Around this time last year, city hall offered an EPIC perk for an upstart project that hoped to bring "first class" new office space into the loop. $36-MILLION was just the start of the bill.
Just a few months later the pandemic hit and completely transformed how Americans work.
Sadly, KCMO taxpayers are still stuck with the bill and must endure promo hype like this:
Commercial real estate analysts joined with area business leaders on Tuesday to align research, data and strategies for driving growth in the Downtown Kansas City office market in the face of the pandemic. They gathered at the fourth annual Downtown KC Office Summit, presented virtually to more than 400 attendees by the Downtown Council from a live studio in Union Station.