Friday, December 29, 2017

Kansas City Artsy Real Estate Schemes Cont'd

IMPRESSIVE update on the social scene selling point for overpriced rents in and around Downtown . . . Take a look and see if proximity to local tastemakers is worth $1500-a-month along with assorted fees. Read more:

How Do Real Estate and Art Overlap?

Despite the popularity of Kansas City's gallery-saturated Crossroads Arts District and its First Fridays mania, the cultural hub retains some of its image as a starving artists colony. Kim Weinberger, owner of Weinberger Fine Art, is challenging that perception with a business model that is decidedly unromantic, though what came before has the underpinnings of a good novel.

2 comments:

Retro ROCKER said...

They catch a uber to his highrise apartment.

Flip Jork said...

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