Craig Scranton (left) of BNIM and Peter Lacy of Lacy & Company recently toured an empty building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. Developer Shirley Helzberg wants to use public incentives to help turn the structure into a headquarters for the architectural firm.
Craig Scranton (left) of BNIM and Peter Lacy of Lacy & Company recently toured an empty building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. Developer Shirley Helzberg wants to use public incentives to help turn the structure into a headquarters for the architectural firm. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
Craig Scranton (left) of BNIM and Peter Lacy of Lacy & Company recently toured an empty building at 1640 Baltimore Ave. Developer Shirley Helzberg wants to use public incentives to help turn the structure into a headquarters for the architectural firm. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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