Kansas City, MO — April 7, 2022 — Copaken Brooks is excited to welcome Kansas City-based real estate development company Hunt Midwest to Corrigan Station II, a three-story, 22,977-square-foot office building at 1881 Main Street.
Beginning this summer, Hunt Midwest will occupy the entire second floor of Corrigan Station II as a satellite office to its SubTropolis headquarters. This new location will provide additional office, collaboration, and amenity spaces to support the expanding business needs of the company.
“As one of the best located office buildings in the Crossroads with direct access to the streetcar and nearby amenities, we know Corrigan II is the perfect location for Hunt Midwest to expand its office footprint,” said Ora Reynolds, President & CEO of Hunt Midwest. “We are excited to partner with Copaken Brooks as the next step in our exponential growth trajectory,”
Corrigan Station II, which opened in 2019 and was the first newly constructed office building in the Crossroads Arts District, followed the renovation of the Historic Corrigan Station as part of the Corrigan Station project, co-developed by Copaken Brooks and 3D Development. Located at the northeast corner of 19th Street and Main Street, Corrigan Station II offers direct access to a KC Streetcar stop, one of only two in the Crossroads, and enables tenants to easily access the River Market and Union Station — with further connectivity currently being added through route expansion in both directions. A true “Main and Main” location, tenants are also able to easily walk to multiple dining and entertainment options in the surrounding area, including Sauced, an urban lunch counter, located in the ParC at Corrigan Station.
Corrigan II’s third floor features seven individual executive office suites with individual outdoor patios, a shared kitchenette, common area meeting space, and a common outdoor terrace offering views of downtown Kansas City and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
The Landlord was represented by agents Ryan Biery and John Coe of Copaken Brooks, while Hunt Midwest was represented by its management team.
“We’re very excited about having Hunt Midwest as part of this venture,” said Copaken Brooks Principal Jon Copaken. “Hunt Midwest’s confidence in the market and the building is a great validation of the success of downtown.”
About Copaken Brooks
Copaken Brooks is a full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Kansas City and serving the Midwest. For 100 years, the company has maintained a national client base with a full suite of services including investment acquisition and sales, tenant representation and HQ relocations, property management, asset management, development, construction management, owner’s representation and leasing (office, retail, medical, industrial and underground). Learn more at copaken-brooks.com.
About Hunt Midwest
Hunt Midwest is a Kansas City-based, privately held real estate development company with six decades of expertise in industrial, self-storage, residential, multifamily, and senior living communities, totaling more than $1 billion of developed projects in multiple geographic markets. Hunt Midwest leverages its reputation, relationships, and resources to create successful real estate solutions.
Hunt Midwest is part of the Lamar Hunt Family’s diverse portfolio of entities involved in real estate, sports/media, energy/resources and private equity investments. Additional marquee entities include the Kansas City Chiefs, Hunt Southwest, FC Dallas Soccer Club, Toyota Stadium, Chicago Bulls and United Center.
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