The Roeland Park City Council on Monday unanimously approved rezoning of the site where the project would be built and a preliminary development plan for it. Currently dubbed the Rocks on Roe (the name could change), the project at 4800 Roe Parkway, formerly home to a city pool, would be anchored by an adventure ropes course and a hotel.
The Roeland Park City Council on Monday unanimously approved rezoning of the site where the project would be built and a preliminary development plan for it. Currently dubbed the Rocks on Roe (the name could change), the project at 4800 Roe Parkway, formerly home to a city pool, would be anchored by an adventure ropes course and a hotel. Star file photo
The Roeland Park City Council on Monday unanimously approved rezoning of the site where the project would be built and a preliminary development plan for it. Currently dubbed the Rocks on Roe (the name could change), the project at 4800 Roe Parkway, formerly home to a city pool, would be anchored by an adventure ropes course and a hotel. Star file photo

Former Roeland Park pool site rezoned for adventure course and hotel project

May 16, 2017 01:45 PM

UPDATED May 16, 2017 06:17 PM

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