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1. 40-Year-Old Skyscraper Goes On the Market in KC 40-Year-Old Skyscraper Goes On the Market in KC February 24, 2005 The Commerce Tower is for sale. The 30-story building downtown is 40 years old and has 540,000 square feet. It is currently owned by Tower Properties Co. and no asking price is listed. Current tenants...

2. Commerce Tower Commerce Tower December 5, 1963 Commerce Tower is 32 stories in height and 421 feet in elevation.

3. Commerce Towers Commerce Towers May//1963 Illustration and article about the new 30-story Commerce Towers building designed by architects Keene, Simpson & Murphy. Built in 1962 at 913 Main Street on the site of the demolished (for replacement...

4. Commerce Towers Commerce Towers

5. Downtown Rooftop View Downtown Rooftop View 1964-07-14 Downtown rooftop view looking toward the northwest. Missouri River in view as well as portions of the Fidelty Building and Commerce Towers.

6. Eyes of Thousands Will Watch Hands of Famous Clocks for Dawn of 1950 Eyes of Thousands Will Watch Hands of Famous Clocks for Dawn of 1950 December/31/1949 Photo and article about the famous clocks being watched across the country for the beginning of the year 1950, including at "the twin towers of the Fidelity Building."

7. Federal Government in Greater Kansas City Federal Government in Greater Kansas City 1939 Description of the federal building officially called the U.S. Customs House & Post Office, at 9th and Walnut Streets. Under construction in 1879, opened on August 29, 1885. Site cost $8,500, total cost...

8. Federal Government Invests in Historic Northeast Federal Government Invests in Historic Northeast August/14/2002 The Social Security Administration is building a new state-of-the art structure on Independence Boulevard in the Northeast area of the city. The building will sit on the southwest corner of Independence...

9. Fidelity National Bank Fidelity National Bank 2 postcards of the old and new Fidelity National Bank buildings

10. Fidelity National Bank Fidelity National Bank Postcard of the Fidelity National Bank building at 9th and Walnut

11. Fidelity Spirit: Special Building Edition Fidelity Spirit: Special Building Edition 1932 Information about the Fidelity Bank Building, 465 feet, 4 inches above the sidewalk, equal in height ot a 35 story building. The building proper is 30 stories in height with elevator service to the 33rd...

12. First Church of Christ, Scientist First Church of Christ, Scientist Postcard of the First Church of Christ, Scientist at Ninth and Forest Streets

13. Kansas City Star Building Kansas City Star Building Postcard of the Kansas City Star Building

14. Kansas City's Tallest Buildings Kansas City's Tallest Buildings From the Kansas City Codes Administration, April 13, 1983: Kansas City Power & Light Building, 476 feet; City Hall, 443 feet; Fidelity Bank, 426 feet; Hyatt Regency, 413 feet; Commerce Towers, 407 feet;...

15. KCMO-TV Tower KCMO-TV Tower According to the local history index card, the KCMO-TV Tower at 125 East 31st Street (owned by KCPT-TV, Channel 19, as of the mid-1970s) is 1,042 feet tall.

16. Liberty, MO, Odd Fellows Home Liberty, MO, Odd Fellows Home Postcard of the Odd Fellows Home, Liberty, MO

17. Same Management, New Ownership Same Management, New Ownership April 26, 2006 List of items concerning the sale of the 30-story Commerce Tower at Ninth and Main streets to the Los Angeles investment firm Hertz Investment Group.

18. The '60s Turn 50 The '60s Turn 50 May 16,2010 Pictures and review of downtown buildings built in the 1960s including the headquarters for the Kansas City School District at 12th and McGee (also former home the Kansas City Public Library from 1960-2004);...

19. The Gateway of Kansas: A Supplement to Harper's Weekly The Gateway of Kansas: A Supplement to Harper's Weekly September/15/1888 Drawing of the old Post Office with two towers and the West Bottoms "packing house district."

20. The Lighter Side of Business The Lighter Side of Business January 2001 Photo, history, and description of "the tall KCTV-5 tower at 125 East 31st St. in Kansas City, Mo."