Obviously, TKC didn't get his coffee today or we woulda, coulda, shoulda had more posts earlier. However, that's no reason not so savor a debate over gentrification, white guilt and Kansas City's history.
Here's an overview and a second serving of the drama which hints that divisive politics kinda embitters new biz attempting to capitalize on urban core development schemes.
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Photo by Caleb Condit and Rebecca NordenIt's no secret that Troost has long been a dividing line in Kansas City, with racial covenants and banking practices prohibiting Black citizens from owning property to the avenue's west. On the street itself, there's a tight-knit community.