 4 Winner 6 p.m.
Game 8: Game 5 Winner vs. Game 6 Winner 8 p.m.
Saturday, March 10
Game 9: Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner 5 p.m.

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