Thursday, July 23, 2020

Pix: Historic Midtown Kansas City Knickerbocker Apartments Demolished

That's Miley astride a wrecking ball as a sad musical accompaniment to these exceptional drone photos featuring Kansas City destroying its history.

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Knickerbocker Apartments Demolition - Eric Bowers Photoblog

Knickerbocker Apartments Demolition - (Slider buttons at right and bottom) - Drone aerial photography of the destruction of Knickerbocker Apartments in midtown Kansas City, Missouri in July 2020. The buildings had been allowed to decay beyond feasibility to rehab and renovate. See also: Lyric Theater demolition from February 2019.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well of course destroying things is all the Dem's excel at.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^True Dat

Anonymous said...

^^and yet all the Republicans excel at is theft, and child molestation. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^except Democrats will elect a real child molester to be president. Weird.

Anonymous said...


Sad that KC doesn't respect it's history unless it's in a black community infested with crime. The Jazz dist. has two sided buildings but yet they have left them standing and have sunk tons of tax payers money into them only to be a huge fail.

@ 8:15 put up or shut up. Your party the communist party of so called democrats are the biggest liars rapist and thieves there are. One example is your board of directors for BLM Susan Rosenberg. So why don't you shut your mouth until you get some intelligence. WEIRD

Anonymous said...

^^so sad that you grew old being a racist, worthless human being, but you'll have an eternity in hell to think about it. Oh well. Bye bye Boomer. Tick tock.

Charlie Horse said...

Wonder if anyone's ever said "Kniggerbocker Apartments"?

Anonymous said...

^^Ever wonder why you never got laid Boomer INCEL?

Anonymous said...

Lead and asbestos dust everywhere now - what more could a woman want.

Anonymous said...

Shame on Kansas City Life. Rotten arrogant Kansas City company. They have systematically destroyed their immediate neighborhood. Terrible leadership and an embarrassed to Kansas City. Shame.

Anonymous said...

Byron, who cares it old brick. Take down the Phillips house too

Anonymous said...

1:34, it only takes a drive down midtown Broadway and Pennsylvania to see that Kansas City Life's grounds are meticulously kept, while other properties in the neighborhood are much much less so. The Knickerbocker apartments may have had some nostalgia value, but in practical terms the buildings were dangerous eyesores. Something better will replace them.