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Kansas City-3rd most office space in the Midwest!

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Posted by ignaitus on the KC website:

Source...

http://gkc2.cbrichardellis.com/LocalReports350.asp

There are two methods for sq. feet of office space. Some show Downtowns/Metro totals and other show Downtowns/Suburbs only. Instead of adding, I kept them separate. For the proposed, it is in Million sq. feet.

City.........Downtown CBD.........Vacancy %..........Metro Total.........Vacancy %...Q4Construction....M Proposed

Minneapolis......21,993,225...........16.47...........64,803,036...........16.62

...........151,000...........minimal

Kansas City......19,391,061...........17.1...........70,939,865...........16.4...........70

2,807...........4.05

Detroit...........14,098,868..............24.7...........70,245,591...........21

.6...........278,000...........minimal

St. Louis........12,809,516...............20...........43,186,646...........17.8....

.......220,000...........unknown

City...........Downtown CBD...........Vacancy %...........Suburban Only....Vacancy%....Q4Construction...M Proposed

Chicago Broader.117,219,093...........13.5...........98,991,040...........19.2..........

.3,350,000...........

Chicago Loop.......48,044,111.......................................................

Cleveland...........18,421,014...........19.6...........17,844,364...........17.

4...........155,000...........1.4

Cincinnati...........14,074,646...........13.87...........19,052,551...........2

0.6...........323,200...........2.9

Indianapolis........11,038,041...........17.5...........17,810,926...........20.

4...........211,500...........

Columbus...........10,368,612...........24.1...........17,227,689...........24.3

...........335,953

In another format....

Downtown Office Square Footage (Vacancy):

1. Chicago - 117,219,093 (13.5%)

2. Minneapolis - 21,993,225 (16.5%)

3. Kansas City - 19,391,061 (17.1%)

4. Cleveland - 18,421,014 (19.6%)

5. Detroit - 14,098,868 (24.7%)

6. Cincinnati - 14,074,646 (13.9%)

7. St. Louis - 12,809,516 (20.0%)

8. Indianapolis - 11,038,041 (17.5%)

9. Columbus - 10,368,612 (24.1%)

10. St. Paul - 8,471,463 (20.2%)

11. Grand Rapids - 6,194,949 (18.3%)

Metro Office Square Footage:

1. Chicago - 216,210,133

2. Kansas City - 70,939,865

3. Detroit - 70,245,591

4. Minneapolis/St. Paul - 64,803,036

5. St. Louis - 43,186,646

6. Cleveland - 36,265,378

7. Cincinnati - 33,127,197

8. Indianapolis - 28,848,967

9. Columbus - 27,596,301

10. Grand Rapids - 13,744,013

Metro Industrial Square Footage (Vacancy):

1. Chicago - 1,020,373,449 (9.3%)

2. Detroit - 522,642,073 (12.8%)

3. Minneapolis/St. Paul - 316,385,613 (9.5%)

4. Cleveland - 283,047,353 (10.4%)

5. Cincinnati - 239,717,343 (9.4%)

6. St. Louis - 226,425,495 (8.0%)

7. Kansas City - 222,429,826 (10.9%)

8. Indianapolis - 197,614,432 (9.0%)

9. Columbus - 192,520,667 (11.5%)

10. Grand Rapids - 80,177,009 (15.0%)

Downtown 19,391,061

East Kansas City 5,114,947

Kansas City North 4,970,935

Kansas City Kansas 2,041,331

Midtown/Plaza 6,154,633

North Johnson County 7,564,779

South Johnson County 19,836,953

South Kansas City 5,865,226

Total Metro Area 70,939,865

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mpls, Kansas City's numbers are correct, that I can guarantee you. You also need to be aware of the construction going on here, and the construction that will soon occur, like Kansas City Live, IRS, and Federal Reserve.

You have to remember that we have Downtown (which includes Crown Center) and the Plaza. Plus south KC and around KCI. Then, in our metro area, we have Independence, Overland Park, KCK, North Kansas City, etc... Minneapolis' numbers may not be accurate but Kansas City's is.

Some day, you WILL have to accept that Kansas City can beat out other cities. I'm sure you don't have a problem now, but think about it, just b/c KC has more office space than Minneapolis (in our metro) doesn't mean we are bigger.

Like i've said, one day KC will become the 3rd or 4th biggest city in the midwest. and i've said it before, nothing can stop us ;) I'm sure you can agree with me.

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I added up the amount of space we will have if you count the "soon" to be u/c IRS, H&R Block and Fed Res, our total metro space will be from 80,000,000 to 83,000,000

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