The Brookridge plan denied this week by the Overland Park City Council would have created an upscale urban village featuring more than 2,000 residential units, 1.95 million square feet of office space, plus retail, a movie theater, a 3,500-seat indoor performance venue and a 550-room hotel.
The Brookridge plan denied this week by the Overland Park City Council would have created an upscale urban village featuring more than 2,000 residential units, 1.95 million square feet of office space, plus retail, a movie theater, a 3,500-seat indoor performance venue and a 550-room hotel. File illustration
The Brookridge plan denied this week by the Overland Park City Council would have created an upscale urban village featuring more than 2,000 residential units, 1.95 million square feet of office space, plus retail, a movie theater, a 3,500-seat indoor performance venue and a 550-room hotel. File illustration

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