The UMB building at I-435 and State Line was constructed in 1979. It will be demolished in the fall. Photo by Kady Weddle

Public rezoning meeting for former UMB property

Center Planning and Development Council will hold an in-person meeting on Tuesday, July 27, at 7 pm for the public to discuss the proposal for a development plan for the northeast corner of State Line Rd and Carondelet Rd.  The meeting will be held at the Trailside Center, 99th and Holmes Rd. 

VanTrust submitted plans to the city on May 17 for the new construction at site. UMB will retain a one-acre corner for its bank. The rest of the property will be a four-story, 105,289-square-foot office building and a 293-space parking garage.

Representatives from Gastinger Walker, HOK, VanTrust and UMB will discuss the proposal which involves a rezoning from B2-2 to B2-4 to allow redevelopment for financial services and office uses on about 4,398 acres.  The project will demolish UMB’s existing building and create a new smaller branch bank at the southwest corner of the property.  The remaining property is currently shown as an office building and a structured parking garage. It is anticipated that this case will go to the City Plan Commission on August 17th.

For more information, contact Carole Winterowd at  816-444-1717 or email


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