Two Apartment Rehab Projects Planned For Downtown KC

Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons
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Two new apartment projects have been announced for downtown Kansas City: the redevelopment of the historic Argyle Building into 124 units and the old Maxwell Briscoe Garage into a half-dozen units.

The $20 million renovation of the 10-story Argyle Building has been in the works for more than a year. Developer Jim Wiss of Arghom LLC completed his purchase of the building Monday and plans to begin renovating it as a market-rate apartment project by early summer.

In a separate development, a group led by Kelley Hrabe plans to renovate a dilapidated, three-story building at 1612 Grand Blvd. into six luxury loft apartments and 4,700 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. Work on that $4.5 million project already is underway and the project is expected to be completed by August 2014.

 


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