10 May Union Station fully leased, a milestone in its revival
A computer support firm and a school adminstration office have been signed as the building’s newest tenants.
By KEVIN COLLISON
The Kansas City Star
Union Station has leased 100 percent of its available office space after signing two tenants this week, culminating a steady financial comeback from the dour years when its civic reputation was sullied in red ink.
While the new leases themselves were small — Integrity Computer Services is taking 660 square feet and the Frontier School System 1,788 square feet — they cap a two-year campaign to squeeze more rental income from the 86,000 square feet of leasable office space in the historic train station. Read more