ABOUT SUBTROPOLIS TECHNOLOGY CENTER
STC is owned by Hunt Midwest, a company owned by the Lamar Hunt family — owners of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Hunt Midwest has developed SubTropolis, the world’s largest underground business complex, since the 1960s when Ford, Pillsbury and Russell Stover became our first tenants. SubTropolis has grown to over 7.3M square feet of space (with 6.7M more available for expansion) and is home to more than 55 e-commerce, animal health, pharmaceutical, automotive and distribution companies that employ in excess of 2,000 people.
Hunt Midwest has long been a leader in industrial, commercial, retail, multifamily, seniors housing and residential real estate development. The development skills and expertise learned over the last 60+ years helped us design and build the ideal purpose-built data center campus for colocation, enterprise, wholesale and government users looking to take advantage of STC’s power, connectivity, scalability and protection.
ABOUT HUNT MIDWEST
Hunt Midwest is a Kansas City-based, privately held real estate development company with six decades of expertise in industrial, self-storage, residential, multifamily, and senior living communities, with more than $2 billion of developed projects in multiple geographic markets. Hunt Midwest leverages its reputation, resources, and relationships to create successful real estate solutions.
Hunt Midwest is one of the pillars of the Lamar Hunt Family’s holdings, which include interests in real estate, sports/entertainment, energy/natural resources, and private equity. Other marquee brands include the Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bulls, FC Dallas, Hunt Southwest, and Trinity Hunt.
The World’s Largest Underground Business Complex.®
SubTropolis was created through the mining of a 270-million-year-old limestone deposit. In the mining process, limestone is removed by the room and pillar method, leaving 25-foot square pillars that are on 65-foot centers and 40 feet apart.