Breathing new life into the Crossroads Arts District.
A renovation of the historic Thomas E. Corrigan Building.
Located in the heart of the Crossroads Arts District and along the Kansas City street car line is the Thomas Corrigan Building, a 9-story brick building originally built in 1921 as home to the Donnelly Garment Company. Now called Corrigan Station, this historic structure has transformed into modern and functional office, retail and event space.
In order to qualify for state and national historic tax credits, it was a collaborative effort to preserve the historic character in accordance with National Park Service preservation guidelines. Corrigan Station achieved LEED Silver certification.
This building was a team effort.
DEVELOPER: COPAKEN BROOKS
ARCHITECT: HELIX ARCHITECTURE
HISTORIC RENOVATION: ROSIN PRESERVATION