‘Best-in-Class’ Entertainment Venue Planned for Plaza’s Jack Henry

By Kevin Collison The vacant Jack Henry building at 47th and Jefferson is slated for a $44 million renovation to ready it for a hot...

Streetcar-Linked Affordable Housing Incentive Plan On Track for City Hall

By Kevin Collison A proactive approach to encourage making affordable housing part of the redevelopment boom anticipated along the planned streetcar extension route is on...

Apartment Project with Affordable Units Proposed for Riverfront

By Kevin Collison Prairie Fire Development is proposing a $15 million apartment project with up to 75 units, more than half reserved as affordable, on...

New AT&T Building Owner Plans $63M Overhaul to Premium Office Space

By Kevin Collison The new owner of the former AT&T building at 500 E. Eighth St. is proposing to completely overhaul the 1973 office tower...

South Dakota Developer Plans Six-Story Hotel in Garment District

By Kevin Collison A 149-room hotel is planned for a parking lot at Ninth and Wyandotte, next door to the historic Savoy Hotel which reopened...

More ‘Wonder’ on Troost, New Restaurant Opening

By Kevin Collison The Wonder Shops + Flats redevelopment at 30th and Troost is almost fully leased eight months after opening, evidence the nascent revival...

Kimpton Wins City Incentives, $95M Luxury Hotel Plans 2021 Opening

By Kevin Collison A $95 million Kimpton Hotel that would serve as the gateway to a proposed cultural district of Kansas City's premier art institutions...

Sponsored Post: When Amazon Came Calling, Downtown Nashville was Ready

Editor's note: In April, the Downtown Council invited CityScene KC to attend an Urban Land Institute Conference in Nashville, Tennessee with a leadership delegation...

Acme Building Revived as Home for KC Artists Coalition and Apartments

By Kevin Collison A once-battered and empty building at 3200 Gillham Road will be the new home of the Kansas City Artists Coalition, part of...

Port KC Endorses Downtown Office Projects, Big Google Deal; Potential Affordable Housing Discussed

By Kevin Collison The Port KC board took a big development dive Monday, endorsing plans for two downtown office buildings, learning affordable housing may be...