Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Kansas City Condo Parking Unsafe

Quick look at one of many reasons why the good life in KCMO is overrated and filled the a great many safety threats that usually involve something horrible happening in a parking lot. Check the latest . . .

Fire marshals close parking garage connected to Park Reserve condos

Fire marshals have shut down a parking garage connected to a controversial condominium complex near Midtown due to life safety hazards. Kansas City fire inspectors said the Park Reserve parking garage at 3015 Baltimore Street had exposed wiring, a broken fire suppression system and broken water pipes.They ordered the garage vacated Monday."We found a situation that posed a serious risk to the public," said Kansas City Fire Marshal Jimmy Walker.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't ya just love KCMO construction standards?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO --- LEMONADE FROM LEMONS

After being shut down by the KCFD, the developer claimed the project was blighted, and City Hall immediately granted tax abatement, CID status, and offered to pay for a new parking garage!!!

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

How the hell did the Aztecs, Myans and Egyptians built pyramids without the wheel, cranes or any modern construction equipment and better success than the builders of a lousy parking garage

Anonymous said...

Come on man... The Azatecs, Myans and Egyptians invented the wheel and cranes. You have a good point.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

There’s a church in New Mexico made of adobe built in 1699 but a parking garage won’t last how long?

Anonymous said...

10:37 The church is only used on Sunday and occasionally during the week to give blowjobs to altar boys.

Anonymous said...

Non union jobs using non english speaking workers. You get what you pay for.

Anonymous said...

The comments are nonsensical. The condos are the old Trinity Lutheran Hospital re-fabrication. The complex is a pay as you go re-fabrication and the developer never completed the project. Turning an old hospital into high end condos is a lot of work and a lot of money and the developer had neither. The building standards for the current work is substandard at best. Existing infrastructure issues will never be addressed. The entire complex should have been leveled but the city was too stupid to recognize the scam. Sad state of affairs for the individuals with $300,000 mortgages on a condo worth nothing.