Exclusive sneak peek includes mimosas, raffle prizes and a brunch demonstration from Union Hill restaurant The Drop Bar & Bistro
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Aug. 4, 2016) – Union Hill is holding an open house event celebrating the completion of the Campbell platinum-lifestyle apartment building on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Campbell building, located at 3000 Gillham, is the latest addition to luxury urban living in the Union Hill neighborhood and downtown Kansas City area, and is now ready to occupy.
The Campbell Open House is open to the public, featuring brunch, mimosas and raffle prizes. Leasing agents will be available to answer any questions, and Executive Chef and Managing Partner of The Drop Bar & Bistro Hope Dillon will be onsite for a brunch chef demonstration. Additional food items will also be available for attendees.
Local ownership, development, management and leadership ensure the success and stability of Union Hill as a neighborhood with dining, entertainment, services and green space. Overlooking Crown Center, Union Hill is near major employers, including Hallmark Cards, Union Station, multiple major law firms, the Federal Reserve and Children’s Mercy. A short walk from the Crossroads Arts District, Union Hill preserves history and embraces the future of Kansas City with the Kauffman Performing Arts Center, downtown Kansas City and Country Club Plaza as nearby neighbors.
The Campbell Building
The Campbell building is named after John Campbell, one of the 14 purchasers of the old Prudhomme Estate, the original town site for Kansas City. Similar to the platinum-lifestyle Ragan and Taylor buildings, the Campbell building is based on Chicago’s Lincoln Park. The platinum-lifestyle design reflects classic architecture among the historic homes, townhomes and apartment buildings that define the Union Hill neighborhood.
The Campbell building is home to 23 units, featuring one and two bedroom floorplans. It is one of the three new platinum-lifestyle buildings, including luxury amenities such as all stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, granite countertops, a walk-in pantry and wood-burning fireplaces in select units. Additionally, the Campbell building features a stone façade, including elegant architecture with modern finishes and fully-wired capabilities for all service providers, including Google Fiber.
The Campbell Building features, 3000 Gillham:
- 23 units with one and two bedrooms, both with den options
- Furnished lobbies and private parking garages
- Fully hard-wired for technology choices, including Google Fiber, Time Warner Cable and AT&T U-verse
- Union Hill offices are staffed seven days a week to assist residents with package delivery, property services and leasing questions
- Elegant condominium design with brick terraces and balconies
- Open floor plans with luxury plank floors in the living and dining areas
- Large walk-in closets
- Separate laundry room equipped with full size washer and dryer
- Kitchen with walk-in pantry and stainless steel appliances including gas cooking
- Select apartments come with wood-burning fireplaces
- Storage available in each building
- On-site management, 24-hour emergency maintenance
- Access to private resident state-of-the-art Union Hill Athletic Club
About Union Hill
Established in 1857, Union Hill is one of Kansas City’s oldest continuous neighborhoods with more than 1000 young professionals, established mobile mid-career and active empty nesters. Union Hill is a true urban neighborhood, spanning more than 16 city blocks nestled between Main Street on the west, Gillham Road on the east, the 31st Street corridor on the south and approximately 29th Street on the north. Overlooking Crown Center and the downtown skyline, the Union Hill district offers convenient living surrounded by green space, dining, arts, entertainment, fitness and some of Kansas City’s major employers. Bob Frye leads the overall development, preservation and advancement of Union Hill with a more than 30-year history of ownership and solid development that builds on 150 years of history with a long term vision and commitment to the neighborhood. Kansas City’s history is embraced throughout the district. For more information, visit www.unionhill.com or follow the latest at on www.facebook.com/unionhillkc, @UHILLKC on Twitter and Instagram or call 816-777-5900.