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The Kansas City Council Has Approved A $23 Million Proposal To Revitalize A Derelict Block In The 18th And Vine Neighborhood

Along the 1800 block of Vine, the development plan calls for multifamily residences and commercial retail space. The Kansas City Council has authorized a plan to turn the 1800 block of Vine Street, which is currently home to a number of crumbling and derelict structures, into a $23 million residential and commercial complex in the …

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The Kansas City City Council Has Decided To Eliminate Tax Incentives For Midtown Apartments In Favor Of Investing In Affordable Housing

Several City Council members suggested that instead of setting aside $10.5 million for a MAC Properties development on Armour and Main, the money would be better spent in the city’s Housing Trust Fund. The Kansas City Council decided Thursday to scrap a $10.5 million tax incentive package for a proposed MAC Properties development in Midtown …

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The Chamber’s New ‘superstars’ List Provides Visibility To More Than 2,000 Kc Small Businesses

While shoveling snow in his coffee shop’s parking lot on Friday, TJ Roberts took time to express his delight at being named a Small Business Superstar on social media. “I’m overjoyed,” Roberts said. He expressed his delight at the Kinship Cafe being recognized by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. “I’ve sacrificed so much …

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Main Street Merchants Are Hoping That By 2022, Their Streetcar Construction Worries Will Be Over

Sewer upgrades, as well as actual work on the KC Streetcar expansion, are just getting started after a year of water and utility work on Main Street. However, several firms are still dealing with traffic delays and a lack of parking, despite the fact that they have years of work ahead of them. Darren Matheson …

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In Kansas City, How Does Economic Development Take Place?

The Beacon explains how projects in Kansas City get approved and built. The premium apartment tower Three Light, now under construction in downtown, is approaching its projected height of 26 floors. In midtown, new apartment buildings have grown up along Broadway Boulevard. The Kansas City International Airport’s new terminal is taking shape, and the Kansas …

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A Glimpse Of The True Future Of Business In Kansas City

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 3.6 million workers resigned their employment in May, surpassing the 4 million who did so in April. Many people are starting or thinking about starting a business. In this post-pandemic era, who are these New Builders and what inspires them? On a recent trip to Kansas City to …

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