1817 Campbell St in Kansas City, MO was originally constructed for Goodwill Industries in 1922 and has served as their local headquarters for over 97 years .The buildings facade was wrapped in metal cladding as part of an addition to the building in 1972, protecting the original brick exterior of the south wing. The ﬁrst level of the building was used as Goodwill’s shipping and warehouse function, with the upper ﬂoors housing a variety of uses over the years including offices, classroom space and a cafeteria. The property features unobstructed views of downtown, from Crown Center to Kauffman Center and the Central Business District skyline. The property includes an income producing billboard along the highway.
This rare East Crossroads building is nearly a full city block and is prominently located along 71 Hwy/I-49. The 4-story, 78,060 SF building is visible from the Central Business District, and is well recognized among the local community. 1817 Campbell is also located along the primary 18th Street corridor, which connects the Crossroads Arts District to the Historic 18th & Vine corridor. The property neighbors the future Keystone Innovation District.
1817 Campbell is currently being marketed on a call for offers basis in the current “as-is” or “where-is” condition.