Twincreeks updated site plan

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http://www.mdmgt.com/media/2489/village ... 4-2019.pdf Office,couple of Hotels,Entertainment and so on.

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Minutes away from Kansas City International Airport and Downtown Kansas CIty
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http://twincreekscenter.com/home/ Another Furniture Deals in area,Trampoline Park,Reece and Nichols Real Estate among new annouced.

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https://www.lane4group.com/wp-content/u ... Creeks.pdf 3 more Lease Pending and a Pad Site under contract.

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In latest Site Plan Five Below and Mainstreet Credit Union.

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http://www.mdmgt.com/retail/twin-creeks-village/ says opening in 2021 but nothing announced for other parts yet meaning Commercial but would say maybe Whataburger or so on look at it.

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Wish these suburban dollars flew downtown.

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normalthings wrote:
Fri Aug 14, 2020 10:45 pm
Wish these suburban dollars flew downtown.
The upside is the developments in the Northland are mostly all within 15 miles of downtown. Versus the Johnson County developments which are an hour from downtown and cater mostly to people who work in Johnson County thus promoting even less jobs and businesses wanting to be based out of downtown.

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I agree that developments like this can benefit downtown residents. I know a lot of people journey into NKC to take advantage of some of the breweries and places to eat there. These types of developments have lagged behind in the Northland, compared to JOCO & such. But I think the silver lining is an already established infrastructure & great schools in the Northland.

As more businesses decide to locate to downtown and crossroads areas I think there will be great opportunity for the Northland to be a location for these people to live and be close to work. Plus getting anywhere in the city from up North is very easy, as the access to all the highways & interstates and almost shamefully easy. Plus I think there are some of the best opportunities for a commuter rail systems to go from up North to downtown, with the ability to have at least 2 hub rail stations with park & ride facilities (Up around Barry Rd & I29 & again further South in NKC area).

But a lot depends on our civic leaders pushing the brand and getting companies to come to KC, as well as provide the environment for new businesses to flourish

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SWFan wrote:
Thu Sep 10, 2020 10:25 am
normalthings wrote:
Fri Aug 14, 2020 10:45 pm
Wish these suburban dollars flew downtown.
The upside is the developments in the Northland are mostly all within 15 miles of downtown. Versus the Johnson County developments which are an hour from downtown and cater mostly to people who work in Johnson County thus promoting even less jobs and businesses wanting to be based out of downtown.
While I’m definitely opposed to greenfield, low rise development, in what universe is any JOCO development an hour from downtown?! At most it’s 35-40 mins to the edge of JOCO’s major greenfield developments, bluhawk is only going to be 25 mins with regular traffic.
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Anthony_Hugo98 wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:11 am
While I’m definitely opposed to greenfield, low rise development, in what universe is any JOCO development an hour from downtown?! At most it’s 35-40 mins to the edge of JOCO’s major greenfield developments, bluhawk is only going to be 25 mins with regular traffic.
At peak commuting time, absolutely.

I drove from NKC to about 95th and Antioch for six months. It's a minimum of 30 minutes. It's about the same taking Metcalf or I-35 to 635

I wouldn't consider anywhere near bluhawk, that's over an hour.

I drove around for that job, it was easily 15 minutes to 119th and Metcalf from 95th and Antioch

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An hour from downtown gets you to Topeka, KS!

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fry's new and 4B lease pending and is small space

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SWFan wrote:
Thu Sep 10, 2020 10:25 am
normalthings wrote:
Fri Aug 14, 2020 10:45 pm
Wish these suburban dollars flew downtown.
The upside is the developments in the Northland are mostly all within 15 miles of downtown. Versus the Johnson County developments which are an hour from downtown and cater mostly to people who work in Johnson County thus promoting even less jobs and businesses wanting to be based out of downtown.

Most of the developers between 119th-135th street are >30 minutes from downtown. I lived down there last year and it’s a quick drive. Even BluHawk is only 26 minutes and the Great Mall is 27 minutes. People over exaggerate JoCo by a ton while not batting an eye at new developments in LS, Blue Springs, or Belton, most of which are a few miles further from downtown than the Legends is. BTW, legends is closer to downtown than Adams Dairy Landing and Summit Fair.
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Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:31 am
An hour from downtown gets you to Topeka, KS!
Correct. I drove from 135th-downtown all the time last year. Before they tore up I-35, it was a pretty quick drive. Right now it takes about half an hour to get from Mission to BVW, But that’s because 35 is torn up from Johnson almost all the way to US 69

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I've lived at 169 & 152 in the Northland as well as 135th & Pflumm in JoCo. Getting to/from the city from out south is soul crushing compared to the Northland drive. It's double the distance (although not always double the drive time), and IMO driving in outer Johnson County just plain sucks. It really is a disproportionally exhausting drive for a city of our size. Plus, the southern frontier of the city just keeps marching outward, whereas there's plenty of infill happening in the sparser Northland. Growing up in the Northland, a drive downtown was a relatively easy 15 minute affair. Living in Olathe, I resisted going into KC at all costs. Moving closer to the city center was one of the best decisions I've made.

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bchociej wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 10:50 am
Getting to/from the city from out south is soul crushing compared to the Northland drive.
The single worst section of road of any commute I''ve done was I-35 NB between US 69 and 75th St. That one small portion was 1/3 to 1/2 my commute some days. Sometimes it was a <25mph road.

Burlington is a huge pain and it moves faster than that part of I-35 at peak use.


It's a great example of how widenings increase traffic because the extra cars just found a new problem spot.

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