Proposal Would Redevelop Historic Westport High as Apartments

(Editor's note: The PIEA board approved a blight study for the Westport High School redevelopment proposal on Oct. 15, the first step in the...

KC a National Leader Converting Old Buildings to Apartments

By Kevin Collison Kansas City ranks among the top 10 cities in the country when it comes to converting older buildings to apartments, the large...

Mac Wraps Up Red Cross, Big Armour Crossing Rez Project Starts Soon

By Kevin Collison The former American Red Cross building in Midtown has been reborn as the ARC on Armour apartments, the latest residential project in...

Developers Pursuing Big Residential Projects at 18th & Vine District

By Kevin Collison Private developers are pursuing two major residential and retail projects in the 18th & Vine District that would revitalize an approximately two-block...

New Royals Owner Talks About Downtown Baseball, East Village

(Editor's note: This article first appeared in CityScene KC on Jan. 3, 2020) While cautioning it’s early in the game, John Sherman, the new owner...

Key State Affordable Housing Tax Credit Program Poised for Revival

(Editor's note, the Missouri Housing Development Commission voted to restore funding for the state Low Income Housing Tax Credit program on Sept. 25) By Kevin...

Big Redevelopment Plan in Works for Historic KC Armory on Main Street

(Editor's note: CityScene KC is taking a little time off to recharge its batteries in the Black Hills. Following the recent FTA decision to fund...

Crossroads Chilling Thanks to New Pipeline from River Market

By Kevin Collison After disrupting downtown for more than a year laying a chilled-water pipeline below Wyandotte, Vicinity Energy has tapped into the new convention...

Another Apartment Project Adding to Troost Revival

By Kevin Collison Another new apartment project is in the works for a key stretch of Troost Avenue that's already seen several major new residential...

City Club Apartments Open

By Kevin Collison The City Club Apartments, a sprawling development that revived much of a key Crossroads block, is beginning to accept residents and plans...