A new high-end apartment and townhouse project years in the making is officially open at Mission Farms in Leawood — and people interested in checking out the community will have a chance this Wednesday.
Tucked on the east end of the Mission Farms shops, Mission 106 features 132 apartments overlooking a courtyard with a pool at its center. The community also has seven townhouses, which line the Mission Farms pond. Community Manager Faith Morasch said the developer, EPC Real Estate Group, worked hard to create a luxurious project that offered a variety of options to tenants. The small community features living spaces with 22 different floor plans.
“It’s not a cookie-cutter community,” Morasch said. “Our demographic really appreciates that.”
Morasch said the community was geared toward long term occupants and particularly people who might be looking to downsize from home ownership and live a maintenance-free lifestyle. Leasing an apartment or townhouse in the community grants residents access to a number of services, including valet dry cleaning and grocery delivery, an on-site personal trainer and massage service, and a car service that will take residents to six locations free of charge (though residents are asked to tip their driver). Residents can also order room service from Rye, which sits just across the parking lot from the apartments.
Mission 106 is not affiliated with the condominiums that were built as part of the first phase of Mission Farms. Mission 106 will have a ribbon cutting hosted by the Leawood Chamber of Commerce this Wednesday, August 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. The event will feature cocktails and appetizers as well as tours of the apartments.