Community Builders of KC Brings 69 KSF Office to Full Occupancy

The company added Mid-America Assistance Coalition as a tenant at 4001 Blue Parkway, a three-story development the company built in 2003.
4001 Blue Parkway
4001 Blue Parkway. Image via Google Street View

The 69,000-square-foot 4001 Blue Parkway office building in Kansas City, Mo., has reached 100 percent occupancy. Developer and owner Community Builders of Kansas City has signed a five-year lease with Mid-America Assistance Coalition for the last 3,000 square feet available.

Located in the Blue Parkway corridor, the three-story building was developed in 2003 following CBKC’s $10.5 million investment. The space is now a community service hub, with tenants including engineering consulting firm 3T – Design & Development, Holliday Law Firm, Mid Star Lab Clinic, Crystal Home Care, Mazuma Credit Union and Legal Aid of Western Missouri. Colliers International served as leasing agent.

“With average occupancy for commercial real estate in Kansas City at 91 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018, we are especially excited to announce full occupancy at one of our flagship developments,” said CBKC President & CEO Art Chaudry, in prepared remarks.

Roughly 15 miles away, eye-care services provider Retina Associates recently leased an additional 8,580 square feet at 6201 College Blvd. in Leawood, Kan. After signing this lease in March, approximately 30,000 square feet of the building’s total 145,215 square feet remained unoccupied.