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Old Posted Jul 16, 2018, 8:26 PM
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1800 Walnut would be at least some residential. It's posted above.
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Old Posted Jul 18, 2018, 7:58 PM
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Is there any residential new development in downtown KC or just hotels and conversions?
You've asked the same question in the past and were answered with a list of dozens of new non conversion projects. I'm sure you saw the response to your statement. Are you serious or trolling?
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Milhaus Mixed Use Development at 19th and Oak Wins Zoning Approval

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The Crossroads is going to just blossom within the next five years.
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Old Posted Jul 23, 2018, 4:22 PM
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Bird - Electric Scooters





The Bird scooters arrived within the past two weeks and saw them for the first time Saturday in the River Market. Additional transit methods encourage more downtown activity and point to a growing core. Exciting stuff!


https://cityscenekc.com/bird-arrives...t-controversy/
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More funky cool developments in funky cool old warehouses.

Historic West Bottoms warehouses to see new life as mixed-use development
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The “vibe” of the century-old West Bottoms warehouses that have become synonymous with First Friday antique shopping and haunted houses caught the eye of a Cleveland-based developer planning a $68 million mixed-use development.

“We did look at buildings in River Market and Crossroads but just liked the vibe down in the West Bottoms,” said Melissa Ferchill, president of MCM Co. Inc.

More than 250 market-rate apartments, a restaurant and a small retail space, like a convenience store or coffee shop, are planned across three warehouses in the historic West Bottoms neighborhood. A fourth building will be converted into a parking garage with a car elevator. Residents of the loft buildings will have valet service, Ferchill said.
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Proposed: Hyatt House Hotel- 900 Broadway
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Old Posted Jul 26, 2018, 2:36 PM
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Former KC Star Redevelopment




A food hall, boutique grocer and office complex along 18th Street is planned along with renovation of the historic Star building.



https://cityscenekc.com/ambitious-95...round-parking/
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2018, 12:28 AM
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That would definitely be a good area for a grocery store of some kind.
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Hoping this potential project will quickly pick up some steam!!

Advocates for South Loop Deck to Seek MoDOT Support


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The South Loop decking proposal continues to evolve as a working committee prepares to discuss the ambitious concept with state transportation officials and a decision already made to drop one block from the plan.
The proposal, first reported in CityScene KC last March, calls for reconnecting downtown with the Crossroads by decking the South Loop (I-670) trench.

A study by HNTB engineering estimated a four-block stretch between Grand and Wyandotte could be covered with a landscaped park for about $139 million, significantly less than earlier decking proposals.
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