KANSAS CITY, Mo. Copaken Brooks and 3D Development are excited to announce the opening of the Corrigan Station parking garage on December 1. The garage, located across from the historic building on the northeast corner of 19th and Walnut will be open to the public for free during the December 2 “First Friday” in the Crossroads.
On an ongoing basis, the four-story structured parking garage, which has 277 spaces, will be for tenant use during the day, and available to the public evenings and weekends for a nominal fee. The building features eight electric car charging stations as well as a custom-designed art exhibit that will be installed in the spring of 2017. Additionally, the garage offers first floor retail space serving building tenants and Crossroads neighbors.
“We are excited that this garage will be an amenity for building tenants, and for visitors to the Crossroads on nights and weekends,” said Aaron Schlagel, vice president, development and construction at Copaken Brooks who is overseeing the project. “Parking is scarce in the Crossroads, which is why structured parking was vital to the success of this iconic historic renovation. This garage provides convenient access to the neighborhood and opens up greater usability to the already thriving Crossroads streetcar stop located at the project.”
J.E. Dunn Construction served as the general contractor for the project, which was designed by Hollis + Miller Architects, who are also a tenant in the building.
The Corrigan Station project includes the redevelopment of the historic 10-story, 110,000-square-foot Corrigan Building and approximately 40,000 square feet of new office and retail space with the adjacent parking structure. The mixed-use project is located on 19th Street connecting Walnut and Main in the heart of the Crossroads. Construction is currently underway and occupancy in the existing building is planned for the end of the year.
About Corrigan Station developers
Copaken Brooks is a full-service commercial real estate firm. Established in 1922, Copaken Brooks currently leases and manages four million square feet of commercial space. Copaken Brooks has developed 14 million square feet of some of the region’s most significant signature properties, including Town Pavilion, 1201 Walnut, the Plaza Colonnade and Oak Park Mall. Copaken Brooks currently has 2 million square feet of projects in development or predevelopment phases. You can follow Copaken Brooks on Twitter.com (@CopakenBrooks). Learn more at www.copaken-brooks.com.
3D Development is led by Vince Bryant and focuses primarily on redevelopment of historic properties in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City. Working with local investors since 2012, 3D has developed two other historic Crossroads buildings - the former “Candle Building” now known as 2101 Broadway and the “Creamery Building” at 2100 Central. 3D Development is pioneering the charge for historic office redevelopment in downtown with hotel-like amenities and creating top-of-the-market price points.