1006 Grand Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64106
Grand Boulevard Lofts offers classic sophistication with distinguished design in an incomparable setting. Choose from two different finish packages and live the way you want to with a lower sticker price. When we say true loft- style living you can afford, we mean it.
The Historic Gates Building, now Grand Boulevard Lofts, has a long and rich history as part of downtown Kansas City’s business district. It is now, once again, poised to shape the future of the community in which it resides. Come and be a part of the energy, just blocks away from the Power and Light District. With everything from floor-to-ceiling windows to spectacular 17th floor views of the city, Grand Boulevard Lofts is clearly the place to be. Find out what Truly Affordable Loft-Style Living feels like in downtown Kansas City.
Rental Income Limits Apply to Some Homes:
*Limits subject to change annually, call for details.
1 Person $30,840
2 Person $35,220
3 Person $39,600
4 Person $43,980
5 Person $47,520
6 Person $51,060
7 Person $54,540
8 Person $58,080
Remarks on Grand Boulevard:
“This is Sherman Associates’ first project in Kansas City and we are pleased to become part of this dynamic community. We are proud of this impressive and historic project and look forward to seeing Grand Boulevard Lofts become an integral part of the downtown housing market. We look forward to undertaking more opportunities in Kansas City and are deeply grateful to everyone who helped make this success possible.” – George Sherman, Sherman Associates, Inc.
“Grand Boulevard Lofts is a terrific addition to the Downtown housing mix. Bringing affordable housing Downtown for middle-income Kansas City residents is a great use for an office tower that’s been vacant for more than a decade. Developers, including Sherman Associates, continue to find unique residential uses for some of our underutilized office buildings, and with each one, Downtown becomes more of a neighborhood. As 134 new homes are established in this century-old building, we welcome you to the community." – Mark Funkhouser, Mayor, Kansas City