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I'm okay with this. The Plaza was destroyed decades ago. At this point we should be happy for people spending money to build things in KCMO
Don't most buildings "overshadow pedestrians"?Sheesh.
How much will the taxpayers have to pony up?
2:36...The project was approved for its final incentive, a $21 million revenue bond that exempts sales tax on construction materials, from the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority (PIEA). It previously won approval for a 20-year property tax abatement. APR 21, 2017
Looks kind of stupid but we will get used to it. LOL a twenty year tax abatement- no wonder the assessor is jacking up homes and businesses to find the money being forgone by abatements like this. -Radish
Thank goodness for incentives. I can't conceive how anything could be built in such a horrendously blighted area without them.
The gangsta' kids have already turned the Plaaazahh int a dump.
The gangsta kids will be shooting at the glass! Hahahahaha!
When I went to Architecture and Urban Planning School I learned about “scale.” The building in that picture above by Block Real Estate is grossly out of scale. Blame Ken Block for his part in destroying the Plaza. Kathryn Shields too for not protesting this and protecting the Plaza from this oversized development. Blame Sly and Troy Schulte for ramming the street car route to the Plaza. Just what we need is a jettison drop off point for all the darkies to migrate to with their endless dysfunction and ruin what was a crown jewel. ������������
Those question marks above were supposed to be a series of thoughtfully made black colored thumbs pointing downward.
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