Loft Open House this Weekend!

Loft Open House this Weekend!   living2_web   Live/Work Loft Fusion! Stop by for an Open House on Sunday April 19th, from 1-4 pm; 708 Broadway #102 This amazing Live/Work loft has a double street level entrance on the east and west side of the space. The live loft is located on the west side of #102. This comfy living space has huge historic storefront windows with brick walls and heavy timber ceilings throughout.  Other features of this home include granite kitchen counter tops, stainless steel appliances, large closets, spacious bathrooms & a full size washer/dryer.  The work loft is located on the east side of #102 with six office suites located right on Broadway.  This loft is wired for Google Fiber.  A private lobby separates work from live and also provides access to the loft’s exclusive elevator access which will bring you to the amenities offered at 700 Broadway.  Over 4,000 square feet in all! Sale price: $450,000. This loft is located at 700 Broadway, a truly unique five-story industrial building located in the heart of Kansas City’s Historic Garment District. Built in 1900 this building originally served as a dry goods storage warehouse for Maxwell, McClure Notion Company. Today it is home to a variety of lofts built around soaring wood beams, colorful brick walls, and spectacular urban views. 700 Broadway’s amenity package includes a contemporary social lounge for entertaining and a fitness facility with a full range of cardio and strength training machines. There’s also a computer lounge area, resident storage and video security entry system. Covered parking is also available for rent. Located in a great neighborhood within short walking distance of the River Market, many fine restaurants, the Phoenix Jazz Club and much more, 700 Broadway can be summed up in three words – location, price and quality. Enjoy living in the heart of the city at a reasonable cost at 700 Broadway.

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Featured For Rent – EBT 504

2 Bedrooms – 2 Bathrooms

1080 Square Feet

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$1,400 Monthly Rent
$700 Security Deposit

Unit Features:

o    Heavy Timber Ceilings
o    Colorful Brick Walls
o    Stainless Steel Appliances
o    Upgraded Counter Tops
o    Plank Flooring in Kitchen and Bath areas
o    Large Walk-in Closets
o    Full-Sized Washer & Dryer Connections
o    Incredible Views of Performing Arts Center & Downtown KC

Building Amenities:

o    Social Lounge
o    Fitness Facilities
o    Hot Tub
o    Sauna
o    Gated Parking Available
o    Tenant Storage
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The historic EBT warehouse building was originally constructed in 1899 and utilized by Emery, Bird, Thayer Company, a local department store that ceased operations more than a decade ago.

Today EBT is home to a grand collection of one and two bedroom lofts for rent. Come tour EBT and discover a variety of elegant floor plans featuring heavy timber ceilings, colorful brick walls and spectacular views. These lofts range in size from 600 to 1,700 square feet and include washer and dryer hookups.

EBT Lofts is located in the Crossroads District of Downtown Kansas City. This vibrant neighborhood is within short walking distance of the Kansas City Power and Light District, Sprint Center, the Kauffman Performing Arts Center, and the Kansas City Streetcar.

Building amenities include fitness studio, sauna, club room, courtesy patrol, and secured entry. Gated parking is also available for rent.

Come live in Kansas City’s most vibrant neighborhood at EBT Lofts!

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2-Bedrooms On Special at Board of Trade Lofts! $300 Off One Month’s Rent!*

2-Bedrooms On Special at Board of Trade Lofts! $300 Off One Month’s Rent!* bot_0015Board_of_Trade_713_kitchenBoard_of_Trade_713_livingBoard_of_Trade_713_bedroomBoard_of_Trade_713_bath  

127 W. 10th Street, KCMO 64105

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 contemporary 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 studio, 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 social lounge 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. Pricing ranges from $1,215-$1,265/mo *Special applies to select units    

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Butler Brothers Lofts Opening Soon

Butler Brothers Lofts Opening Soon butler_brothers_ext_tall_bottom Construction on KCLoftCentral’s newest project, Butler Brothers Lofts, is progressing smoothly.  The polished concrete flooring is now installed on floors 2-4.  This durable and modern flooring incorporates a layer of recycled rubber to help reduce noise transmission between the lofts.  Framing has begun on floors 3 and 4, the units have a very open feel to them with lots of natural light that complements the colorful brick walls and soaring heavy timber ceilings.  The waiting list for this property continues to grow so contact KCLoftCentral today to reserve your new loft at Butler Brothers! Butler Brothers Lofts is a unique four-story building located in the heart of Kansas City’s Historic Garment District.  Built in 1909 and designated on the National Registry  of Historic Places, this building originally served as a dry  goods storage warehouse for The Butler Brothers Company.  The history of the Butler Brothers dates back to the 19th century. Founded in 1877 as a mail-order company by George H. Butler and Edward Burgess Butler. Butler Brothers is currently being renovated into 30 loft-style apartments. Unit finishes feature granite kitchen counter tops, stainless steel appliances, restored hardwood and polished concrete flooring, contemporary bathrooms and washer dryer hookups.  The amenity package includes a fitness facility with a full range of cardio and strength training machines and a private resident storage area. You’ll be part of an historic neighborhood with several attractions within short walking distance…the River Market, many fine restaurants and much more.  Enjoy loft living in the Garment District at Butler Brothers Lofts.  Opening Summer 2015!

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Featured For Rent – Board Of Trade 713

Corner Unit

2 Bedrooms – 2 Bathrooms

957 Square Feet

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$1,230 Monthly Rent

Unit Features:

o    Polished Concrete Floors
o    Corner Unit
o    Large Windows
o    Large Walk-in Closet
o    Google Fiber

Building Amenities:

o    Large Social Lounge with Indoor Putting Green
o    Fitness Facility
o    Indoor Pool & Hot Tub
o    Sauna
o    Tanning Bed
o    Tenant Storage
o    Garage Parking Available

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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 lofts 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.

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