The Campbell, located at 3000 Gillham, is the newest addition to the Union Hill neighborhood in midtown Kansas City. Named after John Campbell, one of the 14 purchasers of the old Prudhomme Estate, the original town site for Kansas City, the Campbell was built to reflect the classic architecture and history of the Union Hill neighborhood.
It's the latest building to debut as part of Bob Frye's series of projects in the Union Hill area, including both single-family homes and multifamily apartment buildings. Frye is expecting to debut the adjacent McCoy building by October.
Union Hill, established in 1857, is one of Kansas City’s oldest continuous neighborhoods and spans more than 16 city blocks between Main Street to the west and Gillham Road to east. Located near Crown Center, Union Hill honors the history of Kansas City through the preservation and advancement of the neighborhood.
The Campbell offers 23 units, featuring one- and two-bedroom floor plans with den options. Amenities include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a walk-in pantry, and wood-burning fireplaces in select units. A private parking garage, fitness center and storage units are also available in the building.
Residents are already starting to move in. Units range from 893 to 1,472 square feet and rent for $1,400 to $2,035 a month.
Interested in seeing it for yourself? An open house event celebrating the completion of the Campbell will be held on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Campbell building, 3000 Gillham.