Workspaces for Rent in Kansas City, Missouri

Affectionately referred to as the “Heart of America”, Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri and lies at the almost geographic center of the U.S. Straddling the Missouri and Kansas border, this lively Midwest city is an agriculture and manufacturing hub. It is home to companies like Dairy Farmers of America and one of the largest U.S. drug manufacturing plants. It is also headquarters to many other notable businesses like H&R Block, Hostess Brands, Russell Stovers Candies, and Hallmark Cards. Its central location gives businesses the flexibility to connect with all the major markets in the Midwest. Kansas City offers some of the best opportunities for growing businesses to thrive, and along with the office market in Leawood, there’s no better area for renting office space in Missouri.

Oak Street, Kansas City, 64106 Starting at $1025

Located just one block from the Power and Light District and adjacent to the Sprint Center, the Kessler Building puts Kansas City clients at the heart of the city’s business, entertainment and recreation offerings. Built in 1919, this stately red brick building features oversized windows that drench the space in natural light, as well as an attached parking garage for convenient commuting to and from the office.

Just beyond the door of your new office—emblazoned with your company logo and fully furnished with fiber internet and WiFi—lies an entrepreneurial community eager to connect and enjoy many on-site amenities. Fully-stocked kitchens, espresso bar, and local beer on tap power the networking events frequently held in the building’s communal lounges. Rolled into all the all-inclusive pricing are the little things you don’t want to have to worry about—mail service, 24/7 secured access, and taxes and utilities are already included.

Cross Streets: East 13th Street and Oak Street

Main Street, Kansas City, 64105 Starting at $1175

The global network of workspaces where companies grow together. At this convenient address, discover floors of coworking and private offices that cater to needs you didn’t even know you had. These spaces are designed to promote productivity whether you’re a team of one or 100, and month-to-month flexibility means your space is just as agile as you are. Plus, one all-inclusive rate makes things easy. Any workspace can have a lounge, but ours are decorated with custom murals. Your old office might have had a coffee pot, but ours has a micro-roasted coffee bar and fresh fruit water. Considered every detail so you can focus on your business. Beyond desks, staff, and amenities, find a community of forward-thinking companies and in-house events that connect you organically.

Cross Streets: West 11th Street and Main Street

Walnut Street, Kansas City, 64108 Starting at $1150

This workspace at Corrigan Station is a modern twist on Kansas City office space. Transformed four floors of this former garment factory into private offices and coworking space, weaving the city’s business elite into the fabric of this community. For transport, the Kansas City Streetcar has a northbound stop immediately outside the building on Main Street, connecting Corrigan Station to the River Market, downtown, Power & Light, and Crown Center. The Crossroads Art District gives your team direct access to a vibrant area of galleries, architectural and design firms, retail, and restaurants. Whether you’re a nonprofit, startup, or established agency, discover a place where companies grow together.

Cross Streets: East 19th Street and Walnut Street

Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64108 Starting at $1200

This coworking space is a community that allows members to find a new way to work, collaborate with one another and surround themselves with other brilliant minds. After all, communication and collaboration encourage multipliers to getting things done fast.

Cross Streets: Between West 17th and 18th Streets

State Line Road, Kansas City, KS 66103 Starting at $1200

This coworking studio & event space is located in the heart of the Kansas City Startup Village where inspired, creative and passionate entrepreneurs collide with the power of Google Fiber. 

Cross Streets: between Seneca Avenue and West 45th Street

Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64114 Starting at $1216

This is an ideal co-working solution for independent workers, freelancers, telecommuters, entepresneurs, small businesses, startups. Beautiful meeting rooms are available for meetings with your clients and associates. Dedicated desks include 24/7 access, filing cabinet, printing/scanning/copying and more.

Cross Streets: Between Wornall Road and Wyandotte Street

East 101st Terrace, Kansas City, 64131 Starting at $625

Establish a local business presence in Kansas City with professional workspace in our South Kansas City business center at 800 East 101st Terrace. Our office space is situated in the prominent Holmes Corporate Center building with immediate access to I-435. It houses a dynamic community of professionals in health care, real estate and construction, finance and morEast This impressive campus features a nicely landscaped exterior with an elegantly renovated lobby. It’s an excellent location to meet with clients and focus on your work in our center’s vibrant, tech-powered business environment. From your office, you can grab coffee or lunch at the Thai House nearby or head over to the Ward Parkway Center less than 10 minutes away to do some shopping.

 

West 9th Street, Kansas City, 64105 Starting at $912

Situated in the heart of Downtown, our Kansas City business center is a fantastic place to work with a significant heritage. Located on the second and third floor of a beautifully restored former hotel of national importance, it provides a stunning work environment.

As well as the building’s unique characteristics, you’re close to the city’s best features too. The site sits alongside the distinctive skyline in the central business district, near the city’s largest bank. The Metro Area Express (MAX), a bus system designed to avoid congestion, means you can easily get around.

The rich traditions of Kansas City, which include jazz, blues, fountains and KC-style barbecue, are also nearby in a largely redeveloped district known for its arts, boutique shops and local cuisine, so there’s plenty to impress your clients and associates. Additionally, the Sprint Center, a 19,000 seat sports and music arena is within easy reach.

 

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