City Center Square is a Skyscraper in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri, USA, built by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, in Spring of 1977. It consumes the entire block of 11th Street to 12th Street, and from Main Street, to Baltimore Street. It is 30-stories tall, and uses a reinforced concrete structure evident by the look of the exterior. It is the tenth tallest habitable structure in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, and the fifteenth tallest habitable structure in Missouri at 404 feet (123 m).
City Center Square is not only a business office, but also a hotspot for food, and retail in the Downtown area. The fact that the building is tall and stands out, the bottom floors "layer" from large to small , adding to the uniqueness of the building. Food services includes Starbucks , Subway, Curry In A Hurry, Great Steak & Potato, Time Out Deli, Wrap it Up-Tex Mex, , KOKO Teriyaki, Men's Locker Room, and a Jason's Deli. There is also a Post office on the second floor and a Private Investigator, Sentinel on the First Floor. Also included for convenience is a fitness center and a Conference room. The building is in the lease up mode with having over 99,000 sq ft (9,200 m2) in new, renewed or expanded leases in 2008.