Be the broker and brainstorm ideas for the open spaces along the future Kansas City Streetcar line.
During the State of the University address, Chancellor Mauli Agrawal announced a pedestrian plaza closed off to traffic as well as new buildings near the incoming streetcar stop.
From 25-ft wide sidewalks to curbless roads, this plan is ready to take 18th and Vine to the next level.
The two recently approved projects will add more residents and nightlife to the River Market and Berkley Riverfront.
On top of upcoming city-changing events, business and development leaders pointed to these signs.
Leaders are targeting a spring 2024 opening.
KC is on the precipice of these city-altering events happening over the next four years.
What do you want to see at the urban park?
We are approaching our final destination.
KC’s riverfront has become a popular spot for development since 2017.
Buying or selling in 2023? Here’s what makes KC a predicted hotspot in the new year.
Celebrating how KC continues to rise to a new level.
This new Garment District space is part of the Carnival Building renovation.
We’re sharing our readers’ list of pros and cons.
Imagine this street without the cars.
Making not just KC history, but global women’s sports history.
Vertical development is here to stay at Berkley Riverfront.
Good news for Kansas City.
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