Under Construction Development Projects

Broadway Plaza AC Marriott Hotel
105 S. Broadway 

Cost - KHSC-KansasCom Project Total: $75 million

The historic Broadway Plaza, located at the southwest corner of Douglas Avenue and Broadway Street, is currently being renovated into an AC Marriott Hotel featuring 118 rooms. The Developer plans to blend modern aesthetics with the building’s unique, historic elements. The 11-story hotel will feature a ground-floor bar that will be open to the public and a covered entryway for valet parking.

HiTone Lofts
701 E. Second Street 

Cost - N/A
A historic warehouse in the Old Town District is currently being renovated into HiTone Lofts, a residential property with 72 units and ground-floor retail space. Plans also include constructing an addition on the south side of the building that will serve as a rooftop penthouse.

Originally built in 1910, the building features unique, historic details that developers plan to retain during renovations. The property will feature unique, historic details including fluted columns, high ceilings, and large windows that overlook Old Town Square. There will be 55 one-bedroom units and 17 two-bedroom units. 

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105 S Emporia St 

Cost- N/A

Keycentrix announced plans to relocate its headquarters to the former Legacy Antique Building at Douglas and Emporia. The move will renovate the historic structure and bring 80+ employees to downtown. The project will renovate all three floors of the building and an additional retail tenant will occupy the ground floor along Emporia Street. The new, modern office space is being designed with collaboration and a variety of meeting room spaces in mind. Keycentrix is a pharmacy software management company, and this project also helps meet their future employment growth needs.

Sutton Housing (student housing)
209 E. William St.  

The Sutton Place building will be renovated into student housing to complement the Kansas Health Science Center - Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (KHSC-KansasCom). The project adds additional housing options for students and is connected to the medical school via skywalk. 

The KHSC-KansasCom project is the catalyst for the renovation of five historic buildings that will create a vibrant environment along the William Street corridor, directly south of Douglas Avenue. 

The National
150 N. Main 

Cost – $21 Million

The former Commerce Bank building at 150 N. Main St., will be transformed into a multi-family property. The 10-story building will become 152 luxury apartments and ground-floor co-working office space. The project is currently under construction and may also include retail space. The property will feature high-quality amenities targeted towards individuals that have a remote work component to their job. Amenities include a rooftop pool and patio, dog park, large fitness center, on-site storage and more. Originally built in 1955, renovations will activate this previously vacant building and improve walkability.