Real estate firm Hunt Midwest is moving into the entire second floor of Copaken Brooks‘ Corrigan Station II, a three-story, 22,910-square-foot office building at 1881 Main St. in Kansas City, Missouri.
Hunt Midwest will occupy its new space beginning this summer. The space will act as a satellite office for its main headquarters in SubTropolis.
Corrigan Station II, the first newly constructed office building in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City, followed the renovation of the historic Corrigan Station as part of the Corrigan Station Project co-developed by Copaken Brooks and 3D Development.
Located at the northeast corner of 19th Street and Main Street, Corrigan Station II offers access to a KC Streetcar stop, one of only two in the Crossroads, and enables tenants to access the River Market and Union Station.
The building’s third floor features seven individual office spaces with a shared kitchenette, conference space and common areas.
Copaken Brooks, the landlord broker, was represented by agents John Coe and Ryan Biery, while Hunt Midwest was represented by its management team.