This photo belongs to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
3. The Kansas City Power and Light Building - This historic Kansas City landmark was completed in 1931. It was Missouri's tallest building, standing at 36 stories tall, for 35 years. According to building's Wikipedia page, the original design by architect Hoit, Price and Barnes included a twin building to be built on the west side of the original building, but that plan was abandoned after the Great Depression. Because of this, the west side of the building actually has no windows! This fixture on our city's skyline is a classic example of the art deco style architecture popular in the mid 20th century. Today, this building is the focal point of the new Kansas City Power and Light District located in downtown Kansas City.
The Kansas City Power and Light Building