Groundbreaking real estate speculation news
A new grocery store on the proposed streetcar extension intended to cater to its diverse neighborhood with international foods as well as a premium selection of liquor, wine and beer is planned for a vacant building at 3967 Main.
The 9,000 square-foot store will be located in a small, diagonal strip center off Main by Midwest Cyclery and is geared toward serving nearby residents and apartment dwellers accessing it via the planned 39th Street streetcar stop.
That's the old cash saver/Thriftway location for locals who were living in deep Lenexa and watching cartoons when this area actually had a bit of character.
Sure, development news is always fun but the report purposefully forgets that less than 24 months ago a young man in the prime of his life was GUNNED DOWN just a few steps from this location whilst walking home from Westport. Now, real estate speculators believe that the toy train will solve crime problems around the are despite the fact that this murder case remains COLD.
Developing . . .