Cordish, the Baltimore-based company that developed and manages downtown’s Power & Light District, began construction last year on One Light, a 25-story apartment tower at 13th and Walnut streets.
Cordish, the Baltimore-based company that developed and manages downtown’s Power & Light District, began construction last year on One Light, a 25-story apartment tower at 13th and Walnut streets. File image The Kansas City Star
Cordish, the Baltimore-based company that developed and manages downtown’s Power & Light District, began construction last year on One Light, a 25-story apartment tower at 13th and Walnut streets. File image The Kansas City Star

Kansas City is in talks with Cordish about a second downtown apartment tower

January 14, 2015 02:03 PM

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