Sunday, March 31, 2019

TKC SUNDAY MUST SEE!!! NOT MUCH PROGRESS AT MISSION GATEWAY!!! HAS KANSAS CITY METRO DEVELOPMENT SCENE STALLED FOR SPRINGTIME?!?!



Smarter people than the TKC blog community say that the global economy has slowed down.

A quick overview . . .

NPR: More Signs Point To An Economic Slowdown In The U.S.

Bloomberg: Mixed U.S. Data Confirm Economic Slowdown But Offer Some Hope

CNBC: Investors worry over global economic slowdown

But let's make it local . . .

STALLED PROGRESS AT EMBATTLED MISSION GATEWAY REVEALS DEVELOPMENT DREAMS UNREALIZED ACROSS KANSAS CITY METRO!!!

It looks like they've turned some dirt but the place still looks desolate. There hasn't been much progress for the winter and excuses about the weather are wearing thin on neighbors who have waited years for promises to materialize.

THE QUESTION: IS THE KANSAS CITY SPRINGTIME REAL ESTATE SELLING SEASON ALREADY A BUST?!?!

You decide  but consider . . . On this humble street in the golden ghetto and across the greater KC area -- Locals now must decide if they want to put their faith in promises for real estate moguls and politicos or trust their eyes and watch so many promises yet to be fulfilled.

Developing???

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Momentum?

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Nope, we don't buy that garbage in Kansas. That's Sly talk.

Anonymous said...

You mean to say that a "developer" who still doesn't have any money isn't successful at making progress with this "project"?
Shocking!
At least with all the rain maybe the aquarium part of this fiasco will arrive.
River carp in puddles is sure to become a big tourist draw.
Guessing around 25 million, just like KCMO!

Anonymous said...

10 years and counting.

Anonymous said...

It'll never be built.

Anonymous said...

Just plant grass and trees and chalk it up to the most expensive park in town.

Anonymous said...

The Trump "boom" is bust.

Anonymous said...

It will be finished soon. Love it!

Anonymous said...

They never should have razed mission center

Anonymous said...

To bad Walmart did not get approved. At least there would be some work for the poor.

Anonymous said...

McConwell's folly