What is SubTropolis?
WHAT OUR TENANTS ARE SAYING...
“We looked at SubTropolis because of reduced rent cost and very controlled utility costs with no expense during the winter months to heat our building as well as very low costs during the summer months to control humidity and maintain a cool climate.” – Gina Danner, CEO of Mail Print
HUNT MIDWEST IN THE NEWS [MORE]
Inside SubTropolis: LightEdge Opens Data Center in Underground Complex (April 18, 2014)
Gov. Nixon helps celebrate expansion of high-tech firm in Kansas City’s SubTropolis business complex (April 16, 2014)
LightEdge's opening is the start of something big at SubTropolis (April 16, 2014)
A look inside LightEdge's data center at SubTropolis (April 16, 2014)
Hunt Midwest's Mike Bell discusses LightEdge Solutions, SubTropolis Technology Center and Automotive Alley with Krista Klaus (January 10, 2014)
CNNMoney.com - Green business goes deep (June 10, 2010)
SubTropolis, The World's Largest Underground Business Complex.™
Over 5,000,000 SF of Industrial SPACE FOR LEASE. Ford PSW-Approved space adjacent to Ford's Claycomo plant and energy-efficient space that's first-stop/last-stop for FedEx and UPS. Location, location, location.
Move to SubTropolis and enjoy these standard benefits:
- Low lease rates — 30-50% less than above ground facilities
- Low utility costs — 50-70% savings in total energy costs
- Constant temperature and humidity levels — protect your products and make your employees more productive
- Maximum flexibility — for expansion and seasonal surges
- On-site services — management, maintenance and 24/7 security so you can run your business, not your building
- Sustainability — you're more sustainable without the upfront costs (Check out our green statement.)
SubTropolis is an ENERGY STAR certified warehouse facility. Click here for more information.
Get the SubTropolis brochure here: PDF | Digital Edition. The World's Largest Green Roof.℠
KC Business Journal | Ford, GM suppliers park themselves in SubTropolis - Auto-related companies find homes underground (April 20, 2012)
CNNMoney.com | Green business goes deep - A former limestone mine is converted to a business park offering significant energy savings and other green perks for tenants. (June 10, 2010)
What does a typical SubTropolis building look like? Take our 360° x 360° virtual tour to find out. Here is a typical 100,000 SF building flyer.
For more information, check out this SubTropolis Benefits flyer. You can also check out these industry-specific SubTropolis Benefits flyers:
Warehousing & Distribution | Record Storage | Light Assembly | Wine & Spirits