Ian Ross of Somera Road (left) worked with Kansas City Manager Troy Schulte and the owners of River Market West to find a solution to the parking problem. A previous arrangement curtailed the number of parking spaces that could be offered to office tenants.
Ian Ross of Somera Road (left) worked with Kansas City Manager Troy Schulte and the owners of River Market West to find a solution to the parking problem. A previous arrangement curtailed the number of parking spaces that could be offered to office tenants. Steve Vockrodt svockrodt@kcstar.com
Ian Ross of Somera Road (left) worked with Kansas City Manager Troy Schulte and the owners of River Market West to find a solution to the parking problem. A previous arrangement curtailed the number of parking spaces that could be offered to office tenants. Steve Vockrodt svockrodt@kcstar.com

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