Copaken Brooks, a Kansas City commercial real estate firm, is co-developing Corrigan Station, a $50 million-plus office-over-retail project. But an untold story about the popular Crossroads Arts District project at 1828 Walnut St. involves the Kansas City office of another commercial real estate firm: Cushman & Wakefield.
It’s a soup-to-nuts story,” said Mike Mayer, managing principal of the local Cushman & Wakefield office. For starters, Mayer said, Cushman & Wakefield Vice President Gib Kerr brokered the sale of the historic 10-story Thomas Corrigan Building in 2013 to an investment group including Vince Bryant of 3D Development.
To read the entire article, click here.