Mixed-use development Corrigan Station in Kansas City, Missouri, has been awarded the Silver certification by the LEED® green building program. Copaken Brooks is the owner and developer of the project.
Built in 1921 and located in the Crossroads Arts District at 1828 Walnut, Corrigan Station is an historic landmark getting new life as a mixed-use destination for tenants and visitors. Phase 1 was completed in December 2016 as the largest office project in downtown Kansas City in nearly a quarter century.
“In the short time since Corrigan Station opened, it has stood as an example of the best way to bring new life to a historic building and the Crossroads neighborhood,” said Jon Copaken, principal at Copaken Brooks, a commercial real estate firm and owner and developer of Corrigan Station. “The LEED certification is just another way we’re implementing practical applications of sustainable practices that benefit all of our tenants and the city as a whole.”
Corrigan Station achieved LEED certification for implementing practical and measurable strategies and solutions aimed at achieving high performance in sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.