Adam Anthony Pfeifer, NCARB

Lenexa, Kansas 66215

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Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Client: Worcester Investments/ Worcester Communities
Contractor: Monarch Build
Cost: Withheld

Originally the Fidelity National Bank & Trust Building, constructed in 1931 at an estimated cost of $2.85m, the building was liquidated in 1933 during the Great Depression. Fast forward almost 70 years and the building was converted from office space to multi-famliy apartments in the early 2000s, but had not seen any updates since. In 2019, under new ownership once again, we developed a plan to revitalize the aging building lounge, fitness room, yoga studio, add a game room, as well as other updates to common spaces. Additionally, the existing historic lobby was updated to create an increased visual and physical connection to the previously hidden building lounge. The new space is now used daily by many of the tenants as a place to gather, socialize, and grab a coffee or drink before either starting their day, or retiring for the night.

This work was completed while at NSPJ Architects. Renderings provided by NSPJ Architects.