Patrick Phillips, far left, spent the better part of Thursday discussing some of the opportunities facing middle-tiered cities such as Kansas City. He was joined, from left, by David Brain, founder and CEO of Brown Cow Capital, Jim Thomas, founder and managing partner of Cityscape Residential, and Dana Crawford, founder and CEO of Urban Neighborhoods.
Patrick Phillips, far left, spent the better part of Thursday discussing some of the opportunities facing middle-tiered cities such as Kansas City. He was joined, from left, by David Brain, founder and CEO of Brown Cow Capital, Jim Thomas, founder and managing partner of Cityscape Residential, and Dana Crawford, founder and CEO of Urban Neighborhoods. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com
Patrick Phillips, far left, spent the better part of Thursday discussing some of the opportunities facing middle-tiered cities such as Kansas City. He was joined, from left, by David Brain, founder and CEO of Brown Cow Capital, Jim Thomas, founder and managing partner of Cityscape Residential, and Dana Crawford, founder and CEO of Urban Neighborhoods. Toriano Porter tporter@kcstar.com

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