Corrigan Station: Urban character combined with historical flair and modern style

Located in the heart of the Kansas City Crossroads Arts District, Corrigan Station is a vibrant mixed-use destination for tenants and visitors alike. The building offers impressive views, great access and connectivity, and desirable amenities – a perfect fit for tenants seeking an innovative, progressive and collaborative workspace. The Corrigan Station development is the largest office project completed downtown in nearly a quarter century.

Corrigan Station will be completed in two phases:

  • Phase 1: Redevelopment of the 10-story Corrigan Building and construction of a new, adjacent parking structure to the East across Walnut Street. Completed December 2016.

  • Phase 2: Construction of a new 3-story mixed-used building at the Northwest corner of 19th & Main.


Historic Corrigan Station, 10-stories
  • About 110,000 total square feet with 11,000 square foot floor plates

  • 1st floor lobby and retail, with 2nd-10th floors for office use


Corrigan Station II, 3-stories
  • About 22,910 total square feet

  • Flexible space options on a single floor or multi-level

  • Located directly adjacent to the KC Streetcar stop


Structured parking garage
  • 4-stories, 277 spaces

  • Electric vehicle charging stations

  • Custom art installation "The Gentle Lady" by Joe Munson & Hermanos Design

  • Street-level retail and restaurant space

  • Public parking for Crossroads District patrons


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