Monday, June 15, 2020

Mission Bowl Broke-Ass Apartment Rebuked

Low-income housing strikes out as the fading middle-class fighting against more po'folk desperately seeking the Golden Ghetto good life . . . Read more:

Proposed apartment complex in Mission receives mixed reaction

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A proposed apartment complex on the site of the former Mission Bowl received a mixed reaction from residents and businesses owners. The city of Mission held a public Zoom meeting on Monday to gather input from the public on the project by Sunflower Development Group that about roughly 30 people attended.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

that is a lot of units. which demographic pays $950 to rent a studio in kansas city metro?

Anonymous said...

Sunflower electric, sunflower health plan, sunflower real estate with low income tax credits are these all different with a mutual love of sunflowers?

Anonymous said...

or all subsidiaries of Centene?

Anonymous said...

amazing how much the CEO goons in st louis are paid.
Build-A-Bear Workshop ceo gets paid lots of money too.
I am sure the CEO of Caleres does not get her shoes at famous footwear.

Anonymous said...

Smart move, low income housing is the quickest n most effective way to destroy a neighborhood.

Super Dave said...

Wouldn't call this low income housing as what we don't see here is any sq footage claims. Notice top tier rent is claiming to be 1900 a month which would probably be 2k by the time they are built. If HUD were to back the deal then yes low income style residents would probably move in and that's really not to bad as there is a Dollar General across the street sitting in the perfect location to support low income residents. Truth be known this is a shit piece of property and the city should leap at anyone wanting to pay the costs to build on it. That piece of ground has been known to flood in the past and yes it will flood again unless drastic measures are taken to prevent such.

Anonymous said...

^^Blah blah blah. You post too much and never have anything to say. Do you ever shut up?

Anonymous said...

Anything solid that goes into Mission will be good and create forward momrntum.

It's a great location.

There's a nascent hipster vibe that could expand when young residents move in.