New Longview Mansion

Historic Preservation, Historic Tax Credits

wide-angle exterior of completed longview mansion development project with fountain and bushes

After several years working with the City of Lee’s Summit and residents of the New Longview area, Sunflower Development Group undertook a historic rehabilitation of the 102-year-old house, addressing many of the structural, roof, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing issues that have plagued the Mansion for years, as well as giving the entire property a gentle facelift.

Work began in early 2018 to reestablish the Longview Mansion as a premier event venue in the Kansas City area.  The rehabilitation was completed in Fall of 2018.  Rau Construction Company, an Overland Park-based general contractor, and Rosemann & Associates, PC, a Kansas City-based architecture and design firm, led the rehabilitation efforts for Sunflower Development Group.

luscious green outdoor shrubbery and gazebo on the property of the longview mansion
longview mansion in the distance with green trees and a winding paved road

To tour the property and inquire about future bookings in the fully rehabilitated Longview Mansion, please email Heather Brewster at today!

Interior of completed longview mansion historical preservation project's stairway and fireplace
floral couches and large windows inside the completed longview mansion redevelopment project
longview mansion living area with couches, lamps and a coffee table
$3.8 million

Total Project Cost

Historic Tax Credits

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