Corrigan Station Receives LEED Silver Certification
(Kansas City, Mo.) Corrigan Station has been awarded the Silver certification by the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building program. The LEED rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the foremost program for buildings, homes and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance.
Built in 1921 and located in the Crossroads Arts District at 1828 Walnut, Corrigan Station is an iconic historic landmark getting new life as a vibrant, mixed-use destination for tenants and visitors. Phase 1 was completed in December 2016 as the largest office project completed downtown in nearly a quarter century.
“In the short time since Corrigan Station opened, it has stood as an example of the best way to bring new life to a historic building and the Crossroads neighborhood,” said Jon Copaken, principal at Copaken Brooks, a commercial real estate firm and owner and developer of Corrigan Station. “The LEED certification is just another way we’re implementing practical applications of sustainable practices that benefit all of our tenants and the city as a whole. I’m proud of our partnership with 3D Development and their vision that helped lead us to this achievement.”
Corrigan Station achieved LEED certification for implementing practical and measurable strategies and solutions aimed at achieving high performance in sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
“Corrigan Station’s LEED certification demonstrates tremendous green building leadership,” said Rick Fedrizzi, president, CEO & founding chair, U.S. Green Building Council. “The urgency of USGBC’s mission has challenged the industry to move faster and reach further than ever before, and Corrigan Station serves as a prime example with just how much we can accomplish.”