Saturday, October 17, 2020

Kansas City 18th & Vine Jazz District Renaissance Imagined Yet Again

Don't worry, the link tease is good enough for a glimpse at this project THAT'S NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN or at least won't offer any sustainable revenue model for an entertainment district that has enjoyed $100-MILLION worth of tax breaks over more than a generation. 

Kansas City's 18th & Vine could see more than $100M in projects - Kansas City Business Journal

A series of new investments could see an influx of different apartment types, retail and an art center built in Kansas City's 18th & Vine Jazz District in the coming years.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a joke!

Anonymous said...

More wasted tax dollars on this whole worthless area, why can’t we just cut our losses and move on?

How about spending $100 million dollars on the streets, you know, something we use everyday not just once every two months?

Anonymous said...

I heard the reason why they’re doing this is covid doesn’t exist down there, it’s true, just ask mayor mckneely and his sidekick the fat fake dr Rex! Events galore without restrictions!

Anonymous said...

Now there's an area of KC that needs to be burned to the ground!

Anonymous said...

So taxpayer funds are now called "investments".

$100 million for somewhere no one goes.

Why not fix the streets, the water and sewer lines with the $100 million.

Anonymous said...

'$100 Million in new projects" and all KC has to do is hand this Developer $600 Million in exchange.

Anonymous said...

Or, you could build a $50 million dollar toilet, flush the other $50 million down said toilet, and at least have a nice toilet left over.

Anonymous said...

I am glad they are investing 100 million, eat your racist heart out whitey.

Anonymous said...

Another $100 million wasted in an area where you get murdered or robbed. My don't we throw more money to lost causes and even worst lost cause people.