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KCModern Survey

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KCModern Survey

The Kansas City modern architecture survey is underway!

Get Involved

Take a Mentimeter poll! Links to various polls are below. Use a heart for best, thumbs up for good and thumbs down for not good examples of modern architecture.

You can also join the KCMO Historic Preservation mailing list to receive new poll notifications by email, or follow us on Instagram and Twitter for occasional updates.

Mentimeter Polls

What’s the purpose of the KCModern Survey?

  • Perform a citywide photographic survey of non-single family buildings built from 1945 to 1979 – Completed
  • Gather information on building date, architects, builders, developers from that period – In Progress
  • Poll residents to determine best examples of Modern Architecture in Kansas City – In Progress
  • Determine the types of Modern Architecture styles that are present in Kansas City – In Progress
  • Highlight the best examples of Modern Architecture in Kansas City
  • Make recommendations for further study, survey and nomination to the National Register of Historic Places

Past Presentations

Stay in Touch

  • Sign up for public outreach meeting notices on your phone through AlertKC. Prefer email alerts? Sign up to get City Planning and Development Department notices sent to your email.
  • Follow @KCMOPlanning on Twitter for updates.

For more information contact the following City Planning Department staff:

St. Mark Union Church
St. Mark Union Church, Mantel & Steele, 1967, 1101 Euclid Ave.
Suburban Bank of Kansas City
Suburban Bank of Kansas City, Waddington-Coombs & Associates, 1965, 6909 Prospect Ave.
Kansas City International Bank and Trust Co.
Kansas City International Bank and Trust Co., (Architect Unknown), 1973, 8800 NW 112th St.
Elevations of the State Office Building
Elevations of the State Office Building at 615 E. 13th St. by Kivett & Myers, Architects