100-118 W. Armour Blvd: Progress & Revival

100-118 W. Armour Blvd Progress Photos 

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Now that construction has started on the KC coveted 100-118 apartments, we want to provide periodic updates regarding the progress. It will be a 9 month-1 year process, so hang with us. These were designed in 1902 and 1903 by John Mckecknie, so they have 114 years of living wear and tear. We look forward to seeing them revitalized. Below are updates of the construction process and also an online form if you would like to be the first to tour these units.

September 29th, 2016

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November 1, 2016

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January 31st – Update

April 21st Update:


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100-118 W. Armour blvd is yet to be named. As you can see from the historic photo above and the rendering, the exterior facade and porches are will be restored to to historic standards. Half of the rental homes will be finished and ready to rent mid-late June and the other half of the homes will be July-late August. The smaller three buildings will feature one bedroom and two bedroom units and the larger building will feature two and three bedroom units. We are very excited to have a smaller rental community with real wood floors, washer and dryer in-unit, balconies, and modern finishes. If you would like to be one of the first to tour the property, please let us know below:

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1 Comment

  1. Brad Menger says:

    The brick underneath all the facade paint is a beautiful taupe, an expensive brick duplicated by other historic buildings of the era, including a mansion in Janssen Place. The columns are made of a taupe granite (at least the first floor columns on the duplexes were) that if restored could make this set of apartment buildings stand out among MACs others. MAC might want to consider making these particular buildings into “vanity properties”; the moniker that MAC can use to project as the best their company imbibes. They are more desireable as smaller density units than their bigger counterparts along East Armour.

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