Workplace of the Future
Participate in the high-energy urban life along the KC Streetcar line while enjoying the calming views of the skyline in downtown Kansas City’s new high-rise, multi-tenant office building - the first multi-tenant high-rise Class A Office building in Kansas City since 1991.
Located in the heart of downtown, enjoy Kansas City’s best restaurants, shops, and entertainment within minutes from Strata.
Strata is approximately 265,000 RSF rising 25 floors above street level. The Class A Office building will sit atop 2 floors of existing retail with 7 levels of parking and 16-stories of environmentally responsible, energy efficient, high-performance office designed to suit any type of commercial tenant.
Tenants can enjoy a unique outdoor roof terrace 115 feet above Main Street that tops the structured, covered garage allowing 750 parking spaces.
The Office Space
Each office floor varies in size from 11,400 RSF to 16,500 RSF showcasing flexible spaces with views of the city with ultra-clear, floor to ceiling glass and exterior louvers. With its optimized building width, Strata offers healthy day-lighting to over 90% of the floor plate.
Interior atriums with access to balconies and vertical outdoor gardens provide easy connectivity for multi-level tenants. Interior atriums with access to balconies and vertical outdoor gardens provide easy connectivity for multi-level tenants.
Strata is conveniently located in the heart of downtown at the corner of 13th and Main Street along Kansas City's extensive transit system, the Streetcar Line.
Kansas City continues to grow into a popular destination for travel, conferences, and festivals. It's popular Power & Light Entertainment District is consistently bustling with life and just steps away from Strata truly making Strata a hub for businesses and their vision to grow and thrive - the workplace of the future.
This experienced development team continuously commits its leadership and resources to enhance the quality of life and the competitiveness of business downtown.
William Dietrich, Downtown Council