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Hyde Park has started a committee to voice concerns about the MAC development at Armour. Led by Central Hyde Parkers and Janssen Place residents. Focused on restricting the height of the development and maximizing the parking. Someone at these neighborhood and council meetings needs to explain that...
It is amazing how fast they rebuilt cities like Berlin, Frankfurt, and Dresden after WWII, and how much investment was required. They were devastated and in 40 years were rebuilt. It took almost 10 years to clear the rubble alone. Forty years ago was 1978, and KC has blocks all over our central city...
Then please describe the very public efforts they made, and provide the examples (media clips, newspaper articles, press releases, public statements), because I'm just not seeing it. Hi, good morning. I never said it was a very public effort. However, I do know they put out an RFP for relocation an...
I've been reading a lot of articles recently about how great Slovenia is. If I were going to Europe, I'd consider a visit there. I've read that Croatia is being over-run with tourists, and the government is considering, or has, started to limit the number of visitors to the old part of Dubrovnik; as...
We have plenty of places to put shorter buildings in KC. In a luxury downtown high-rise, the selling point is the view. People want high floor apartments with views. Otherwise, what is the point of paying a premium for a downtown apartment? It's really stupid to invest millions in P&L, and not p...
- Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:49 am
- Forum: Downtown
- Topic: OFFICIAL: Port Authority Riverfront Project
- Replies: 555
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New photo of Union from above.
When you are seeking to find someone willing to undertake the move expense and effort--and since historic houses are involved, a public publicity effort is very much called for. These were not houses that had sat empty for years in neglect. People had recently lived in them. Sure, I'm told they need...
- Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:22 pm
- Forum: Downtown
- Topic: Fixing KC's lack of downtown parking?
- Replies: 20
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How or why does this crap even make the news? You get a bunch of people in suburbs watching this and the most likely reaction is gonna be "Well I'm never going downtown again, won't be able to park" You make a very good point. Journalism needs feedback. When you see dumb-ass stories like ...
Then please describe the very public efforts they made, and provide the examples (media clips, newspaper articles, press releases, public statements), because I'm just not seeing it.
Three Victorian houses on the 2500 block of Cherry (south of the dental school) are being demolished. They are owned by the Ronald McDonald House organization. https://i.imgur.com/kFtJAXh.jpg Google Streetview of the houses being demolished. https://tinyurl.com/y92wqzgg Link to photos showing disma...
I also know that RMC worked very hard to try to relocate the houses and that dismantling them was a last resort. Smh, prove it that they worked hard at relocating those houses. I want some hard evidence and not hearsay. I don't recall seeing anything in the newspaper, or on local TV stations about ...
The link below has a video showing work being done on the exterior of the Boone Theater on the SE corner of E. 18th and Highland. Towards the end of the video there is footage of the interior of the building. I didn't realize the roof was in such bad shape. It's not so apparent from the outside, but...
Yes, similar conclusions were discussed on MSNBC's Morning Joe program about the death of the tea party--at least on the national level. I think there is still influence though in many state legislatures.
Three Victorian houses on the 2500 block of Cherry (south of the dental school) are being demolished. They are owned by the Ronald McDonald House organization. https://i.imgur.com/kFtJAXh.jpg Google Streetview of the houses being demolished. https://tinyurl.com/y92wqzgg Link to photos showing disman...
909 Walnut for sale. Historic Downtown Skyscraper for Sale, Missouri’s Tallest Residential Tower The 909 Walnut building, the iconic, bunny-eared skyscraper that jumpstarted the 21st Century revival of the downtown housing market, is up for sale, asking price $49 million. ... Now the building’s apar...
- Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:02 pm
- Forum: Kansas Suburbs
- Topic: Proctor & Gamble will close KCK plant
- Replies: 7
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Procter & Gamble to close KCK plant
- Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:46 pm
- Forum: Urban Core
- Topic: Plaza move-ins (ongoing)
- Replies: 3249
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Shake Shack is coming to Kansas City