However, the well-being of locals has never concerned developers.
Accordingly, today the hipsters pretend to read news that's just sponsored content and hype a proposed Midtown building boom.
Here's how we know it's fake . . .
The project would also "include 20,000 square feet of restaurant space and 7,200 square feet of other retail."
Sure it will.
Even after the pandemic the future of retail is sketchy at best and investors are looking elsewhere for profits.
Moreover . . .
The pandemic has pretty much killed the restaurant biz in Kansas City
For an even better laugh . . . In other parts of the Internets there's a claim that developers don't want incentives. That's likely false given that last minute tax perks have ALWAYS on the table for successful projects.
And so . . .
What's really interesting is that local "public" TV magazine is running infomercial hype and most readers are too disinterested to challenge the premise.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
A big Westport apartment and hotel project pitched four years ago is back, with the City Plan Commission quietly approving a master plan development agreement Tuesday for what's called Westport Terrace at Manor Square. The project would significantly increase the density of the city's best-known historic neighborhood, adding 220 apartments in two mid-rise buildings and a 190-room hotel.
Developing . . .