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  • Apartment building boom takes off in JoCo

    Johnson County has had an apartment building boom that began in 2013 and is affecting both north and south of Interstate 435. The pace appears to be slowing, but developers say they are still bullish.

Johnson County has had an apartment building boom that began in 2013 and is affecting both north and south of Interstate 435. The pace appears to be slowing, but developers say they are still bullish. Lynn Horsley and Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Johnson County has had an apartment building boom that began in 2013 and is affecting both north and south of Interstate 435. The pace appears to be slowing, but developers say they are still bullish. Lynn Horsley and Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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