Industrious Country Club Plaza puts you in the center of Kansas City’s historic Country Club Plaza — built in 1922 as the first shopping center designed for people to arrive by car. The Plaza’s Moorish-style architecture and bevy of shops and restaurants lie along Bush Creek and within walking distance to some of the city’s most storied cultural gems, including the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Inside, the location is filled with natural light, lush greenery, and comfortable contemporary furnishings.
Members can head to the kitchen for complimentary craft coffee and teas as well as a daily breakfast and afternoon snack.
Casual seating areas are arranged along the hallway, making the most of the building’s French windows.
Private, soundproof phone booths allow team members to take calls without disturbing their colleagues.
There are a number of conference rooms designed for meetings of different sizes.
Informal huddle rooms are perfect for brainstorms and discussions with small groups.
Offices come fully-furnished with desks and Herman Miller chairs.