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Old Posted Oct 5, 2013, 3:58 AM
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Kansas City, MO - Better Block and more

The following photos entail Kansas City, Missouri, Better Block KC during set-up, and the Bancroft School Apartments project in no particular order. Thanks for looking.











































































































































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Nice city and pictures! Thanks for sharing.

I like Kansas City. It looks a wide city. Its downtown is interesting.

Congrats and greetings from Madrid, Spain.
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Nice city and pictures! Thanks for sharing.

I like Kansas City. It looks a wide city. Its downtown is interesting.

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Thanks Danny. There's a bit more downtown that's quite interesting architecturally, but I wasn't able to get over there during my time there. Nonetheless, I do like some of the angles I captured in my photos.

It's very much wide, but in a vertical way:


http://www.kcmo.org/CKCMO/Depts/Neig...Maps/index.htm

My photos covered only some of the Greater Downtown area and a project on the East Side.
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I really like K.C.'s skyline, nice mix of old and new architecture!
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That's a fine town indeed. Lovely pre-war bones and some stylish modern materials too. Always pleased to see it on here.
Well, Missouri's yet pretty lucky for this and St. Louis. Wish them a good bit of fair prosperity for the future.
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Well, Missouri's yet pretty lucky for this and St. Louis.
Mousquet, would you call Jeff. City and let them know. I don't think they realize it.

BigKid, lovely shots. KC has some gorgeous DT architecture.
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Thanks for the comments everyone.

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Mousquet, would you call Jeff. City and let them know. I don't think they realize it.
Some legislators can be a bit misguided at times.
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Thats a hell of a building. The tall one. What is it?

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Thats a hell of a building. The tall one. What is it?

It's the Kansas City Power and Light Building:
http://www.kchistory.org/cdm4/item_v...ISOBOX=1&REC=8
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