Our New Home

Hollis + Miller is thrilled to be moving downtown, joining its two offices into one.

The design of our new residence inside Corrigan Station will be about unifying our two offices in the heart of the architectural community in Kansas City. Additionally, our space will reflect who we are as a firm and how we work – collaboratively and how our interdisciplinary teams functions as one large family. The organization and design revolves around our focus to inspire learning, co-creation of design with clients and our design partners and our focus on our purpose:  empowering communities through smart and inspiring learning environments that have a rewarding experience and a successful impact for our clients and those they serve.

The new Hollis + Miller offices will boast ten-foot-tall windows that will allow abundant natural light, coupled with 11-foot ceiling clear height and large, open floor plates, the space will feel open and collaborative. From the upper floors (8-10), Hollis + Miller will have unprecedented and impressive views toward the east, south, and west. The north façade will provide spectacular skyline views of downtown.

Corrigan Station, at the center of the Crossroads Arts District, offers innovative and collaborative space that attracts unique and progressive companies that appreciate the building’s working environment, amenities, and connectivity. The building is designed to achieve LEED certification as a “green” building.

As a historic renovation, Corrigan Station will showcase urban character combined with modern style. Open floor plates provide abundant natural light and the building will offer impressive amenities like a rooftop patio, coffee shop, showers, common gathering spaces, and one-of-a-kind views. Corrigan Station provides unmatched connectivity via the Kansas City Streetcar which has a northbound stop immediately outside the building. Upon completion, the project will total approximately 150,000 square feet which will include an adjacent, newly constructed parking garage.