Beneath busy boulevards and layers of limestone, business is booming in the underground.

From automotive assembly to government records storage and high tech data centers, excavated limestone caves make up 10 percent of the area's industrial space.

A cave in the Northland known as SubTropolis leads the way.

Developed by the Kansas City Chiefs founders Lamar Hunt in the 1960s near Worlds of Fun, SubTropolis is the world's largest underground business complex, more than 55 million square feet of space, or about 2 square miles.

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SubTropolis

SubTropolis

Hunt Midwest SubTropolis, the world's largest underground business complex, offers energy-efficient industrial space for warehousing, distribution, data/record storage, light assembly and more.

SubTropolis tenants enjoy these benefits:

• Low lease…


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Hunt Midwest SubTropolis, the world's largest underground business complex, offers energy-efficient industrial space for warehousing, distribution, data/record storage, light assembly and more.

SubTropolis tenants enjoy these benefits:

• Low lease rates - you save 30 to 50%
• Low utility costs - you save 50 to 70%
• Constant temperature and humidity levels
• Maximum flexibility for expansion/seasonal surge
• On-site services
• Sustainability

Go to: SubTropolis.com to learn more.

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