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A new townhouse development is breaking ground in Columbus Park

Columbus Park is preparing for a groundbreaking ceremony this week to commemorate the Columbus Park Townhomes project.

Columbus Park Townhomes KCtoday

We can already imagine peaceful mornings on the balcony.

Photo via Wardell & Holmes Real Estate

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Meet 1015 Pacific St. — Columbus Park’s newest real estate development project.

Columbus Park is one of Kansas City’s historic neighborhoods, located north of Independence Avenue and separated from the River Market by Missouri Route 9.

The area has seen a multitude of local businesses pop up over the last three years, like Cafe Cà Phê, Wolfpack BBQ, and Lily’s Floral Designs. Now, it’s welcoming a townhouse development, bringing a new living option to the neighborhood.

Second floor CP Townhomes Rendering KCtoday

Check out this bird’s eye view of the second-floor townhouse rendering. Hello, walk-in closet.

Rendering via Wardell & Holmes Real Estate

About the property

The Columbus Park Townhomes project is led by DAK Pacific LLC and Wardell & Holmes Real Estate. Last year, the project received a 10-year property tax abatement for both construction components to support the site after 20 years of vacancy.

Each 1,900-sqft townhouse will include three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a two car garage. The apartments will be one bedroom and offer surface parking for residents. Other amenities + perks include:

  • Private balconies
  • Stainless-steel appliances
  • Electric vehicle charging
  • Additional storage space
  • Low Homeowners Association fees

Each townhouse will come with a $665,000 price tag and apartments will go for ~$1,500 per month. Project leaders anticipate a summer 2024 completion.

Breaking ground

Construction will officially begin later this week — and you’re invited. Here are the details on the groundbreaking ceremony:

When: Friday, Sept. 22 at 9 a.m.
Where: 1015 Pacific St., Kansas City, MO
Watch: The groundbreaking + words from local leaders
Enjoy: Complimentary food and drink

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