• Hunt Midwest is a Kansas City-based, privately held company owned by the Lamar Hunt family.
  • Hunt Midwest is a Kansas City-based, privately held company owned by the Lamar Hunt family.

THE LAMAR HUNT FAMILY

Hunt Midwest is a Kansas City-based, privately held company owned by the Lamar Hunt family. The Hunt family business is a diverse portfolio of entities involved in real estate, sports/media, energy/resources, and private equity investments. In addition to Hunt Midwest, marquee entities include the Kansas City Chiefs, Hunt Southwest, FC Dallas Soccer Club, Toyota Stadium, Chicago Bulls and United Center.

HUNT MIDWEST TIMELINE

2018
Hunt Midwest Senior Housing Development - Capstone at Royal Palm Beach

Hunt Midwest acquires site to construct senior housing community in Royal Palm Beach, FL

Hunt Midwest Senior Housing Development - Capstone at Royal Palm Beach

Hunt Midwest acquires site to construct a $25 million assisted living and memory care community in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, with operating partner Integral Senior Living.

StorTropolis Self-Storage locations in Clay County, Platte County and Shawnee, Kansas.

Hunt Midwest enters the climate-controlled self-storage business

StorTropolis Self-Storage locations in Clay County, Platte County and Shawnee, Kansas.

Hunt Midwest enters the climate-controlled self-storage business. StorTropolis locations are under construction in Clay County, Platte County and Shawnee, Kansas, ranging from 80,000 to 90,000 square feet.

2017
Hunt Midwest Multifamily Development - The Vue

The Vue multifamily project begins construction

Hunt Midwest Multifamily Development - The Vue

The Vue, a $49 million infill 219-unit luxury multifamily project with 8,500 square feet of commercial retail space and a 312-space parking structure, begins construction in historic downtown Overland Park, Kansas.

HMBC Logistics II - Hunt Midwest Business Center

HMBC Logistics II was completed

HMBC Logistics II - Hunt Midwest Business Center

HMBC Logistics II, a new 204,055 square foot industrial spec building was completed and is 100% leased.

2016
Hunt Midwest Development Services - Build-to-Suit

HMBC Logistics I was constructed in HMBC

Hunt Midwest Development Services - Build-to-Suit

HMBC Logistics I, a 201,947 square foot industrial spec building was constructed  in HMBC and is 100% leased.

Hunt Midwest Multifamily Development - Mission 106

Mission 106 a $32 million mixed-use community

Hunt Midwest Multifamily Development - Mission 106

Construction is completed on Mission 106, a $32 million mixed-use community in Leawood, Kansas, and leasing of 139 luxury rental apartments and 7,500 square feet of office space begins.

2015
Development Services - Twin Creeks Project

Hunt Midwest completes work on the $16.6 million Twin Creek Sewer Project

Development Services - Twin Creeks Project

Hunt Midwest completes work on the $16.6 million Twin Creek Sewer Project opening up 14,000 acres of land for development in Kansas City’s Northland.

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Hunt Midwest enters the Texas market

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.

2014

SubTropolis Technology Center welcomes its first data center tenant

SubTropolis Technology Center welcomes its first data center tenant

Hunt Midwest creates SubTropolis Technology Center to enter the mission critical space and welcomes its first data center tenant, LightEdge Solutions.

FSW SubTropolis 475,200 SF space

SubTropolis expands to 6 million square feet

FSW SubTropolis 475,200 SF space

SubTropolis expands with 6 million square feet of leased space to 55 companies. The footprint is now equivalent to 42 Arrowhead Stadiums underground.

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Approval of the Arlington Avenue TIF Plan

Approval of the Arlington Avenue TIF Plan allows for a 692-acre surface expansion of Hunt Midwest Business Center and an 8 million square foot of expansion of SubTropolis over the next decade.

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Hunt Midwest sells its 50% mining interest in Hunt Martin Materials

Hunt Midwest sells its 50% mining interest in Hunt Martin Materials, LLC to Martin Marietta Materials.

2013
SubTropolis Cross Section - Automotive Alley

Automotive Alley is created and trademarked

SubTropolis Cross Section - Automotive Alley

‘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.

2011
Hunt Midwest Senior Housing Development - Benton House

Hunt Midwest enters the senior housing market

Hunt Midwest Senior Housing Development - Benton House

Hunt Midwest enters the senior housing market with Principal Senior Living Group to construct and operate Benton House assisted living and memory care communities.

2009

Hunt Midwest adds infrastructure management services

Hunt Midwest adds infrastructure management services

Hunt Midwest adds infrastructure management services to its offerings and completes a wide range of public and private projects including Tiffany Springs Road, North Amity Avenue, North Eastern Avenue, Line Creek Trail and Parvin Road.

2007
SubTropolis Storage - The KC area’s most convenient, secure underground storage facility since 2007. RV, boat and classic car storage only minutes from downtown Kansas Cit

SubTropolis Storage opens

SubTropolis Storage - The KC area’s most convenient, secure underground storage facility since 2007. RV, boat and classic car storage only minutes from downtown Kansas Cit

SubTropolis Storage opens with 288,000 square feet of RV, boat and car storage.

2004
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Hunt Midwest Mining merges

Hunt Midwest Mining merges with Martin Marietta Materials to form Hunt Martin Materials, LLC.

2000
Hunt Midwest Business Center - Industrial land for sale or build-to-suit

The Parvin Road TIF district is created

Hunt Midwest Business Center - Industrial land for sale or build-to-suit

The Parvin Road TIF district is created, spurring growth of the 1,500-acre Hunt Midwest Business Center located on land above SubTropolis.

1995
Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun

Hunt Midwest sells Worlds of Fun

Hunt Midwest sells Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun to Cedar Fair, LP, the nation’s sixth largest amusement park operator.

1993

Hunt Midwest enters the residential real estate development market

Hunt Midwest enters the residential real estate development market

Hunt Midwest enters the residential real estate development market with its first development, North Brook, a 300-acre, master planned community that includes 900 homes across five distinct neighborhoods.

1985
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Hunt and Steadman merge Great Midwest Corporation and Mid-America Enterprises

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Hunt and Steadman merge Great Midwest Corporation and Mid-America Enterprises to form Hunt Midwest Enterprises, Inc. that includes three subsidiaries: Hunt Midwest Entertainment, Inc., Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. and Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development.

1982
Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun

Oceans of Fun Opens

Oceans of Fun, a 60-acre water park, opens adjacent to Worlds of Fun.

1980

Lamar Hunt and Jack Steadman purchase Great Midwest Corporation

Lamar Hunt and Jack Steadman purchase Great Midwest Corporation and revert it back to a private company.

1973
Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun

Worlds of Fun Opens

Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun

Worlds of Fun, a 300-acre amusement park, opens at NE Parvin Road and I-435.

1970
The Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl --- Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation.

Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation

The Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl --- Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation.

The Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl — Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation.

1964

A storage company is formed

A storage company is formed

A storage company is formed to begin leasing space in the underground, welcoming Ford, Pillsbury and Russell Stover as its first tenants.

1963
Hunt Relocates The Dallas Texans To Kansas City

Hunt relocates the Dallas Texans to Kansas City

Hunt Relocates The Dallas Texans To Kansas City

Lamar Hunt relocates the Dallas Texans to Kansas City, changing the team’s name to the Kansas City Chiefs.

1945

Mining of SubTropolis Began

Mining of SubTropolis Began

Midwest Precote begins lateral underground mining of limestone in what is known today as SubTropolis.

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