Local developers imagine that the Kansas City economy will bounce back after COVID and the streetcar extension will serve as a driving force for a midtown economic boom.
That might or might not happen . . . Sadly, taxpayer cash will be used to speculate on the economic revival despite underlying concerns about low-wage employment and the weakening dollar.
Deets . . .
KC Biz Journal: "The vacant former Katz Drug Store building last year was denoted as a historic structure at possible risk for demolition but now will be preserved as part of Katz on Main, a 192-unit planned multifamily community."
Developing . . .