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Town Pavilion

1111 Main Street
Kansas City MO United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count38
Floor Area111,483 m²
Building Uses
 - office
 - restaurant
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - postmodern
 - glass
 - granite

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire591 ft

Architect: Howard, Tammen and Bergendoff (HNTB)
Property Management: Copaken White Blitt
Construction Company: J. E. Dunn Construction

-When viewed from the sky, the building appears to have the same design as a Cathedral with a Latin Cross design and a baptism building near it.
-The Harzfeld Store Building occupied this space before this skyscraper was built.
-The first 3 stories from Main to Walnut and 11th to 12th is retail/mall space.
-A class "A" office building
-There are 2,200 parking spaces in the Town Pavilion facility (surrounding garages) SE of the skyscraper
-Home to more than 36 shops and restaurants
-The Kansas City Museum's sattelite facility is also located here
-Main entrance is 885ft above sea level
-Eastern side is 886ft above sea level
-Southern/Northern sides are 241' wide
-Eastern/Western sides are 374' wide

-Food Court
Great Steak & Fry
Bar Roma
Flamers Charburgers
Joe Joe’s Italian Eatery
Mrs. Field’s Cookies
Papa John’s Pizza
Wrap It Up
Pretzel Time
Panda Express

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