Chicago Mercantile Sells Kansas City Board Of Trade Building

The Kansas City Board of Trade building is up for sale. | Photo courtesy of Creative Commons
The Kansas City Board of Trade building has sold to Mariner Real Estate Management LLC. | Photo courtesy of Creative Commons

The Kansas City Board of Trade building, on the market since grain-trading operations ended last summer, is being sold to Mariner Real Estate Management LLC, a Leawood real estate investment firm. The six-story building on Main Street has been on the market since April.

The property has been owned by CME, or Chicago Mercantile Exchange, since it bought the Kansas City Board of Trade operation in October 2012 for $126 million. Last June the CME stopped trading at the Board of Trade, ending a history of Kansas City grain trading dating to 1856.

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