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15Walnut is an adaptive reuse of several neighboring historic buildings in the Crossroads Arts District of Downtown Kansas City Missouri. 1522 Walnut was designed by architect Victor DeFoe and constructed in 1922 for the Goldblatt Tool Company. Stone Doric pilasters visually separate the fa├žade of this two story brick building into three perpendicular bays. The first floor entrances serving the residences and the retail space are adorned with multi-light wooden doors and compound Gothic-styled ogee arch surrounds. 1526 Walnut was designed by architect Nelle Peters and constructed in 1924 for the Townsend Printing Company. This two story stone tapestry commercial building is decorated by a rectangular band of brick laid in soldier course and stone accents at the corners of the parapet wall. 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. The first story is faced with terra-cotta and visually separates the first and second stories. Symmetrically placed terra-cotta medallions with raised fleur-de-lis motif, adorn the upper section of the first story. The parapet wall is embellished with alternating terra-cotta heraldic motif consisting of a shield topped with a profile of an eagle and rectangular panels. Thankfully over the 20th century there have been minimal alterations to these buildings therefore retaining the majority of their historic integrity. Contact us today for more details about these new loft properties. 816-842-6544
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