Amid a faltering economy and volatile real estate market, we notice a new bit of branding that's garnering momentum.
KANSAS CITY DEVELOPERS NOW HYPE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AS A SELLING POINT FOR OVERPRICED LUXURY APARTMENTS!!!
Before the world ends in less than 12 years . . . Here's a peek at this hype which might not justify EPIC costs for the privilege of paying top dollar to live near light industry and random homeless people down by the river . . .
Kansas City last month was selected by the Urban Land Institute as one of seven cities to promote zero emissions from buildings, which contribute two-thirds of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change. Other cities include such tech trendsetters as Austin, Texas, and San Jose, California, and, internationally, Shenzhen, China, and Toronto, Canada.
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One of the most energy efficient apartment complexes in the world minds its own business at Second and Delaware streets in Kansas City. Yet it represents one more sign that the metro is an emerging leader as the world pivots to combat climate change.