Monday, July 22, 2019

TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY CONDO DISASTER AS HIPSTERS FLEE PARK RESERVE AMID BROKEN PROMISES!!!

Residents complaints have plagued this location since the Spring AND NOW this think piece offers the postscript and a very fun pop culture juxtaposition . . .

'So much worse' than Fyre Festival: Residents abandon trendy KC condo amid flooding, broken elevators and blight

An unfinished section of the Park Reserve condo development, which will now remain vacant/Photo by Jeremey Theron Kirby When Ian and Danielle Young first toured their Park Reserve condominium in 2017, there wasn't much to see. In realtor terms, it was a "white box" of studs and sheetrock.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Been through the old hospital next door. It is indeed a complete shithole. This is definitely fraud, I wouldn’t pay a dime more to that place.

Anonymous said...

Guess your 25 year tax abatement doesn't mean so much now does it ?

Anonymous said...

ICE is trying to round up these illegal second rate construction workers and all the Democrats can do is cry about it. MAGA

Anonymous said...

But if you're a hipster, flooding, broken elevators, and blight ARE trendy!
Why are they leaving?

Anonymous said...

Why are there so many condos being built in KCMO and in the JOCO suburbs? I honestly have a tough time believing there are enough people to fill all of these. Some of the condo complexes being built in JOCO are massive.

Anonymous said...

strange the article doesn't have any pictures from the units or the actual building itself. I wish it would. All the pics seem to be of the undeveloped "third building". I really would like to see how bad it is for the people actually living there.

Anonymous said...

Agree all they need is a smart phone and internet connection. And drama

DramavilleKC said...

I would advise you to click on the linked lawsuits in the article. Unreal, what they are describing.

Anonymous said...

The people who believed the developer's promises are to be pitied. The City is totally responsible for not doing background checks on the thieves who sold them on this great idea for a scary building. The comments about the buyers getting what they "deserved" is just mean. Where's the City's responsibility in this daylight robbery scheme?