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(Bob Specht) #1

Location: 1100 Baltimore Ave, Kansas City, MO 64105
Developer: Kothe Real Estate Partners
Architect: Rosemann & Associates and GBA Architects Engineers
Construct: Rau Construction

Cost: $36 million
Planned Completion: Jan 2018

Type: Hotel
Flag: Hotel Indigo
Units: 118 rooms
Additional uses: Residential (27 apartments, top floors)

Construction: Renovation
Height: 12 stories
Space:

Parking:
Transit: KC Streetcar (1 block), Main St MAX (1 block), Troost MAX (1 block)

__ Aug '15 __

The Brookfield Building on Baltimore Ave will become a Hotel Indigo.

Downtown KC adds eighth hotel to project pipeline

A partnership of real estate developers based in Madison, Wis., plans to spend $33.3 million to acquire and rehabilitate the historic Brookfield Building, a long-vacant and deteriorating office tower at 101 W. 11th St., the southwest corner of Baltimore Avenue and 11th Street.

Brookfield Hotel Investment LLC’s plans call for the second through ninth floors of the 12-story building to be occupied by a 113-room hotel operated under the Hotel Indigo flag, a boutique arm of the InterContinental Hotels Group.

The developers plan 27 market-rate apartments — including six studios, 18 one-bedroom units and three two-bedroom units — on floors 10 through 12.


2020 Grand | Crossroads | Hotel (80 units)
(Bob Specht) #2

Agency recommends abatement for $33M Brookfield Building renovation


(Andrew ) #3

Seems like quite the risk “includes no on-site parking, and is contaminated by asbestos, lead, mold and pigeon droppings.”

They should take some notes on the Mark Twain building proposal across the street and put a parking garage inside the building. :joy:
http://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2015/03/24/mark-twain-tower-indoor-parking-plan.html


(Bob Specht) #4

Construction is well underway.


(Liam) #5

PACE program provides nearly $2.5 million in funding for the project.


(Bob Specht) #6

Hotel Indigo is now open. Great project and transformation of the corner.

https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2017/12/20/hotel-indigo-kansas-city-downtown-photo-tour.html