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a bold vision

The vision for the Aspiria campus is driven forward with community as the focal point. New developments are underway on campus that will further enhance the “community within a community” that has formed on campus.


A new look and expansion with a new development are all part of creating the ultimate live-work-play community in the Heartland!

A New Look

Change is coming to the existing 20-building campus. The existing brick facade will be replaced with modern, floor-to-ceiling glass to let in natural light and allow for exceptional views of the campus. This presents new opportunities for businesses to enter a contemporary space without the price tag of a newly constructed building and on a much faster timeline.

New Development

Aspiria is expanding, and the adjacent 60 acres of land is already under development. The new development at Aspiria offers ultimate flexibility of customization opportunities for businesses to attract employees, customers and residents.

There are also plans to build a 430-unit residential apartment complex and additional retail options.

  • 500k+ SF of Class A Office Space
  • 268k+ SF of Restaurant/Retail Space
  • 430 Apartments

Indoor Go Kart & Gaming Facility

Orlando-based Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, named after race car driver Mario Andretti, intends to create a 103,430 SF go-karting and game complex at the northwest corner of 117th St. and Nall Ave. The facility will include a laser tag arena, bowling alley, multi-level indoor go-kart track, restaurant, and an arcade.

The restaurant will be available for when patrons need a break, and they will be able to visit the space’s food and beverage areas that feature a full bar and food menu that incldues burgers, wings, pizza, and nachos.

Andretti’s will be a big draw for on-campus tenants who want to do team-building activities at the facility, and the location also offers convenient access for surrounding businesses and neighborhoods.

Additional Future Developments

We’re just getting warmed up. To help campus tenants and employees get around campus, plans are in the works to add a boardwalk around the surrounding lakes as well as to create a campus transit system.

You could have somebody that lives on the Aspiria campus walk down, go to work, and then utilize transit options to get to the restaurants or fitness center. We’re creating a true live-work-play environment, and it’s going to be a very cool amenity and feature for Overland Park

Chad StaffordPresident, Occidental Management