Planning – Design – Construction – Management

CDP Development & Consulting Projects

Consolidated Development Partners has had considerable experience acquiring, developing and managing real estate projects for its own portfolio, as well as representing third party entities.

Project Experience: Development

Old Townley Lofts

Completed in early 2002, the adaptive reuse of the historic Townley Hardware Building in the River Market district features 68 residential rental lofts on four floors above ground level store front offices. Parking for the development is located in an adjacent concrete structure that was renovated into a three-story garage. The $10.5 million project was the first historic mixed-use redevelopment in the neighborhood, featuring 20,000 square feet of loft-style office space.

Project Experience: Development

Water Building

This 20,000 square foot two-story historic structure was originally constructed to house Kansas City’s first Water Services Department. Water from the Missouri River was hauled by mule teams to the building where pumps pushed it uphill to early Kansas City residences and businesses. It was converted from an antique mall into three offices and a restaurant/grocery in early 2001 at a cost of $2 million. Extensive, customized interior reconstruction of the leased premises had to be coordinated with exterior modifications that were in compliance with strict historic tax credit standards.

Project Experience: Development

Richards & Conover Lofts

Located in the West River Market neighborhood, this 83-unit loft apartment adaptive reuse project involved the demolition of several nearby blighted structures as part of an area wide redevelopment plan. The six-story, heavy timber building features numerous large window openings many of which were added during the reconstruction effort. Community amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and urban garden. This project was completed in late 2000 at a cost of $12 million.

Project Experience: Development

West Seventh Street Lofts

This former paper warehouse building, located in downtown Kansas City’s historic Garment District, was converted into 54 residential rental lofts in 1999 at a cost of $6.6 million. Originally designed for printing paper storage for the Burd & Fletcher Company, the building’s reuse took advantage of its concrete frame construction, resulting in minimal floor-to-floor sound transmission. A portion of the project’s off street parking is provided in an adjacent first floor heated garage.

Project Experience: Development

Riverbend Lofts

In July 1998, at a cost of $7.5 million, the 85-unit Riverbend Lofts brought to Kansas City’s historic River Market district the neighborhood’s first luxury loft rentals. The adaptive reuse of the former William Volker Furniture Company headquarters featured fifteen different floorplans and included in-unit washer-dryers, large fully equipped kitchens, walk-in closets, and finishes and fixtures which, until then, had not been offered in the Kansas City loft market.

Project Experience: Development

Bridgeworks Lofts

Located in Kansas City’s historic East River Market neighborhood, this 47-unit loft condominium property combined the adaptive reuse of a former taxi cab maintenance garage with the construction of 31 wood framed lofts atop a concrete garage podium. Connected by a four-story central elevator core and stair, the two buildings offer a wide variety of loft-style floorplans, highlighted by 16 double height mezzanine lofts in the barrel vaulted former maintenance garage. The Weitz Company, which is a related party to the equity partner in this development, completed construction of the $11 million project in late 2005.

Project Experience: Development

City Homes/Bridgeworks Lofts Phase II

This 27-unit detached, zero lot line condominium development is located in Kansas City’s historic River Market district. The $10 million project represents the first detached, single family, loft-style homes in Kansas City’s urban core. Contemporary in styling, these two story homes were constructed atop full basements with two car attached garages. Competitively priced in the upper $300’s to upper $400’s all home quickly sold.

Project Experience: Development

4646 Broadway

This $16.5 million, 18-unit luxury condominium high rise is located in Kansas City’s prestigious Country Club Plaza neighborhood. Innovative in design, it represents the area’s first contemporary loft-style condominium featuring either full or half floor residences. Interior features include imported Italian kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, as well as custom designed Italian closet systems. The building’s concrete frame is wrapped in a glass and metal panel window wall system, and provides a striking contrast to its older, more traditional neighbors. The Weitz Company, which is a related party to the equity partner in this development, completed construction in spring 2007.

Project Experience: Development

HOK Sport+Venue+Event World Headquarters Building

This 110,000 square foot office building, located in the West River Market neighborhood was, until recently, the world headquarters of HOK Sport+Venue+Event. The building features a state-of-the-art fritted glass curtain wall system that wraps a pre-cast concrete frame. Development
efforts included assembling the land for the $30 million office building and related underground parking structure, as well as helping facilitate the use of extensive public incentives. Upon sale of the property to Opus Northwest, Opus assumed development rights to the project and completed construction in 2005.

Project Experience: Development

Conover Place

This 31-unit, heavy timber engineered and constructed loft condominium, was the first for-sale property constructed in downtown Kansas City. Classic in its design, which features large punched openings and the extensive use of brick and masonry on its exterior elevations, the building recalls the late 1800’s design of its nearby neighbors. Built above one level of underground parking, the $8.5 million project was designed to fit into the historic context of the surrounding neighborhood while providing its residents with modern residential amenities. Barsto Construction acted as general contractor and completed construction in the spring of 2002.

