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  • File -- Kansas City convention center hotel announcement

    Mike Burke, Burke Swerdling & Associates and KC Hospitality Investors, LLC, city of Kansas City, JE Dunn Construction and HNTB Architects, are all key players in bringing a new 800-room convention center hotel to downtown Kansas City. (May 8, 2015)

File -- Kansas City convention center hotel announcement

Mike Burke, Burke Swerdling & Associates and KC Hospitality Investors, LLC, city of Kansas City, JE Dunn Construction and HNTB Architects, are all key players in bringing a new 800-room convention center hotel to downtown Kansas City. (May 8, 2015)
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