A proposal by Ken Block, with Block Real Estate Services, for a $38 million, 188-unit apartment complex at 4400 Washington just west of St. Luke’s Hospital failed to gain approval. The Kansas City Council rejected it as “too dense.”
A proposal by Ken Block, with Block Real Estate Services, for a $38 million, 188-unit apartment complex at 4400 Washington just west of St. Luke’s Hospital failed to gain approval. The Kansas City Council rejected it as “too dense.” File photo by Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com
A proposal by Ken Block, with Block Real Estate Services, for a $38 million, 188-unit apartment complex at 4400 Washington just west of St. Luke’s Hospital failed to gain approval. The Kansas City Council rejected it as “too dense.” File photo by Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com

Developers fear the power of critics could stall growth in KC area

September 01, 2016 03:36 PM