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  • Crossroads Arts District TIF project money being challenged

    Tour of dilapidated building at 1640 Baltimore, in the Crossroads Arts District, where the use of TIF project money is being challenged to renovate the building as the new BNIM architecture headquarters. Jerry Riffel, the lawyer for building developer Shirley Helzberg, explains the reason tax increment financing is needed. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star

Tour of dilapidated building at 1640 Baltimore, in the Crossroads Arts District, where the use of TIF project money is being challenged to renovate the building as the new BNIM architecture headquarters. Jerry Riffel, the lawyer for building developer Shirley Helzberg, explains the reason tax increment financing is needed. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star jsleezer@kcstar.com
Tour of dilapidated building at 1640 Baltimore, in the Crossroads Arts District, where the use of TIF project money is being challenged to renovate the building as the new BNIM architecture headquarters. Jerry Riffel, the lawyer for building developer Shirley Helzberg, explains the reason tax increment financing is needed. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star jsleezer@kcstar.com

Sly James, Shirley Helzberg can help make worthwhile BNIM project a reality

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