Kansas City Stays Losing Economic Border War

The fight for local biz persists despite promises of a "truce" from politicos who mistakenly believed corporate promises.

Check today's deck chair shuffling and just a bit of hope for a telcom ghost town at the expense of Kansas City. . .

"The transformation of the former Sprint Campus, which is now called Aspiria, continued Tuesday with the announcement of a new tenant, EML, which manages business-to-business payments across the globe, and will relocate and consolidate its Overland Park headquarters."

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Occidental Management lures KCMO company across state line to Aspiria

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Aspiria has lured a company from across the state line. , a payment solutions company based in Australia, will relocate its North American headquarters from Kansas City, Missouri, to the former Sprint campus. Occidental Management, which bought the sprawling property in 2019, announced Tuesday that EML signed a lease for nearly 12,000 square feet on the reinvented corporate campus.