The University of Kansas Health System has purchased a former federal office building in downtown Kansas City, Kan., and plans to transform it into a 47-bed inpatient mental health facility. The 220,000-square foot building used to house employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, but has been vacant for about five years.
The University of Kansas Health System has purchased a former federal office building in downtown Kansas City, Kan., and plans to transform it into a 47-bed inpatient mental health facility. The 220,000-square foot building used to house employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, but has been vacant for about five years. File photo
The University of Kansas Health System has purchased a former federal office building in downtown Kansas City, Kan., and plans to transform it into a 47-bed inpatient mental health facility. The 220,000-square foot building used to house employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, but has been vacant for about five years. File photo

KU Health plans mental health facility at former EPA building in downtown KCK

March 21, 2018 04:28 PM