OFFICIAL - The New Yorker (Hotel Bray)

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OFFICIAL - The New Yorker (Hotel Bray)

Postby earthling » Mon Jul 24, 2017 10:30 am

Hotel Bray conversion to 29 units announced..
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Re: OFFICIAL - The New Yorker (Hotel Bray)

Postby DaveKCMO » Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:48 am

https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/ ... ments.html

John Bennett Jr., executive vice president of KCLoftCentral, said demolition has started in the building, which will cost only about $3.5 million to acquire and redevelop due to the fact that the structure, its plumbing and its electrical system got complete updates just 22 years ago.


As part of its new life as the New Yorker Lofts, the building's ground floor will be occupied by Made in KC, a homegrown retailer that opened its first location in Overland Park in 2015. Dedicated to connecting local artisans with customers, it has grown from a pop-up shop with 13 artists to a platform for more than 200 local artists, designers and makers.

On the second through ninth floors, the building will house studio and one-bedroom apartments with open layouts ranging in size from 385 to 745 square feet.


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