at , Kansas City , 64105 United States
The Library District is an officially designated neighborhood in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri, United States, roughly bounded by 9th and 11th Streets on the north and south and Main Street and Broadway on the east and west. The District contains several buildings individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the West Ninth Street-Baltimore Avenue Historic District, also listed on the National Register. It also contains other notable structures not listed on the National Register.History of the Library DistrictOriginally developed as a commercial and entertainment area in the 1880s, the Library District took its new name in 2003 in connection with the move of the Kansas City Public Library's Central Branch to the former headquarters of the First National Bank of Kansas City, presently the Central Library. At the same time, many commercial office buildings nearby were converted to loft apartment residences and the City of Kansas City initiated major streetscape improvements within the district. Together, these changes established a distinctive character for the neighborhood.Distinctive featuresThe Library District has a walking tour guide available through the Kansas City Public Library's website. The walking tour guide begins at the steps of the Library's public garage on 10th Street, between Wyandotte Street and Baltimore Avenue.Library district buildings on the National Register of Historic Places Central Library (First National Bank Building, 1880) Bunker Building (1881) Old New England Building (1887-88) New York Life Building (1888) Savoy Hotel and Grill (1888) Graphic Arts Building (1917) Land Bank Building (1923-24)
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Library District is Kansas City based place and this enity listed in Neighborhood category. 64105.