Thursday, November 05, 2020

Mission Gateway Promises Persist Amid COVID-19 Economic Devastation

Retail remains dead and the movie theater biz is doing even worse as the pandemic continues. 

Nevertheless . . . Economic reality doesn't stop local developers from making promises.

However . . .

CONSTRUCTION REMAINS AT A STANDSTILL AS WINTER THREATENS STALLED WORK!!!

Despite the recent cheerleading, a total tear down isn't out of the question.

For now, here's the official word and golden ghetto hype . . .

KC Biz Journal: Mission Gateway tenants remain onboard even as project stalls

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"Several key Mission Gateway entities remain onboard with the $225 million mixed-use project, even as it appears poised to remain in a rut at the former Mission Center Mall site for the time being. "This includes Cinergy Entertainment, which looks to become the largest tenant by square footage, with a 90,000-square-foot complex featuring a dine-in movie theater, a bowling alley, and a mix of electronic and non-electronic games, developer Tom Valenti of New York-based Cameron Group LLC told Mission City Council members Oct. 21."

Developing . . .

Or not.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

We're still getting the laser tag, right?

Anonymous said...

Oh, you're getting "lasered" all right!

Anonymous said...

Interest coverage ratio! Look at it. It cannot be finished.

Anonymous said...

Mission Ks is a dirthole. Watch their police shoot a black citizen soon and send this part of town into national news and riots! Their "adviser" Mr. Mccool former police chief of a small redneck town may have trained them to shoot minorities. I would have to re-reread his email to me one day about what would happen in a late night traffic stop....

Remember the message? Mr Mcool???