The St. Louis developer eyeing apartments in place of a former Faultless Healthcare Linen industrial building in the Crossroads Arts District simultaneously is advancing a proposal for the historic Katz Drug Store building in Kansas City.

Lux Living submitted a plan Tuesday to city staff for Katz on Main, a six-story multifamily addition behind the vacant building at 3948 Main St., featuring 192 apartments above a 175-space parking garage as well as apartment amenities and offices within the former Katz Drug building and a rooftop pool.

The vacant building originally was constructed in 1934 as the first Katz Drug Store location outside the city’s central business district, with art deco influences from architect Clarence Kivett incorporated into its iconic clock tower. It later was listed on the Kansas City Register of Historic Places.

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