The Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City is one of the most concentrated gallery districts in the nation, surrounded by five-star restaurants and a variety of entertainment. The appeal of this destination makes it a perfect location for this new Hampton Inn project. This 132-unit hotel includes a meeting room, board room, 18 balconies, and a large lobby and breakfast area, as well as a full Starbucks on the ground floor.
Structural steel and structural metal studs were utilized in the building's structure with an exterior of cast stone on the ground floor and Dryvit's New Brick on the upper floors. The hotel lobby is finished beautifully, with custom light fixtures, furniture, and wood trim that fits Hampton Inn's higher-end motif. Limited space was a challenge at times, with the property located in Kansas City's downtown urban area. The site had to be in pristine condition and very organized. Crossland teams self-performed the concrete and steel on this project. Crossland completed this project in March 2019.