The former Federal Reserve Bank building of Kansas City will hit the auction block Monday.
The 21-story limestone structure, at 925 Grand Boulevard, holds a special place in the ity's history and it will be sold to the highest bidder at the Jackson County Courthouse.
After the Federal Reserve Bank system was created in 1913, Kansas City managed to get one of only 12 regional banks.
It was designed in 1921 by a Chicago firm that designed many of the Windy City’s famous buildings.
In June of 2008, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City moved to its new headquarters at 28th and Main streets.
Missouri is the only state with two Federal Reserve Bank locations.
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