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"Downtown OP's First Mixed-Use Project Greeted with Strong Demand"

Article By Kansas City Business Journal.

The InterUrban Lofts, a $10 million development, is far from the largest project completed recently in Overland Park or even its booming downtown area.

But developer Hal Shapiro, a principal with Kansas City-based Real Property Group LLC, has earned bragging rights for completing Downtown Overland Park's first mixed-use project and one of its fastest new properties to lease up.

Located at 79th and Conser streets on the west side of the downtown area, the recently completed project is already at 78 percent occupancy and has signed its first commercial tenant.

Freightview Inc., a four-year-old freight management software company, signed a contract to occupy 3,200 square feet of office space in the building and will move into the space on Nov. 1.

The four-story InterUrban Lofts includes a total of 7,500 square feet of Class A office space and 41 luxury apartments over a 53-space underground parking garage.

Apartments still available include:

772-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bath units that rent for $1,190 a month939- to 998-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bath units that rent for $1,4501,250-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath units that rent for $1,8501,460-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath units that rent for $1,990

Project features include boutique apartment unit finishes and upscale amenities such as common area Wi-Fi, a fitness center and an outdoor terrace with fire pits, outdoor television, grills and string lights to provide a warm glow in the evenings. The second floor of the property includes a coffee lounge featuring complimentary Starbucks coffee for residents.

InterUrban Lofts is located a block and a half west of the center of downtown Overland Park, providing tenants with access to local shops, restaurants, bars, the Rio Theatre and Downtown's well-known farmer's market.

The facility was designed for Real Property Group by Overland Park-based Finkle + Williams Architecture.

Article By: Rob Roberts, Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal

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