Friday, November 04, 2016

Is KU Med Center Building Boom Ruining Kansas City 39th Street Hipster Corridor???

Kind of a contradiction here . . . Small shops certainly benefit from increased traffic but the bigger crowds have taken some of the charm away from this year and replaced it with more parking problems, higher crime and dimwit doctors, nurses and med students tracking hospital pathogens carried on their scrubs all over the place.

Here's a nice perspective on these developments . . . With hospital expanding around her, KCK woman content to live in her oasis

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely. KU Med building are blighting up the place, wreaking havoc on traffic and decreasing quality of life for neighbors mearby. It's a shadowy eyesore.

Anonymous said...

Yes,and think of all the sickness & disease in the air.Not to mention those g
gross ,sickly,infected & diseased people all over the place!! YUCK..
fucking gross sick people of all walks of life. Bleck!!

NOT IN MY BACK YARD , NO SIR !!!

Anonymous said...

Yes. God forbid that the exclusive, stunningly beautiful, crime-free paradise around KU would be improved a little.

Anonymous said...

Newsflash!
Your overgrown weedpatch will be sold within 5 minutes after your last breath. It will be bulldozed. No trace will remain.
You and your house are special.... in your own mind only.

Anonymous said...

Where the wealth's displayed
Thieves and sycophants parade

Anonymous said...

My thoughts exactly

Anonymous said...

ku med is a great blessing for metro kc.

Anonymous said...

state should be spending $$$ building an osteopathic school in Wichita instead. Rural Kansas is dying and KU med is not the answer.

Anonymous said...

Kansas law protects homeowners. Missouri does not.

Dayton said...

If u go a mile or 2 west on puckett Lane behind rosedale park it's like the Ozarks

Anonymous said...

What about the Kansas Speedway? eminent domain boyeeeeeee