Kansas City’s Corrigan Station Is Fully Occupied

Developed by Copaken Brooks and 3D Development, Corrigan Station has welcomed its final tenant—CardConnect. Specialized in advanced payment solutions, the company will occupy the last 11,150 square feet available.

The Corrigan Station in Kansas City, Mo.
The Corrigan Station in Kansas City, Mo.

Co-developers Copaken Brooks and 3D Development have reached full occupancy at Corrigan Station in Kansas City, Mo. CardConnect leased the last 11,150 square feet on the second floor. 

Located at 1828 Walnut St. in the heart of Crossroads, Corrigan Station provides easy access to downtown, the Power and Light District and Crown Center via the new Kansas City streetcar line. Occupancy for the CardConnect space is planned for the first quarter of 2018. CardConnect joins WeWork, Holmes Murphy, Hollis and Miller, The Roasterie Cafe and Corvino Supper Club, Chef Michael Corvino’s first restaurant.

”Each tenant brings a unique and innovative strength to Kansas City area. These additions continue to show the appeal of the downtown area and the potential for growth,” said Copaken Brooks Senior Vice President Ryan Biery, in a prepared statement. Biery and John Coe represented the landlord, while Scott Miller and Brian Bacon of CBRE represented the tenant in this leasing transaction.

A historic renovation

The Corrigan Station project includes the redevelopment of the historic 10-story, 110,000-square-foot Corrigan building and a new four-story, 277-space adjacent parking structure, which was completed in December 2016. Built in 1921, the property’s first floor is now used as retail space and the second through the 10th floor are for office use.  

Corrigan Station also includes a second development phase—the construction of a new three-story mixed-use building at the Northwest corner of 19th and Main. The 40,000-square-foot building will include retail and office space. When connected to the Corrigan building, the floor plates will combine to create 25,000-square-foot floor plates on superior floors, which is rare for the district.

The Corrigan Station development is the largest office project completed in downtown Kansas City in nearly a quarter century.

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