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Old Posted Jul 3, 2017, 4:46 AM
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I'm sure they will. Hopefully, those office towers will be built and look less like they were built in 1982!! Overall, a great plan to utilize an area that needed a lot of work. If they can get the streetcar down there, that will be great!!

Yea, they are just placeholders. The finished product won't look anything like the rendering, we all know that.
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Old Posted Jul 3, 2017, 4:48 AM
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Isn't that LAX though?
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Old Posted Jul 3, 2017, 7:37 AM
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Isn't that LAX though?
lol, i've never been to LAX altough i'd assume that new airports look similar. here is a link to the architects website which shows one of the photos that i posted. larger one also came directly from the developer.

http://www.burnsmcd.com/insightsnews...ateSelection=1

https://twitter.com/BurnsMcDonnell/s...30568009650177
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I'm sure they will. Hopefully, those office towers will be built and look less like they were built in 1982!!
1982? More like, 1962.
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Big mixed-use project planned in Lee's Summit.

Huge mixed-use project adds contractor, other team members
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The project, to be built out over 10 years, calls for 602,000 square feet of industrial and flex space, 95,000 square feet of office, 88,225 square feet of retail and restaurant, 384 apartment units totaling 506,950 square feet, 1,548 structured parking stalls and 1,026 surface parking spaces.
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Some construction pics from May 8th. Haven't gotten around to posting them until now.

Apex at Quality Hill





Summit at Quality Hill









This was a bike shop/coffee shop they were just about to open. It's surely open by now, at the ground floor of the Washington St side of Summit, kinda at the left in the view just above.





This is the view from Washington St, across from the south end of Summit

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I'm not sure what the name of this project is, but it's yet another renovation, this time south of the county courthouse on the east side of downtown. Took these a few weeks ago.





This is the back side of it. The parking lot there would be a great spot for an adjoining highrise apt tower.

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I think that's going to be a hotel of some kind.
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Well this certainly sucks!

Lawsuit, other delays interrupt ‘greener-than-green’ River Market apartment construction
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The internationally touted apartment project on the edge of Kansas City’s River Market was supposed to be open by now.

Instead, the $62 million “passive house” development, promising better energy efficiency than the highest LEED-certified standards, remains less than half done, and construction is stalled.

The general contractor stopped work on the 276-unit property named Second and Delaware in June and sued the developer, alleging $969,501 in unpaid construction bills.
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The bottom photo looks like the Houston Hobby Airport international terminal.
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Old Posted Jul 13, 2017, 1:25 AM
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The newest Loews Convention Hotel Renderings:
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Construction has started on ARTerra, a 12-story, 126 unit building in the Crossroads neighborhood.
https://www.bizjournals.com/kansasci...oks-altus.html



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Old Posted Jul 20, 2017, 2:49 AM
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I drove by there the other day. Everything is fenced off and dirt churned up. It's gonna look nice. I hear people complaining that it's another tower that people can't afford to live in, but to me, it's a matter of supply vs demand. It is what it is!!
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River Market West

And another surface lot is gone. Tax incentives have been granted for 116 residential units.

https://cityscenekc.com/river-market-we ... t-project/


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^ I was wondering when they would do something with that empty lot.
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first look at the Ambassador hotel expansion. Construction is scheduled to begin in October. Hopefully that is enough time for the architects to change literally everything about this design (or at least add windows to the side of it.)

Edited: Found a color photo and replaced the original.


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Old Kansas City Star Building Sold and will be redeveloped into offices.

Parking Garages Added and will accomidate 1,200 employees

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Whole Foods/Apartments Progress

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Old Posted Jul 25, 2017, 4:47 AM
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The old Hotel Bray will be converted to 29 affordable apartments. Very small footprint but it's a beautiful building.

https://cityscenekc.com/historic-hot...as-apartments/



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