Thursday, February 28, 2019

Kansas City Streetcar Promises Betrayed: Another Biz Along Toy Train Line Shuts Down

Here's the latest reason to ignore the hype . . . This local biz has a sweet spot right near a toy train stop on a corner of the Crossroads. Sadly, the location didn't help profits or keep the biz competitive as higher rent follows trend but not the stagnant retail market. Read more:

Rising rent forces some Crossroads businesses to close

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Perhaps it's simply the price of progress, but some businesses are being priced out of the Crossroads Arts District as landlords pass along rent increases. Brioche Pastry Shop at the corner of 20th and Main streets is among the shops impacted.

6 comments:

Sylvester Costello Luciano Gambino Capone Jr. said...

Never fear! We have mega successful National Chains clamoring over each other to move into these space in this great city on our great streetcar line!

Fay Atoms - Property Mogul said...

Not only that, but we decide from here out who comes, who stays, and who goes.

Luv us some Crossroads

Fleece Nichols said...

Gotta pump dat shit up to get the big bucks!

Anonymous said...

^^^ city hall minions working late tonight

Anonymous said...

8:11 Struck a nerve with a city hall minion I see

Anonymous said...

forcing out tenants like brioche should be counter intuitive whether that be due to the city, the owner of the building, or both. Well done!