Graphic Arts Building (Kansas City, Missouri)

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Graphic Arts Building
Graphic Arts Building.jpg
General information
StatusComplete
TypeResidential apartments
Location934 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Missouri
Completed1915
Cost$150,000
Renovation cost$11,054,408
OwnerEmbassy Properties
Technical details
Floor count8
Floor area84,590 sq ft (7,859 m2)
Lifts/elevators2; 1 in use
Design and construction
ArchitectSamuel B. Tarbet
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Graphic Arts Building
Graphic Arts Building (Kansas City, Missouri) is located in Missouri
Graphic Arts Building (Kansas City, Missouri)
Graphic Arts Building (Kansas City, Missouri) is located in the United States
Graphic Arts Building (Kansas City, Missouri)
Location934 Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Missouri
Coordinates39°6′16″N 94°35′5″W / 39.10444°N 94.58472°W / 39.10444; -94.58472Coordinates: 39°6′16″N 94°35′5″W / 39.10444°N 94.58472°W / 39.10444; -94.58472
Built1915
ArchitectTarbet, Samuel B.; Pratt and Thompson Construction Co.
Architectural styleEarly Commercial
NRHP reference #05000810
Added to NRHPAugust 04, 2005[1]

The Graphic Arts Building in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, USA, is an eight-story, 58 unit, reinforced concrete building. Following an approval in 2005 for redevelopment, it currently houses the Graphic Arts Lofts (formerly Park University).

The building was built in 1915 as a headquarters for commercial printing and related trades.[2]

The building's architect, Samuel B. Tarbet, also built other local commercial buildings such as the Wheeling Corrugating Company Building, the Goodenow Textiles Company Building, Kansas City Athenaeum, J. D. Bowerstock Theater (now known as Liberty Hall) and Olathe City Hall. Additionally, he built residences for H. F. Hill, C.F. Myers and Dr. Guffey.

The first floor houses the leasing office for Old Town Lofts buildings.

In 2005, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ http://www.dnr.mo.gov/shpo/Jackson.htm - Retrieved May 4, 2008

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