Introducing Kansas City's Newest Mixed-Use Apartment Community Gallerie

March 28, 2017

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Milhaus is excited to announce it will break ground on April 10 on Gallerie, a mixed-use apartment community which would converge three Kansas City neighborhoods: Crown Center, Union Hill and Longfellow. The 361-unit Gallerie apartments will include 7,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space and plans to welcome residents in 2018.

Working alongside two reputable locally headquartered Kansas City brands, UC-B Properties and Hallmark, Milhaus will transform eight acres of undeveloped property into a bustling mixed-use development. UC-B Properties aids Milhaus as a trusted local development partner and Hallmark, as the previous land owner and its neighboring headquarters, holds a vested interested in the long-term success of the community. 

“We’ve thoughtfully chosen the name Gallerie given the property represents a confluence of a gallery of major Kansas City neighborhoods including Crown Center, Union Hill and Longfellow,” said Jeremy Stephenson, president of Milhaus Development & Milhaus Construction. “We believe that the right development can and should improve the neighborhood around it, so we’re looking forward to converging these neighborhoods through Gallerie, and continuing to implement new businesses in the commercial space.”

In addition to the connection of neighborhoods, Milhaus chose Gallerie’s name to reflect the prevalent local arts and culture scene in Kansas City. Milhaus plans to align the property’s design, aesthetic features and resident experience with Kansas City’s overarching emphasis on the artistic community.

Continuing to expand its footprint within the U.S., Milhaus is pursuing strategic growth opportunities in new and existing markets to reach its goal of having 20,000 units in 10 markets by 2020. Milhaus currently has projects under development in Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Ohio; Kansas City, Missouri; Louisville, Kentucky; Memphis, Tennessee; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.