Kansas City Star Building

William Rockhill Nelson founded the Kansas City Star, Kansas City’s longest running newspaper, in 1880. After more than a quarter-century of expanding and outgrowing previous locations, Nelson commissioned Chicago architect Jarvis Hunt to design a

H.D. Lee Building

National Register nomination and historic tax credit applications

Atchison YMCA

The Atchison YMCA has continuously served the community needs of the citizens of Atchison. The building functioned as the city’s only YMCA facility until it closed in 2017. A new YMCA facility was constructed adjacent

YMCA

National Register nomination and historic tax credit applications

Crossline Towers

National Register nomination and historic tax credit application

Wheatley Provident Hospital

Wheatley-Provident Hospital played an important role in the history of healthcare in Kansas City. It was the first and only private hospital in the city dedicated to treating Black patients. It was also the only