Project Experience: Development

RMwest Apartments

This $15.4 million, 137-unit market-rate apartment project is located in Kansas City’s historic River Market district. It is the first luxury apartment community delivered to the downtown market since 2009. Unlike many other rental units in the neighborhood, RMwest residents have an outdoor balcony or terrace with attached, garage parking and will enjoy a short walk to Kansas City’s new River Market West streetcar stop on Delaware Street. Community amenities include a salt water pool and nearby indoor amenity area featuring a collaborative business center with high-speed Google fiber, kitchen with full coffee bar, flat screen television, game room and lounge. In residence amenities include solid surface, embossed plank flooring; granite countertops; contemporary, European-style cabinetry with brushed nickel hardware; stainless steel appliances; full-size, stackable washer/dryers; and ten foot ceilings with polished concrete floors in the first floor units and nine foot ceilings on floors 2 thru 5. Neighbors Construction Co., Inc. acted as general contractor and completed construction in August, 2015.

Project Experience: Development

5 Delaware Lofts

5 Delaware Lofts is a thirteen-unit, loft-style condominium project located in the heart of the historic River Market District. Completed in 2005 as a warm-shell concept, the $4 million project offers homebuyers the opportunity to design and construct a truly custom loft residence. Designed by award winning El Dorado Architects, the building has received several prestigious American Institute of Architects (AIA) awards. Included among these were the 2005 AIA: Central States Region Citation Award/Excellence in Architecture; 2005 AIA: Monsters of Design; and the 2006 AIA: Kansas City Honor Award. The project was also featured on the cover of the October 2006 issue of Dwell Magazine. 5 Delaware was co-developed by CDP partner Jim Potter as part of Market View Properties, LLC which developed the project.

Project Experience: Development

Fireside Creek Apartments

This $14.2 million, 50-unit workforce housing project, is located in Winter Park, Colorado. The developer, Winter Park Partners, is a public-private partnership between the Town of Winter Park and its Housing Authority and Kansas City-based Consolidated Development Partners/MRE Capital Investments. Its range of affordable rents is spread among a mix of one bedroom/one bath and two bedroom/two bath units for a total of 60 beds. The location is walkable to downtown Winter Park and is also adjacent the local bus line. The deed restricted units will only be leased to full time, employed residents of Winter Park and greater Grand County in order to ensure they meet the Town’s mission of providing much needed housing for local residents. Community amenities include an outdoor seating area with fire pits and generous individual on-site storage lockers. In residence amenities include embossed vinyl plank flooring; solid surface counter tops; contemporary, European-style cabinetry and casework with satin nickel hardware; all-electric appliances, featuring side-by-side refrigerators; stackable washer/dryers and walk-in closets. Streamline Construction acted as general contractor and completed construction in September, 2023.

Project Experience: Consulting

Woodside Village North

Fall 2017 – Fall 2018
CDP provided construction systems assistance to the ownership group on a number of building defects. The project reconstruction cost $6 million. This work was especially challenging due to the difficulty of working around occupied commercial and residential uses.

Project Experience: Consulting

Midtown Crossing Apartments

Fall 2017 – Fall 2020
CDP provided pre-development owner representation services, including entitlements, incentive procurement, coordination with design and contracting teams.

Project Experience: Consulting

The Homes at Fish Hatchery Workforce Housing

Fall 2017- Summer 2023
Located at the foot of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Homes at Fish Hatchery will be a once in a generation project developed to address the tremendous need for workforce housing in the Estes Valley. Estimated development cost of $60 million.

Project Experience: Consulting

Timber View Workforce Housing

Fall 2022 – Spring 2024
CDP staff assisted Consolidated Housing Solutions and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma in all facets of development and construction of this 120 unit workforce housing project. Estimated development cost of $20 million.

Project Experience: Consulting

58 Nall Apartments

Spring 2022 – Fall 2023
CDP provided pre-development owner representation services, including entitlements, incentive procurement, and coordination with design and contracting teams. This 77-unit complex in Mission, KS will feature attainable housing options and a Green Globes level one certification for sustainability. Estimated development cost of $18 million.

Project Experience: Consulting

303 Broadway Apartments

Spring 2020 – Fall 2023
CDP provided pre-development owner representation services, including entitlements, incentive procurement, coordination with design and contracting teams and financing alternatives. This 88-unit high-rise, in Kansas City’s River Market neighborhood, will feature top of market finishes and amenities. Estimated development cost is $30 million.

Project Experience: Consulting

Guadalupe Apartments

Spring 2023 – Fall 2023

CDP staff provided pre-development entitlement, incentive and owner representative services for the “Guadalupe Apartments”. The project, located at 1616 Hardesty Ave, Kansas City, MO, will offer 50 mixed-income one- and two-bedroom units that are expected to be completed in April 2025. CDP staff worked with Guadalupe Centers Inc., Consolidated Housing Solutions, Monarch Private Capital and Odimo Design on this $12.8 million project. The project is partially funded with low-income housing tax credits through the Missouri Housing Development Commission.