Old Parkland provides its tenants with a compliment of amenities, from meeting spaces to athletic facilities to convenience services. These include large, fully equipped conference rooms, a squash court, basketball court and fitness center as well as an on-site barbershop, massage room and ATM. Laundry and shoe pick up/delivery are also available as well as a full array of Concierge Services.
In addition to the services on Campus, new amenities are being developed along Maple Avenue. The new Maple Avenue District offers additional dining options, for campus and the public, in a beautifully landscaped environment. The Maple Avenue District offers elevated dining concepts with the opening of 18th & Vine, St Louis BBQ and Blues, and Sprezza, an authentic Roman Tavern.
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Maple Avenue District
In addition to the dining facilities on Campus, Old Parkland has extended to the neighborhood surrounding Old Parkland. 18th & Vine is located within one block of Old Parkland on Maple Avenue, expanding the new life and energy of the community.
18th & Vine –
18th & Vine, opened in fall 2015 by Matt and Kimi Dallman and Scott Gottlich, features authentic, Kansas City-style barbeque in an upscale venue. With traditional menu fare and craft cocktails, the restaurant serves lunch and dinner. 18th & Vine also features The Roost, an additional bar and live music venue located upstairs, complete with Happy Hour specials.
Announcing The Campanile:
The Old Parkland campus is a place in the truest sense of the word. What gives the campus its unique atmosphere is the way each individual element intermingles, how they occupy their physical space and contribute to a greater whole. After years of thought and planning, it is with the greater whole in mind that we are excited to announce an architectural addition to campus. The Campanile will complete the campus environment while also having a distinctive character of its own. This campus provides a constant reminder of the past, alongside a persistent vision for the future. The bell tower, which was designed by English architect Craig Hamilton, will be a continuation of this theme. It will be adorned with sculpture, details, and quotations that will honor the expressions of opportunity, as opportunity is the story of America.
The tower is approximately 220’ tall, situated adjacent to the Nurses Quarters and features a natural stone and brick façade, large scale sculptures by renowned sculptor Alexander Stoddart, a large decorative clock on all four sides, a custom 13.5 ton, 9’ diameter single bell, and a copper dome with a gilded bronze spire crowning the top.