Monday, December 11, 2017

Country Club Plaza Selloff Complete

Postscript on a recent real estate move as a workplace goes residential despite constant disputes, hobos and protests at a park across the street. Read more:

NorthPoint buys Two Brush Creek office for high-end senior living - Kansas City Business Journal

NorthPoint Development has bought a five-story office building from the the former owner of the Country Club Plaza for $10.3 million. NorthPoint plans to turn the 78,835-square-foot building at 2 Emanuel Cleaver Blvd. in Kansas City into high-end senior housing.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

High-end senior housing on Cleaver Blvd.? Putting the chickens closer to the foxes, are we?

Anonymous said...


Yep

Anonymous said...

Great view of the plaza lights

Anonymous said...

What high-end senior is going to want to live on a heavily congested intersection and risk getting mugged or killed if they cross the street to Winsteads???

Retro ROCKER said...

BUILD A WALL

Retro ROCKER said...

A Gated Community. Just be careful visiting The Plaza or any,intertainment area in the metro the criminals are mobile. There are rift raft in small towns. WINTERS BONE.

Anonymous said...

Someone stepped on a dick on this one. Five years from now the area will be a war zone.

Anonymous said...

Too badly built for offices, can't get tenants to stay,let's stick old people in it!
Typical thinking, does Geezer Licker own this piece of trash?

Timm Wayne said...

will it be Section 8? if not it's going to do nothing to help