Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Kansas City Paid For It: Two Light Tops Out With Help From City Manager & Politicos



Take a look at luxury living space paid for by the broke-ass taxpayers of Kansas City amid support from the political elite at City Hall.

It's a sweet clip that features a mayoral candidate and the City Manager who spends a great deal of his time promoting "gimmies" for corporate patrons of elected officials.

Description:

"The Cordish Companies and Kansas City Power & Light District celebrated a major milestone with the topping out of the $120 million Two Light Luxury Apartment tower. Scheduled to open in 2018, the 296-unit Two Light will join One Light as the second new construction high-rise apartment building in the last 50 years in downtown Kansas City, MO. Remarks were made by the Executive Director of the Power & Light District, Nick Benjamin, President of the Downtown Council, Bill Dietrich, JE Dunn Midwest President, Dirk Schafer and City Manager for Kansas City, Troy Schulte."

Take a look:



You decide . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Celebrate!!!

Anonymous said...

the urban space in downtown is exciting.

Anonymous said...

Looks cool.

Anonymous said...

You can toss drinks off the luxury roof top pool ledge onto the serfs and commoners below for entertainment when you get bored.

MDLQ said...

....don't forget about 'The Corrigan Station'........
It's coming right along.
Stop in for some good eats......

Anonymous said...

What would Yael say.

Anonymous said...

can you walk your dog on the roof?