Saturday, December 12, 2020

Toast Martini Corner Vaporware Good Life!!!

Amid the COVID economic depression, local developers have commissioned a great many drawings to offer the public a bit of hope and the illusion of work in progress. 

Here's one example that might or might not make this town's 2nd best bar scene even better . . . Check-it . . .

Developer will serve up 163 luxury apartments at Martini Corner - Kansas City Business Journal

Access to eateries, bars and entertainment will be sure to leave future residents of an up-and-coming Martini Corner luxury apartment development raising their glasses. Garrison Cos. and MW Cos., led by longtime Kansas City developer Gary Hassenflu, are advancing a $32 million project, The Levy at Martini Corner, for the northeast corner of Gillham Road and 31st Street in Kansas City.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fine, as long at the Developer gets no money from the City taxpayers.

Anonymous said...

How does our 12 dollar an hour economy support this ?

KC said...

That is one butt ugly attempt at architecture. They must have hired Frank Lloyd Shite.

Anonymous said...


Looks like Section 8 Housing with a swimming pool.

Anonymous said...


Hopefully tax dollars are not involved.

That is a really, really high crime area.

Would not want to live there as very unsafe.

Anonymous said...

I am a basically a criminal and I want to live there but it looks like a suburban retirement home. I want to fuck my sluts there and have a safe place to relax and smoke marijuana and drink. It looks too elderly though.

Anonymous said...

That kind of development is too large for that corner. That intersection will be a nightmare. Booooooooooo!

Anonymous said...

Charlie Horse is sure right about the "architecture".
But all the new "luxury apartments" look about the same.
I was wondering where all the Soviet architects went after the Soviet Union collapsed.
Or maybe from Germany after the demise of the Third Reich.

Anonymous said...

I'm a black female council member, and if I play my cards just right, I think I can live there rent free, due to white privilege.