Hunt Midwest Business Center expands with HMBC Logistics I, II and III; three speculative buildings totaling 625,000 square feet.
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Construction is completed on Mission 106, a $32M mixed-use community in Leawood, KS, and leasing of 139 luxury rental apartments and 7,500 square feet of office space begins.
Hunt Midwest enters the Texas market with Hunt Southwest to focus on industrial and office development. The current portfolio consists of 2.5 million square feet of buildings in various stages including entitlement, design, construction, leasing or recently sold.
Hunt Midwest completes work on the $16.6M Twin Creek Sewer Improvement opening up 14,000 acres of land for development in Kansas City’s Northland.
Hunt Midwest sells its 50% mining interest in Hunt Martin Materials, LLC to Martin Marietta Materials.
Approval of the Arlington Road TIF Plan allows for a 692-acre surface expansion of Hunt Midwest Business Center and an 8 million square foot expansion of SubTropolis over the next decade.
SubTropolis expands with 6.5 million square feet of leased space to more than 55 tenants. The footprint is now equivalent to 45 Arrowhead Stadiums underground.
Hunt Midwest creates SubTropolis Technology Center to enter the mission critical space and welcomes its first data center tenant, LightEdge Solutions.
‘Automotive Alley’ is created and trademarked with over 14 automotive upfitters and suppliers occupying more than 150 acres at Hunt Midwest Business Center and over 400,000 square feet in SubTropolis, all in a synergistic environment in close proximity to the Ford Kansas City assembly plant in Claycomo.
Hunt Midwest enters the senior housing market with Principal Senior Living Group to construct and operate Benton House assisted living and memory care communities in the KC metro.