Re: 18th and Vine
Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:13 pm
Its still a shame this project never came to fruition. They'd be a lot closer connecting to Vine if it had.
Presumably that building is still for sale. It's occupied by the owner right now, as it was during the Foutch proposal.kboish wrote:Its still a shame this project never came to fruition. They'd be a lot closer connecting to Vine if it had.
Expect big things for this site:grovester wrote:https://cityscenekc.com/three-downtown- ... candidate/
The KCTA site near 18th/Vine is intriguing. Lot's of young musicians frequent MMF.
https://cityscenekc.com/developers-revi ... -district/Right now, two of the city’s oldest buildings near the 18th and Vine Jazz District look the part, limestone ruins straight out of Medieval Europe.
But Jason Parson, Tim Duggan and Shomari Benton have big plans for redeveloping the former City Water and Street Department buildings at 2000 Vine. Both were built in 1866, making them more than 150 years old, and have been empty since 1994.
“They were the first two public works buildings in Kansas City history,” Duggan said. “These shells were built like tanks.”