Looking northeast from 20th and Main streets, this rendering shows a proposed new restaurant on the former Hereford House site along with about 280 new apartment units facing Main, 20th, Walnut and 19th streets. The plan also includes renovation of the vacant Midwest Hotel into apartments.
Looking northeast from 20th and Main streets, this rendering shows a proposed new restaurant on the former Hereford House site along with about 280 new apartment units facing Main, 20th, Walnut and 19th streets. The plan also includes renovation of the vacant Midwest Hotel into apartments. City Club Apartments and BKV Group
Looking northeast from 20th and Main streets, this rendering shows a proposed new restaurant on the former Hereford House site along with about 280 new apartment units facing Main, 20th, Walnut and 19th streets. The plan also includes renovation of the vacant Midwest Hotel into apartments. City Club Apartments and BKV Group

Plan for apartment complex on former Hereford restaurant block in KC moves forward

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