Cordish Co.’s first apartment tower is getting millions of dollars in public subsidies. But should the next tower get a similar deal?
Cordish Co.’s first apartment tower is getting millions of dollars in public subsidies. But should the next tower get a similar deal? Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Cordish Co.’s first apartment tower is getting millions of dollars in public subsidies. But should the next tower get a similar deal? Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

As Kansas City’s downtown grows, taxpayer subsidies can decline

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