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Old Posted Nov 5, 2018, 7:59 PM
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Arterra Close to Finished.

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Loews Hotel Update as of 11/4/18

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New construction of a food hall and twin pavilions at 18th and Grand will bring groceries and more than 500 underground parking spaces to Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District. Hollis + Miller Architects.

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Looks nice! Also off topic question does KC have a lot of trees?
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Looks nice! Also off topic question does KC have a lot of trees?
You'd be amazed at at all the trees in the KC area. Yes, they're everywhere.
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Looks nice! Also off topic question does KC have a lot of trees?
this is a photo of midtown KC, every one of those tree's are in someone's yard. there are trees literally everywhere in KC.



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Nice view of Midtown!
I travel from LA to KC for business and have been walking and exploring Kansas City's neighborhoods in my free time (and when the weather allows). There are some beautiful ones -- not just Downtown and Midtown.
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I grew up in OP and think this location would have been great for a more urban development, being right in the middle of everything. But based on most people I know who still live there, they all just complain about anything being built these days and hate that anything has been built in downtown OP. I don't get it, but I left the place in '87.
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Downtown YMCA. Work starts on friday (11/16/18)


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