The Unified Government has reached an initial agreement with grocery co-op The Merc to run a grocery store in downtown Kansas City, Kan. A new location for the $6 million grocery store is at 5th and Minnesota.
The long-awaited Lipari Brothers Sun Fresh grocery at Linwood Boulevard and Prospect Avenue in the Linwood Shopping Center had its grand opening Saturday. The full service grocery has been a dream of urban core advocates and the Kansas City Council for years.
Downtown Kansas City's next luxury highrise is one step closer to reality. A City Council committee on Wednesday approved incentives for Three Light in the Power & Light District despite some opposition.
Brass on Baltimore, a high-end wedding and event space in the old Kansas City Club building, will remain open while the floors above it are converted into a luxury hotel as part of a development planned by Platform Ventures.
Construction on a 300-unit mixed-use development in the Crossroads will begin by the end of the summer, the developer said. City Club Apartments got planning commission approval to redevelop the spot where Hereford House once stood.
A $78 million mixed-use development by Mac Properties is likely coming to the intersection of Troost Avenue and Armour Boulevard in midtown. The project rezoning got approval Tuesday by a Kansas City planning commission.
The first high-end office building in several years is planned for downtown along with the conversion of the Kansas City Club into a luxury hotel and the Muehlebach building into apartments. The development is seeking tax incentives.
The Missouri House Budget Committee declined to approve low-income housing tax credits for next fiscal year. The embattled incentives have been a tangential subject in allegations of misconduct against Gov. Eric Greitens.
A Kansas City advisory board recommended a tax abatement for Three Light, a downtown apartment development planned for the Power & Light District, with some strings attached. The City Council would still need to sign off on the incentive.
Indianapolis-based Milhaus Development is growing its footprint in Kansas City with a mixed-use project planned for the corner of 19th and Oak streets in the East Crossroads. The company also has projects near Crown Center and Troost Avenue.