The One Light project, shown at the center in this drawing, kicked off the Cordish Co. plan to use millions of taxpayer dollars to help build new luxury apartments in downtown Kansas City
The One Light project, shown at the center in this drawing, kicked off the Cordish Co. plan to use millions of taxpayer dollars to help build new luxury apartments in downtown Kansas City File illustration
The One Light project, shown at the center in this drawing, kicked off the Cordish Co. plan to use millions of taxpayer dollars to help build new luxury apartments in downtown Kansas City File illustration

Cordish’s sweetheart deal builds luxury apartments on the public’s dime

April 10, 2015 09:50 AM

UPDATED April 10, 2015 09:52 AM

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