‘Auschwitz,’ Union Station’s Most Ambitious Exhibition, Runs Through January

(Editor's note: CityScene is taking some time off for a vacation, this article originally appeared on June 10.) By Kevin Collison "Auschwitz, Not Long Ago, Not...

North Kansas City Thinks Big with New Apartments, Streetcar Extension

By Kevin Collison Rising from the heart of North Kansas City, a nine-story apartment project is a prominent symbol of the big goals set by...

Ultra-Luxury Hotel Proposal by Kauffman Center Before Council

(UPDATED: Oct. 12. The full City Council rejected the Hotel Bravo! development proposal at its meeting Oct. 7 by an 11-1 vote. Councilwoman Katheryn...

KCATA Seeks Development Ideas for Tenth and Main Including New HQ

By Kevin Collison The KCATA is requesting proposals for its former transit center property at 10th and Main, including a potential new office building to...

Additional Apartments, New Park, in Works for West Bottoms

By Kevin Collison The second phase of The Yards apartment development is expected to break ground early next year in the West Bottoms and will...

Royals Owner Says Downtown Ballpark ‘One Option,’ Balks at Details

By Kevin Collison Royals owner John Sherman reaffirmed his interest in a potential downtown ballpark at a much-anticipated press conference Tuesday, but balked at providing...

West Bottoms Prison Becoming Probation Transition Center

By Kevin Collison A minimum security state prison in the West Bottoms will become a probation and parole transition center early next year and state...

Keystone Innovation Concept Makes Real Estate Moves on East 18th Street

By Kevin Collison The Keystone Community Corp. is making its first real estate moves on East 18th Street, intending to occupy a new $20 million...

Barney Allis Rebuild Adds Affordable Housing in City Manager Plan

By Kevin Collison The long saga to revitalize the aging Barney Allis Plaza and its crumbling underground garage has taken another turn, this time due...

Game On for College Basketball Experience–Coaches Group, Too

By Kevin Collison The College Basketball Experience adjoining the T-Mobile Center is reopening Thursday  with plenty of hoopla after going dark 17 months due to...