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.
"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 . . .