Wednesday, November 04, 2020

Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar Real Estate Scheme Rolls Forward

This local "news" is penned by a developer promo blogger and reads more like a brochure for an overpriced yet strangely empty condo . . . Which is what is coming soon to Midtown with help from fed cash and Kansas City taxpayer support.

Check-it . . .

Developer Snaps Up Buildings on Main Near Planned Streetcar Stops

Exact Partners is continuing to snap up properties along the planned streetcar extension on Main Street, purchasing two office buildings at corners near where stops will be located at 31st and 39th streets. The firm, which includes Caleb Buland of Exact Architects and his partner Ilan Salzberg of Denver, is investing $10 million in the purchase and renovation of the former MainCor building at 3215 Main St.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

KC is such a hick town. We did away with street cars in the 1950s because we had buses. Our street car plan is silly and wasteful.There are free buses and Streetcar system in KC is something we got rid of 60 years ago. It was stupid then and it is stupid now.. Please stop it.

Anonymous said...

Sadly, we just allowed this developer to set a precedent of government assisted funding for any future development along the Main Street extension.

Now everyone will demand it.

Hyperblogal said...

People still need a way to get to the closed restaurants, I guess.