In the gritty Crossroads district of downtown Kansas City, red brick buildings contrast with the sleek glass-faced sky-rises of central downtown. Vintage painted advertisements still make their mark. Restaurants, lofts, and businesses abound, filling up a once-vacant neighborhood that now thrives in its cowtown feel.
It’s where we call home in Kansas City, in the third floor of a three-story building that boasts exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, industrial fixtures, and a sushi restaurant on the bottom floor. And within walking distance of us is one of our clients, Helix Architecture + Design; in fact, they’re one block east. At 5’3″, if I stand on my tiptoes and look out our back window, I can see the solar panels Brightergy installed, at home on top of its two-story building.
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