10 Minutes to Shawnee Mission Medical Center, St.Luke's Plaza, and KU Medical Center
Tranquil, Wooded Setting
Ample Free Parking at the Front Door
Tenant Signage Available, Storage on Site
Great Access to the Entire Metro Area Via I-35 & I-635
Johnson Drive Restaurants and Shops Right Around the Corner
Lower Level Floorplan
Upper Level Floorplan
The Mission Forest Office Building is located approximately 1/2 mile south of the intersection of I-35 and I-635 just off Metcalf , aka US-169 Hwy in Mission, Kansas. Mission is a city in Johnson County, Kansas. The neighborhood is a mature, suburban area that was originally developed in the late 1940’s and continues to see new construction as it is nearly build fully built-out.
Commercial development is generally located along the primary travel corridors like Metcalf, Johnson Drive and Shawnee Mission Parkway. Access is good because of interstates and highways on the north and west sides with several interior access routes.
The property was developed in 1978 in vintage bi-level styled office building. The main building has 2 floor plates of 6,812 square feet for a total of 13,642 square feet with detached garage that is rented and its inclusion results in 15,190 square feet gross building area. The net usable area is all rentable and common area spaces used by tenants and total 14,087 square feet.
The building is uniquely constructed with “Dryvit Outsulation” (8’ concrete block substrate with an additional 4’ of expanded plystyrene board), themopane windows, and an innovative ‘no-furnace’ design which reduced heating and cooling costs. Within the building, temperatures within 50 separate zones are controlled with an electrical DX variable volume system using individual “accustat” thermostats on the walls and damper motors in the ducts.
Heating is provided by the lighting, air circulation and insulation. The building does not use a separate gas or electric-fired furnace. Cooling is provided by 3 ten-ton condensing units that were replaced in 2012 by Environmental Mechanical Service.
A new “Building Logix” stand alone JACE Control System for the air handling unit (AHU) controls was installed in 2012 which replced the AHU control relays for fans and condensers with DDC relays and temperature sensors which allows for of-site user interface. By accessing a dedicated website, a user can monitor, program and control the temperature in the building.
Renowned HVAC Consulting Engineers Helmer & Medved PE designed the system and oversaw its construction and maintenance. They have remained tenants of the building since its construction, providing copies of the blueprints including electrical and mechanical design drawings for the building.
All leases are full service leases whereby the landlord provides water, sewer, trash, air conditioning, and janitorial.
Jim Hogan joined Curry Real Estate Services in 1972 and currently serves as vice president in the commercial division. In this position, Hogan is responsible for management of properties throughout the metropolitan area and provides brokerage services, property use analysis,