The Jazz District (seen here) boasts some big-name attractions, but people heading west on 18th Street will encounter a “disconnect” before reaching the Crossroads Arts District. The blocks that separate the districts amount to a dead zone.
The Jazz District (seen here) boasts some big-name attractions, but people heading west on 18th Street will encounter a “disconnect” before reaching the Crossroads Arts District. The blocks that separate the districts amount to a dead zone. File photo by ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
The Jazz District (seen here) boasts some big-name attractions, but people heading west on 18th Street will encounter a “disconnect” before reaching the Crossroads Arts District. The blocks that separate the districts amount to a dead zone. File photo by ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Plan calls for bridging the gap between Kansas City Crossroads and Jazz District

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