Thursday, March 11, 2021

Kansas City East Side Pushes Back Against Gentrification Restart After COVID

Real talk, the real estate market in the urban core is now in play given so many people who can't make their rent following the pandemic.

Accordingly, as development ramps up near Troost there's community opposition that hopes to thwart capitalism, the history of the world and the rise of Western Civilization which is mostly predicated on stealing and developing cheap land.

Check valiant but futile resistance encouraged by hipsters sharing a hopeful presser . . . Read more:

Public hearing set over community-opposed changes to KC Outlook project

The KC Outlook project has proposed zoning changes allowing it a bigger presence on Troost Avenue, sparking community backlash. // Project image courtesy of Hyde Park Neighborhood Association The Kansas City Plan Commission is hosting a public hearing on March 16 to gather input about the KC Outlook project, which will add two five-story mixed-use buildings to the 4500 block of...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

LEAVE THE NIGGERS IN THE SHITHOLE THEYD JUST BURN IT ANYWAY

Anonymous said...

Since when is troost the east side???

Anonymous said...

Buy your plywood before it all goes to Minneapolis.

Anonymous said...

Is there a pre riot sale anywhere?

Anonymous said...

If someone is ballsy enough to invest $20m in the 4500 block of Troost, let him. He's either the smartest guy in the room, the dumbest, or knows that block sits on a west-Texas-sized oil reserve. Either way, investment along Troost doesn't happen often, take what you can get.

Anonymous said...

I oppose this due to its hideous aesthetic.