Northland developer and builder Andy Homoly,
has put a unique spin on his newest development.
According to Homoly, an 11,140 square-foot building,
located on the southwest corner of Hwy. 92 and
Kentucky Ave. in Platte City, will resemble a
Stealth Bomber upon its completion.
I was looking for a design that would fit
the shape of the lot, said Homoly. With
the lot being a triangular shape, the Stealth
fighter idea just kind of evolved.
Homoly explained that the building "will
be symbolic to that of a Stealth fighter.
The building will feature a cockpit section,
exhaust portholes, and pilot windows. The exterior
will feature a black roof, the building will be
an aircraft steel gray color, there will be aircraft
aluminum gray storefront window frames, and blue
tinted glass will be used.
All the parts that will go into the making
of the building will give the look and feel of
the Stealth fighter, stated Homoly.
Homoly said a special tribute will be added to
the building. The building will feature a special
island in front of the building with a large flag
flying above the site. Homoly also stated there
will be a plaque dedicated to the men and women
of Whiteman Air Force Base, located in Knob Noster,
Mo. Whiteman Air Force Base is the home of the
The main anchor of the new building, Platte County
Title, will be joined by Blockbuster Video and
ReMax Homes Center. Around 1,200 square-feet of
pad site space is still available in the new facility.
Homoly, developer of the building, is also overseeing
the construction of the site.
If you were in a plane looking down at
the building it would look exactly like the Stealth
fighter, said Homoly. The shape of
the roof line is what creates the appearance.