Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Kansas City Toy Train Streetcar Developers Buying Cheap Land On Main Street

Credit where it's due, this developer hack blog reminds us that the toy train plan continues to move forward with a sketchy real estate speculation gambit that will likely force out a fried fish place. Whilst local arteries might be happy about the move, it's uncertain if will inspire investment given that the American economy has fundamentally changed and is no longer predicated on commuting via the meatspace.

Here's the ploy that hopes for funding from a ponzi scheme that has spike taxes without creating any of the sustainable biz growth promised . . . Check-it:

Another Key Corner Acquired Along Streetcar Extension Route

By Kevin Collison Another key corner along the planned Main Street streetcar route at 31st street has been acquired by a developer including the 115 year-old Jeserich building and an adjacent building housing Lufti's Fried Fish.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any idea how much the developer paid for the property on 31st and Main ?

Anonymous said...


There's no cheap land on main street. There's people who have their noses up each others butt and lots of dirty money.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ It's cheap now compared to the property valuations that are coming.

The ponzi scheme term is 100% correct.

Anonymous said...

On a train bound for nowhere...

Anonymous said...

Will the Black Panthers provide security for the downtown train to nowhere?