The all new Savoy Hotel at 219 W. Ninth Street in downtown Kansas City is the area’s first boutique “museum hotel.” Featuring 120 rooms, including 19 suites, the hotel is housed in a building originally constructed in 1888. The new iteration of the Savoy Hotel offers four private art galleries for special events, a rooftop terrace and a ballroom accommodating 150 people. The Hotel Savoy also includes over 6,200 square feet of contemporary art exhibition space, with guided tours available. Midland Steel was proud to be a part of this innovative project.
Midland Steel Company Helps Redevelop 130-Year-Old Building Into Boutique Hotel
New, Kansas City High-Rise Apartments Feature Midland Steel Company Fabrication Work
From sweeping city views to amenities like a co-working space, gym, indoor heated pool and cocktail lounge, Two Light high-rise apartments boasts floor-to-ceiling windows in each of its 296 units. Located at 1444 Grand Blvd., the building’s apartments each rent for $1,200 to $6,000 per month. Midland Steel supplied various components for the concrete structure, including canopies, hand rails and roof structure.
Midland Steel Company to Help Bring World’s Largest ScreenX System to Liberty, Missouri
Looking for the most exciting viewing encounter yet? Take a look inside B&B Theatres of Liberty, Missouri, where the world’s largest ScreenX system will deliver an immersive, 270-degree experience in four theaters by 2019. The ScreenX system will be used with one of B&B’s Grand Screens, which is four stories tall and seven stories tall for a theatre adventure that simply can’t be replicated at home.
Expansion Underway at Midland Steel Company
Over the past five decades, one thing has never changed: Midland Steel Company keeps growing! A new addition is being built at Midland Steel Company, a 50 by 90-foot structure that will house the handrail and lightweight architecture components. Built by Midland Steel Erection, the project is just the latest expansion by Midland Steel Company.
New Hotel Indigo Offers Uniquely Kansas City Experience
The new Hotel Indigo in the Brookfield Building will reopen December 15, revitalizing a building that has been vacant for a decade. The design of the building brings echoes of its past, with its décor highlighting a transportation theme in honor of the Santa Fe Railroad ticketing and administrative offices that were once housed in the building. This is the latest Hotel Indigo, which are unique hotels that are designed to showcase the area of their location.