National Developer Proposes Big Apartment Project in Crossroads

By Kevin Collison A $95 million development that would replace a Freight House District parking lot with a nine-story apartment tower above a three-level garage...

ARTerra Opening Spurs Call for Continued Downtown Incentives

By Kevin Collison City Manager Troy Schulte used the grand opening of the $40.7 million ARTerra apartment tower in the Crossroads Wednesday to urge continued...

Super-Green Apartments ‘Leaping Out of Ground’ in River Market

By Kevin Collison Work has resumed on the 276-unit Second and Delaware apartment development after a lengthy shutdown, its energy-efficient, concrete walls rapidly rising beneath...

Mac Plans to Renovate Former Red Cross Building Into Apartments

By Kevin Collison Mac Properties plans to renovate the former American Red Cross building at 211 W. Armour Blvd. into 61 apartments, the latest installment...

West Bottoms Flats Begins Work, First to Tackle Trademark Old Warehouses

By Kevin Collison Construction is underway on the $65 million West Bottoms Flats apartment project, the biggest investment to date in the historic warehouse district...

Orangetheory Fitness Opening Soon in Crossroads

By Kevin Collison Orangetheory Fitness, the Florida-based exercise chain, is opening its 11th franchise in Metro KC in the Crossroads's space formerly occupied by The...

Armour Crossing Development Increases Parking But Some Neighbors Want More

By Kevin Collison MAC Properties has expanded the development site of its planned $78 million Armour Crossing apartment to provide more parking, but is still...

Copaken Brooks Starts Work on Crossroads Apartment Tower

Construction of a 14-story apartment tower called REVERB at 18th and Walnut kicked off Monday, according to a release from Copaken Brooks. The $40 million...

Historic 909 Walnut Building in New Hands, Second Spokes Rolling In

By Kevin Collison The historic 909 Walnut apartment building has a new owner, and one of the first changes will be the opening of a...

City Survey Reveals Rising Worries About Affordable Housing

By Kevin Collison The number of Kansas City residents concerned about the availability of affordable housing rose slightly last year, according to new city data,...