1200 Grand Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64106
Bonfils (1200 Grand) was built was built in 1925 as a speculative commercial building by entrepreneur and newspaper owner Frederick Bonfils. It was designed in a Venetian Renaissance Revival style by Frederick C. Gunn, a prominent Kansas City architect. The main floor was the home of the Wonderland Arcade from 1940 until 1983 and the upper floors housed a variety of business offices. Bonfils was sold in 1983 and subsequently renovated. It has housed the headquarters of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and is currently available on the market.
- 2-Story Office Building located in downtown Kansas City
- 18,675 SF available now
- 1st Floor Retail/Restaurant Space Available
- Large conference center and fitness facility available in adjacent Town Pavilion
- Secure/convenient parking and visitor parking on-site