KANSAS CITY, MO. — Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners LLC, in a joint venture with CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC, has acquired a 28-story, 538,741-square-foot office tower in Kansas City. The purchase price was not disclosed. The Class A property, located at 2345 Grand Blvd., includes a parking garage and an adjacent four-story annex building. Architect Mies van der Rohe designed the property, which was developed by Shorenstein Co. in 1977. Anchored by law firm Lathrop Gage, the tower is approximately 73 percent occupied. Lingerfelt plans to make a capital investment in the building with a renovation of the lobby and common areas, as well as a reconfiguration and renovation of the ground-floor retail portion of the annex building. Upgrades are planned for the fitness center, locker room, conference center and tenant lounge. Commonwealth Commercial Partners, the company’s property management affiliate, will handle all aspects of the day-to-day asset and property management. Miles McCune, Jeff Winters and Travis Helgeson of Cushman & Wakefield will handle the leasing and marketing of the building’s available space. The seller was Franklin Street Partners, according to the Kansas City Business Journal.