The Jenkins Music Company Building in Kansas City, Missouri was built in 1911 at 1217-1223 Walnut Street, located in the Kansas City Power and Light District. It is a significant example of unaltered, Modernistic style commercial architecture, combining Late Gothic Revival and Art Deco decorative elements. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The building is currently controlled by Kansas City-based real estate firm Copaken Brooks and is planned to be used as a mixed commercial and residential property sometime in the future.

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  • The Jenkins Music Company Building in Kansas City, Missouri was built in 1911 at 1217-1223 Walnut Street, located in the Kansas City Power and Light District. It is a significant example of unaltered, Modernistic style commercial architecture, combining Late Gothic Revival and Art Deco decorative elements. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The building was constructed in two phases. A six-story building, built in 1911-12, was enlarged in 1931-1932 with an eight-story, south unit. As part of the enlargement, two additional stories were added atop the 1911-1912 unit. The building, constructed on level grade, faces west onto Walnut Street. Modernistic in style, the building is an amalgam of Late Gothic Revival and Art Deco design elements. The most ornate area of the building's exterior; is the west facade, with embellishments and eighth story step-backs creating a strong vertical and rectilinear effect. The building is currently controlled by Kansas City-based real estate firm Copaken Brooks and is planned to be used as a mixed commercial and residential property sometime in the future. (en)
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  • The Jenkins Music Company Building in Kansas City, Missouri was built in 1911 at 1217-1223 Walnut Street, located in the Kansas City Power and Light District. It is a significant example of unaltered, Modernistic style commercial architecture, combining Late Gothic Revival and Art Deco decorative elements. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The building is currently controlled by Kansas City-based real estate firm Copaken Brooks and is planned to be used as a mixed commercial and residential property sometime in the future. (en)
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