Kansas City Power and Light District Plans collection
This collection contains architectural plans, bid packages, photographs, internal communications, and business plans relating to the construction of the Power and Light District in Kansas City, Missouri.
- Creation: 1996 - 2000
Conditions Governing Access
No access restrictions.
Conditions Governing Use
Spencer Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials.
History of the Kansas City Power & Light District
The Kansas City Power and Light District in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, was developed in the late 1990s by Cordish Companies of Baltimore, Maryland. Bounded by Baltimore and Grand Avenues, 12th Street and Interstate 670, the district is named for the Kansas City Power and Light Building skyscraper that is part of the district. KCPL serves as a mixed use district, including shopping and restaurants, entertainment venues, office spaces, and living spaces.
2.25 Linear Feet (3 boxes + 2 oversize boxes, 14 oversize folders)
Language of Materials
RH MS 1512
RH MS Q471
RH MS R470
RH MS R511
RH MS S84
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Hoyl Lockett, 2019.
- Guide to the Hoyl Lockett Collection
- Kansas City Power and Light District Plans collection
- Finding aid prepared by gem, 2019. Finding aid encoded by gem, 2019. Finding aid edited by cmp, 2022, 2023.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Finding aid written in English.
- Finding aid permalink
- Preferred citation
Kansas City Power and Light District Plans collection, RH MS 1512, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas