Historic Jeserich Owner Plans to Demo Soon, No Future Plan for Now

(Editor's note, April 28: A landmark designation application has been filed by the Fourth District Council members, Katheryn Shields and Eric Bunch, for the...

After 50 Years at Truman, Royals and Chiefs Looking at Amicable Split

By Kevin Collison After a half century being a couple at the Truman Sports Complex, the Chiefs and Royals are leaning toward an amicable breakup,...

Plan to Cap Freeway Dividing Downtown Wins Strong Fed and Private Support

By Kevin Collison Federal elected officials joined Mayor Quinton Lucas Friday to say they're confident funding can be arranged to build a four-block park deck...

Development Agency Ignores City Hall, Rejects $62M River Market Apartment Plan

By Kevin Collison A $62 million River Market apartment project backed by City Hall had its incentive request rejected by the PIEA board Thursday, another...

City Manager Brian Platt Talks About Potential Railroad HQ Expansion, Police

By Kevin Collison City Manager Brian Platt continues his conversation with CityScene KC covering topics including a potential expansion by Kansas City Southern once...

City Manager Brian Platt Q & A: ‘Good Progress’ on Decking South Loop

By Kevin Collison City Manager Brian Platt has been on the job 16 months since coming here from Jersey City in December 2020. He recently sat...

Westport High School Apartment Redevelopment Underway

By Kevin Collison Work has begun on the $52.2 million renovation of the historic Westport High School building into a 138-unit residential project called The...

New Atlanta Ballpark Considered Model for Royals Coming Downtown

By Kevin Collison If you're curious about the game plan for a potential Royals downtown ballpark, the new  home of the Atlanta Braves may offer...

Jackson County Moving Up to Quality Hill

By Kevin Collison Jackson County is moving to Quality Hill, that is 200 of its administrative employees now working at the historic, downtown Courthouse building. The...

Major Renovation Project Part of Kansas City PBS ‘Picture This’ Initiative

By Kevin Collison Kansas City PBS has begun the public phase of its "Picture This" campaign, a $16.5 million initiative that will renovate its office...