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Reviving historic buildings to create contemporary multi-use spaces

Development is what we do.

Historic spaces reimagined for contemporary uses.

Corrigan Station 

In partnership with Copaken Brooks, we envisioned the Corrigan Building as a strategic investment to offer much-needed Class A office space in downtown Kansas City. Working with Helix architecture firm, we team developed a strategy that would preserve the building’s distinct, historic characteristics on the exterior and rehabilitate the interior to accommodate a mix of tenants, ranging from large companies to growing small businesses. Before it was completed, the building was nearly 100% leased, which demonstrates the desire for companies to be in the heart of downtown.


Renamed Corrigan Station as a nod to Kansas City’s transit-oriented history, its nine stories of office space and ground-level retail space has maintained its occupancy since opening.

Further extending Corrigan Station’s useful life, the team integrated sustainable design strategies whenever possible, resulting in LEED Silver certification and regional recognition for its stewardship.


The Creamery 

Located in the heart of the Crossroads Art’s District, the 31,839 SF Creamery Building was originally built in 1912 as a production facility for the Meriden Creamery Company and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


The building was renovated starting in 2014 and open for tenancy in 2015 by 3D Development to have a second life as office space for a variety of office suites across four levels, including an intimate rooftop and clubroom. The building is centrally located and within walking distance to dozens of restaurants, thousands of residences and many entertainment and art venues.


Common area amenities host collaboration among tenants which range across a variety of industries including marketing, non-profit, law, consulting, furniture, design, app development and architecture.

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Grand Place 


Originally the bustling headquarters for the Kansas City Star newspaper, Grand Place is a full city block that is being reimagined into a vibrant, mixed-use destination featuring 250,000+ square-feet of office space, a European-style market, private dining, spa and more. Grand Place is all about: location, character, convenience and amenities. 

Who We Are

About Us

Our focus has been repurposing historical landmark structures in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City. All developments are Landmark historical structures with great architectural bones, yet requiring complete demolition of the interiors, new mechanical systems, elevators, windows and interior tenant finish. All buildings were vacant or in a deteriorated state, yet have come to life to be an integral part of the surrounding community.


Year of Establishment


Square Feet Developed


Historic Adaptations

Vince Bryant

Founder & CEO, 3D Development

Our philosophy is simple

While just three words, we believe there's an art to great real estate development and it starts with vision. 

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What we do

Our Projects

Each project has incorporated high-quality amenities, green development practices and each have created new top-of-the-market price points. While most development in the city has been focused on residential and hospitality, this group has focused on being the only office developer of size in the downtown market and fortunate in acquiring the best historical stock of landmark buildings.


"Vince Bryant is a positive force in making Kansas City better. He is certainly focused on his own brand of development - unique contemporary creative amenity rich workplace and service environments in repurposed and new architecture, while also envisioning and collaborating with others to execute important strategies that will transform our City." 

Steve McDowell / Principal / BNIM

"3D Development has brought to the Crossroads unique renovations of historic properties offering both quality and creativity for an urban client."

Suzie Aron / Broker / Aron Real Estate

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