Monogram Building
Monogram on Washington Apartments

The Monogram Building, designed by St. Louis architect, Albert Groves, was constructed in 1910 as a warehouse and factory for millinery company Rosenthal-Sloan. It is a contributing building to the National Register-listed Washington Avenue Historic

Parkhurst Davis Building
101 Kansas Avenue Lofts

The Parkhurst Davis Building was constructed in 1909 after the previous warehouse that occupied the site was destroyed by fire. The four-story warehouse anchors the south end of the small National Register-listed historic Mill Block

Hawthorne Apartments

The 12-unit three story apartment building at 3507 Gillham Road was constructed in 1916. It is a unique example of a multi-family residence in National Register-listed Hyde Park Historic District. The other apartment buildings in

Gate City National Bank
Ambassador Hotel

The six-story building at 1111 Grand in downtown Kansas City was constructed in 1920 as the Gate City National Bank. The base (first three stories) of the front facade is divided into three bays by

Commerce Tower
Commerce Tower Apartments

Standing 32-stories, Commerce Tower was the largest and tallest private office building in Missouri when it was completed in 1964. Designed by architecture firm of Keene, Simpson and Murphy, it embodies tenets of functionality and

Schrader Building

The Schrader Warehouse Building is an excellent example of a standalone daylight factory, making the building an important example of Akron’s industrial history. The building’s reinforced concrete construction, large expanses of steel sash glazing, and

Mining Exchange Building

Miami is a town of approximately 13,000 people in the northeast corner of Oklahoma. The Mining Exchange Building is located in the National Register listed downtown historic district. Miami became the financial center of the

Historic Power Station

This former Harvey power plant is being converted into a mental health "oasis" to serve this rural region of North Dakota. Once renovated, the building will serve as a physical symbol and metaphor for the