Over the next five years, about 500 residents of the Chouteau Courts housing project (seen in the 1200 block of Independence Avenue) may be relocated to smaller mixed-income sites. The move would be part of a project to improve the area’s educational, health, business development and social services. Residents say the changes can’t come soon enough to a complex that was built in 1959.
Over the next five years, about 500 residents of the Chouteau Courts housing project (seen in the 1200 block of Independence Avenue) may be relocated to smaller mixed-income sites. The move would be part of a project to improve the area’s educational, health, business development and social services. Residents say the changes can’t come soon enough to a complex that was built in 1959. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Over the next five years, about 500 residents of the Chouteau Courts housing project (seen in the 1200 block of Independence Avenue) may be relocated to smaller mixed-income sites. The move would be part of a project to improve the area’s educational, health, business development and social services. Residents say the changes can’t come soon enough to a complex that was built in 1959. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

Kansas City hopes to replace deteriorating Chouteau Courts housing project

January 27, 2015 06:33 PM

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