Kansas City Metro Develops Despite COVID

Just a few real estate quick hits as we all lower expectations and the pandemic persists.

What might be a bright side for those looking for taxpayer handouts . . . Angst over taxpayer subsidy from politicos seems to have passed in a desperate search for investment dollars. 

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After affordable Volker apartments sold, residents frustrated to hear they have to leave

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tenants at a few Volker neighborhood apartments will soon have to find a new place to live. Those living at Muehlebach Apartments, located on 41st Street, and Bakers Corner Apartments, located on 39th Street, recently found out they have a new landlord. Now renovations will force them out.

Mixed-use development at 63rd and Prospect moves forward

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Plans to develop vacant land at 63rd and Prospect are moving closer to reality. Developer Urban America envisions converting 25 acres of vacant land into a mixed-use development that would consist of six phases and take a total of eight years to complete.

Leawood to review massive mixed use development near State Line Road

by: Sydnie Holzfaster Posted: / Updated: LEAWOOD, Kan. - After more than a year of debate and project revisions, the Leawood City Council will review a proposal to build out more than 800 new residential units near State Line Road. On Monday, the city council will review a rezoning request and preliminary site plan for Cameron's Court.

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