The self-guided Spring Urban Homes Tour is back in Downtown Kansas City this Saturday!
Organized by the Downtown Neighborhood Association, the free tour of 11 residential properties will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The tour is in response to the high demand for living in Downtown KC and will feature multiple properties along and around the KC Streetcar line.
“In the last few years, we’ve seen an incredible influx of new residents,” said the DNA President, Jared Campbell, “With the development boom along the Streetcar line, Downtown Kansas City has become the place to live, work and play.”
The Spring Urban Homes Tour is one of two free Downtown housing tours that occur annually. The other is a holiday-inspired Urban Homes Tour presented each December, as part of the Downtown Dazzle holiday activities.
Spring Urban Homes Tour guests will enjoy viewing urban living spaces and luxury amenities at each of the 11 participating properties, as well as experience tastes from local restaurants, special offers, seasonal cocktails, raffles and more. The self-guided tour is free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to ride the KC Streetcar to connect them to the participating properties on the tour.
“It has been thrilling to see the buzz surrounding Downtown KC living and the lifestyle that it has to offer,” said Power & Light Apartments Property Manager, Dawn Cole. “Many Downtown residents enjoy being within walking distance to upscale dining, entertainment, grocery stores, the City Market and the Crossroads Art District. Additionally, their apartment communities offer onsite amenities allowing them to enjoy fitness centers, media rooms, spas, social gatherings and outdoor spaces without ever leaving home.”
Each guest can begin the tour at any of the participating properties and will receive a map with additional details.
Participating properties include Power & Light Apartments, One Light Luxury Apartments, Two Light Luxury Apartments, Fountains Lofts, Board of Trade Lofts, Stuart Hall Lofts,
Summit on Quality Hill, Commerce Tower, 531 Grand, Centropolis, and Union Berkley Riverfront.
All Urban Homes Tour participants are encouraged to visit Cleaver & Cork for a happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
About the Downtown Neighborhood Association. The DNA is focused on building relationships among neighbors through its meetings and events. Members can meet other professionals and learn about businesses in the Downtown area so that you can work together to strengthen the economic fiber of our neighborhood. Networking with one another and improving social relations builds a stronger community. The Downtown Council works closely with the DNA on numerous issues and events, including the upcoming homes tour.