The Kansas City Business Journal has named the Hotel Indigo and the Fairfax Lofts as one of the 2018 Capstone Honorees for Adaptive Re-Use. The Capstone Award recognizes the most outstanding real estate and development projects in Kansas City that enhance the metro area.
The long-abandoned historic Brookfield Building at W. 11th Street and Baltimore Avenue, which previously housed the offices of many transportation leaders in the area from 1930 through the 1960s, has been restored to its original appearance. The renovation created both the Hotel Indigo and Fairfax Lofts in Downtown Kanas City, Missouri.
The new hotel and lofts carry out a transportation theme with train murals in the public spaces and travel-related mock post cards adorning the walls of the rooms. Hotel Indigo houses 118-guest rooms occupying floors one through nine. Amenities include the Dot and Boss Cocktail and Coffee House, modern design accents in its guest rooms, business service center, fitness center, valet, board room and meeting spaces and wireless Internet. The Fairfax Lofts are situated on the top three floors of the building with 27 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C. is proud of its role as Architect-of-Record and Structural Engineer as well as its opportunity to be a part of the project team that included Rau Construction Company, Contractor; Gary Brink & Associates, Design Architect; Brookfield Hotel Investment, LLC, developer and the many other individuals and companies that were part of this major undertaking.
This project has been financed with the help of state and federal historic tax credits. Congratulations to Gabe Vogl, David Hendrikse, Scott Rosemann and the entire Rosemann Team!