A long-planned Columbus Park housing project will soon be under construction between 3rd and 5th Streets, Cherry to Charlotte. It is designed to replace what was once an industrial property with both residential and commercial uses, enhancing one of Kansas City’s oldest neighborhoods.
Belton cut ties with the Belton Corporation for Economic Development in favor of a city-run operation. Mayor says leaders are better informed now.
Sessions work on office issues through a different type of communication.
The Country Club Plaza gets a new candy store, and other retail and restaurant updates.
Swirl Wine Bar & Shoppe opens in the Northland and other retail and restaurant news.
Ross Dress for Less will open soon in the Northland. The store, in Barrywoods Crossing, 8331 N.W. Roanridge Road, plans a grand opening at 9 a.m. Saturday. It offers first-quality, in-season, name-brand and designer apparel, accessories and footwear for all ages, along with home fashions.
An apartment building, with garage and courtyard, would contain 185 units across from Lees Summit City Hall. Developers sounded out city leaders during a visit to Johnson County.
After city staffer retired, Grandview hired a team from Zimmer Real Estate Services. Two team members, Troy Nash and Kelvin Simmons, have political connections.
Twin Peaks plans February 2014 opening in Independence. New Price Chopper store plans early October opening in the Northland.