The complex, which will include a Whole Foods grocery, a 170-unit apartment structure on top of the grocery, a student health center and a parking garage, is planned for a 2.84-acre site on 51st Street between Oak Street and Brookside Boulevard.
The complex, which will include a Whole Foods grocery, a 170-unit apartment structure on top of the grocery, a student health center and a parking garage, is planned for a 2.84-acre site on 51st Street between Oak Street and Brookside Boulevard. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The complex, which will include a Whole Foods grocery, a 170-unit apartment structure on top of the grocery, a student health center and a parking garage, is planned for a 2.84-acre site on 51st Street between Oak Street and Brookside Boulevard. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Kansas City Council approves Whole Foods complex near UMKC

June 18, 2015 04:20 PM

UPDATED June 18, 2015 08:21 PM

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