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Mark Twain Tower

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Identification

Mark Twain Tower
Hotel Continental, Continental Building
121863

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
neo-gothic

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • Inability to meet expenses due to reduced membership during the Depression caused the Continental Building Company to take over the building's operation.
  • In 1982 the building was completely remodeled for use as an office building and renamed the Mark Twain Tower.
  • The Kansas City Athletic Club still uses several floors for its facilities.
  • The Kansas City Athletic Club purchased and finished the structure in 1923 as its club and hotel.
  • Continental operated most of the building as a hotel, while letting the KCAC have six floors for its club.

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Location

100-108 West 11th Street
1026-1034 Baltimore Avenue
106 West 11th Street
64105
Kansas City
Missouri
U.S.A.

Technical Data

285.50 ft
284.00 ft
266.00 ft
22
1
1923
5

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