• Welcome to Historic Kansas City

    Welcome

    Historic Kansas City (HKC) is hosting a fall fundraising event with a fun afternoon of Golf Croquet on Sunday, September 17th, 2017. It will take place at the Nicol House (1964), a home designed by Bruce Goff, a world renowned modern architect that was featured in the New York Times Great Homes & Destinations.

    Frank Lloyd Wright was quoted as saying Goff was one of the few US architects whom he considers creative!

    Come to the GOLF AT THE GOFF PARTY!  Click here for Tickets!

    Get your team together, come grab a cocktail, and check out this groovy scene. Tickets options will include the following:

    • Access to the house
    • Option of playing in the golf croquet tournament*
    • Free drinks & cocktails
    • Appetizers
    • Prizes
    • VIP Exclusive cocktail hour before the event (3:00-4:00 PM) with the current owner and an in-depth look into the house’s unique features (Limited numbers).

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Upcoming Event in Your Area

    Pendleton Heights Walking Tour

    Take a stroll through Pendleton Heights and back in time to Kansas City’s “first suburb”.  Located just a mile-and-a-half east of the city market, Pendleton Heights became THE fashionable early suburb in the 1880s… read more

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  • Projects in the Kansas City Community

    St. John The Divine

    Historic Kansas City is engaged with community partners and Wyandotte County officials to try to save St. John the Divine in Kansas City Kansas. Originally built in 1887 but remodeled in 1909, this brick… read more

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  • I'm a Preservationist

    THEODORE SELIGSON, FAIA

    Architect, Professor of Architecture at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

    Theodore “Ted” Seligson has committed his career to advancing architectural practice, education, and preservation. After earning his degree from Washington University, Seligson joined Kivett& Myers Architects in Kansas City. During his tenure, he became…

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Welcome

Historic Kansas City (HKC) is hosting a fall fundraising event with a fun afternoon of Golf Croquet on Sunday, September 17th, 2017. It will take place at the Nicol House (1964), a home designed by Bruce Goff, a world renowned modern architect that was featured in the New York Times Great Homes & Destinations.

Frank Lloyd Wright was quoted as saying Goff was one of the few US architects whom he considers creative!

Come to the GOLF AT THE GOFF PARTY!  Click here for Tickets!

Get your team together, come grab a cocktail, and check out this groovy scene. Tickets options will include the following:

  • Access to the house
  • Option of playing in the golf croquet tournament*
  • Free drinks & cocktails
  • Appetizers
  • Prizes
  • VIP Exclusive cocktail hour before the event (3:00-4:00 PM) with the current owner and an in-depth look into the house’s unique features (Limited numbers).

 

 

 

 

 

Read More Historic Kansas City »

Pendleton Heights Walking Tour ...

Take a stroll through Pendleton Heights and back in time to Kansas City’s “first suburb”.  Located just a mile-and-a-half east of the city market, Pendleton Heights became THE fashionable early suburb in the 1880s… read more

View the Calendar »

Film Row

Historic Kansas City is working with UMKC’s Department of Architecture, Urban Planning + Design, the Crossroads Community Association as well as property owners and neighborhood stakeholders on a preservation protection strategy for historic Film… read more

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DALE FROMMELT

Designer, Dale Frommelt Furniture Design

Dale is originally from Dubuque Iowa and moved to Kansas City to attend the Kansas City Art Institute. He is the owner of Dale Frommelt Furniture Design in the Crossroads Arts District and has…

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