Thursday, June 16, 2016

TKC Question: Can City Hall Maintain An Urban Core Kansas City Shopping Center???

Ambitious plan to bring fresh produce and highly subsidized development to the urban core start today where the free market has failed to find a profit center, 12th & Oak thinks it can do better. KC Council approves multimillion-dollar investment in Linwood Shopping Center

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

F N joke

Anonymous said...

Wow! A shoplifters amusement park! Run a train to it!

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Anonymous said...

Insanity

Hit parade said...

More sprawl? What the eastside doesn't need is more sprawl. Bring in the band, boys!

Anonymous said...

What we are watching for here is that the City bought it from the black developer and is putting all this cash into it and then gonna sell right back to the developer who failed with it before.

Anonymous said...

The same city hall who made sales projections for P&L District are also promoting this shopping center. The answer is NO.

Anonymous said...

A turd is a turd is a turd no matter how much money you throw at it.

Anonymous said...

But, but, but Sherry "Eastsyda4Lyfe" DeJanes, and Dan "Harriet Tubman" Coffey and Bryan X all told us the city never does anything for the east side?!?!?!

Anonymous said...

Maybe the government should just buy up everything and then Sly can show us all how it is supposed to be done.

Hyperblogal said...

If this was a good idea private enterprise would already have done it.

Anonymous said...

^^Like the Twin Creeks shit-sprawl or Prairie Fire, or Village West, or Lenexa "City" Center, or billion dollar highway boondoggles, or the Lee's Summit Soccer Complex or the Overland Park Convention Center?