Kansas City Port Authority Big Bucks Support 'Meta' Data Farm

The tech biz model isn't as solid as previously suspected . . .

Given the boss Zuck mistakenly believes that everybody wants to put on googles that spark complaints of dizziness. 

Still . . . Locals are looking on the bright side and the hundreds dozens of jobs this investment might create . . .

Port Authority of Kansas City officials last week took a little more than 12 minutes to give an early nod to as much as $12.5 billion in industrial revenue bonds, through which future occupants of two coming Northland projects could receive property tax incentives.

Port KC's development committee recommended expressions of intent to approve bond issuances totaling up to $10 billion and $2.5 billion, respectively, for Rocky Branch Creek Technology Park, a 360-acre data center campus, and KCI 29 Logistics Park, a 2,136-acre industrial and office development site.

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Port KC bonds set stage for next megaprojects near KCI, Meta data center - Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City region's two standout business attraction successes this year will see considerable forthcoming construction activity, and developers are working to sweeten the economic pot for more megaprojects to follow in their footsteps.