For Rent

KCLoftCentral has a wide selection of loft apartments available for rent in Downtown Kansas City. These loft apartments are spacious and distinctive, 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 rent that will fit your style and needs.

Our properties feature amenities such as garage parking, washers and dryers, fitness centers, community rooms, Google Fiber and much more. Please select a property to learn more about our community or contact our leasing office directly.

Board of Trade Lofts

Board of Trade Lofts ~ 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 distinctive yet affordable loft apartments to life.

Butler Brothers Lofts

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

Crossroads Lofts

The Crossroads Lofts are located at the corner of 16th and Grand in downtown Kansas City. This historic building was constructed in 1910 for the Mitchell Motor Company.

The New England

The New England Building, constructed in 1886-1887, is located on the northeast corner of 9th and Wyandotte streets in downtown Kansas City. This Landmark Property is a tangible reminder of the substantial investments of eastern capital made in Kansas City during the late nineteenth century building boom.

The New Yorker

The New Yorker building, constructed in 1915, is located at 11th & Baltimore in downtown Kansas City. This historic building’s facade showcases Jacobethan architecture.

Smith St. John Lofts

The Smith St. John Building was originally constructed in 1926 by the Smith St. John Manufacturing Company, a hotel supply firm. This three story brick commercial building was designed by architect J.C. Sunderland, who also famously designed the Masonic Temple in Kansas City.

Trolley Park Lofts

Trolley Park 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.


15Walnut is an adaptive reuse of two neighboring historic buildings in the Crossroads Arts District of Downtown Kansas City Missouri.

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