New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby flyingember » Thu Apr 28, 2016 9:45 am

flyingember wrote:
flyingember wrote:If you ever go up Burlington you've seen the sign for this place
http://www.chickennpickle.com/

In recent weeks the street at the sign has been closed for what looks like replacement water line work. Looks like this project is under way.

Looks like its taking all the empty space along Burlington from 18th Ave to Trojan Press


there's metal framing for the building up now. there's no major setback from Burlington. it will fit in with the existing buildings well


the main building has a roof and it looks like metal studs up for most of the walls
though it's just a brick veneer the building looks like it will fit in well with the rest on the street

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby flyingember » Wed Jun 08, 2016 11:44 am

Chicken and Pickle is coming along. Going to be a good addition to Burlington

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby KCFan » Mon Aug 22, 2016 2:50 pm

Anyone hear any credible rumors about Joe's KC going into the old Bob Evans location in Shoal Creek? I've heard so many Joe's rumors up here - almost all of which have been false so I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much, but man they would dominate Northland barbecue if they put one in.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby cor88b » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:57 am

The only true BBQ rumor is that Q39 is hoping to build a northland location by 2020 off 152.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby northlander152 » Fri Aug 26, 2016 5:17 pm

Starbucks going in at 96th and N Oak Trafficway next to the new Platte Valley Bank.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby mgsports » Sat Aug 27, 2016 9:49 am

http://www.windfieldrealestate.com/properties.htm looks like some properties 100% leased but they aren't the main Owners of property like mdmanagement is for Platte Purchase Place.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby maison rustique » Sat Aug 27, 2016 9:58 am

northlander152 wrote:Starbucks going in at 96th and N Oak Trafficway next to the new Platte Valley Bank.


Not far from there, on opposite side of N. Oak, they are renovating the building that used to be an Italian restaurant (Rosetti's or something like that--closed for a long time). Any idea what is going in there?

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby northlander152 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 5:08 pm

Based on the permits pulled, it looks like a dental office.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby northlander152 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 5:08 pm

maison rustique wrote:
northlander152 wrote:Starbucks going in at 96th and N Oak Trafficway next to the new Platte Valley Bank.


Not far from there, on opposite side of N. Oak, they are renovating the building that used to be an Italian restaurant (Rosetti's or something like that--closed for a long time). Any idea what is going in there?

Based on the permits pulled, it looks like a dental office.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby maison rustique » Mon Aug 29, 2016 7:31 am

northlander152 wrote:
maison rustique wrote:
northlander152 wrote:Starbucks going in at 96th and N Oak Trafficway next to the new Platte Valley Bank.


Not far from there, on opposite side of N. Oak, they are renovating the building that used to be an Italian restaurant (Rosetti's or something like that--closed for a long time). Any idea what is going in there?

Based on the permits pulled, it looks like a dental office.


I knew it was too much to hope for that a decent non-fast food restaurant would go into that area. Sigh.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby rxlexi » Tue Aug 30, 2016 10:04 am

Downtown NKC becoming a nice little mini-destination.

RoKC (indoor climbing gym), Chicken N Pickle (pickleball/entertainment/restaurant), Screenland Armour, Cinder Block, Big Rip, and Calibration breweries, Colony (craft beer and coffee shop) plus all the old hits like Le Monde bakery, Chappels, Smokin Guns, myriad dive bars.

Really nice to see this happening - would love to see additional residential or recreational activities in some of the warehouse space south of Armour.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby earthling » Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:13 am

We hit Screenland a couple times a year and eat before or after in the area. Like what's happening there.

I don't see it happening for a long time but a streetcar going down Armour connecting into downtown KC via Burlington could really escalate NKC to next level. NKC doesn't have the residential tax base to pull that off (under 5K residents) but with the land area being 2/3 commercial and a lot of biz for its size (including casino and large hospital), could biz tax cover streetcar? Imagine a streetcar from Harrah's, passing NKC hospital, improving downtown NKC, biz along Burlington into downtown KCMO. Lots of benefits for everyone living/working/visiting along that line and connection with existing streetcar. The problem is lots of population gaps along that proposed line.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby grovester » Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:40 am

They already passed a tax last time around. Not sure it covered the bridge though.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby flyingember » Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:58 am

A streetcar to Harrah's was killed years ago. The I-35 Armour bridge is too low and they don't think the street can be lowered there.

Interestingly, it's possible if the Chastain plan passes the NKC TDD tax could be used for that routing, as long as it goes to Prospect and Vivion/N. Oak

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby earthling » Tue Aug 30, 2016 12:04 pm

^Ah, good to know.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby mgsports » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:54 pm

It needs to go all over KC area Streetcar or evil Lite Rail.

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Re: New Restaurants/Other Businesses in Northland

Postby flyingember » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:09 am

flyingember wrote:Chicken and Pickle is coming along. Going to be a good addition to Burlington


The pickleball aspect has been open for a while. What appears to be the Chicken part is coming along. It's right at the street, it's the same brick, but it's such a dull building. it's just a flat brick surface.


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