Sustainability — without the upfront costs.
A typical SubTropolis building is more energy efficient than all U.S. warehouses. Always has been.
- Less building materials → conserves natural resources → lowers your rent
- Underground location → reduces energy consumption → lowers your utility costs
- Consistently comfortable climate → increases worker productivity
- Naturally secure environment → protects your assets → lowers insurance costs
- The World’s Largest Green Roof.®
You’ll also enjoy flexibility for expansion and seasonal surges, and on-site management, maintenance and 24/7 security so you can run your business, not your building.
Check out our green statement.
“We looked at SubTropolis because of reduced rent cost and very controlled utility costs with no expense during the winter months to heat our building as well as very low costs during the summer months to control humidity and maintain a cool climate.”
“In the dead of winter and summer, we’re saving $35,000 a month on our energy bills by being here.”
“It’s 70 and overcast everyday, regardless of what’s going on outside. We load our trucks… unload our trucks in perfect weather conditions. It’s truly a green environment. We’re probably using about 75 percent less electricity underground than we would in an above-ground facility. Whether it’s electronics or whether it’s food, you don’t have temperature and humidity fluctuations and so you don’t have any condensation, moisture building up in anything. From that standpoint, in my opinion you can’t beat it.”
“An internal analysis revealed Kansas City as the most economical and efficient location for our central fulfillment center.”
“SubTropolis is a good fit for Leggett & Platt CVP because of its proximity to the Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant, where the Transit is built. We also found the underground to be a cost-effective location in an ideal environment for our commercial equipment installation operations.”
“SubTropolis’ climate-controlled, secure environment is the ideal setting for our clients’ most sensitive document storage needs.”