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Wichita Mid-Continent Airport Breaks Ground on New Terminal

Wichita Mid-Continent Airport Breaks Ground on New Terminal

Ground has been broken on a new 12-gate terminal for Wichita Mid-Continent Airport,…

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Chambers Street Properties Acquires 1.1M SF Warehouse/Distribution Facility

Chambers Street Properties Acquires 1.1M SF Warehouse/Distribution Facility

Chambers Street Properties, formerly CB Richard Ellis Realty Trust, has closed on the purchase of a 1.1-million-square-foot state-of-the-art warehouse/distribution facility in the Kansas City suburb of Gardner, Kan.…

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Comprehensive Logistics Signs Lease for 517K SF Industrial Space

Comprehensive Logistics Signs Lease for 517K SF Industrial Space

B.H. Properties LLC announced it has concluded the negotiations to lease a 517,000-square-foot industrial building in Kansas City to Comprehensive Logistics Inc.…

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LANE4 Lands Two Major Healthcare Tenants for $50M Mixed-Use Development

LANE4 Lands Two Major Healthcare Tenants for $50M Mixed-Use Development

Two major healthcare tenants will be anchoring the second phase of LANE4 Property Group's 39Rainbow, a $50 million mixed-use development in Kansas City, Kan.…

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Hyatt Plans to Return to Kansas City with 229-Room Mixed-Use Development

Hyatt Plans to Return to Kansas City with 229-Room Mixed-Use Development

Hyatt Hotels Corp. announced plans to re-enter the Kansas City market with a new 225-room luxury hotel near the Country Club Plaza,…

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UMKC Releases Downtown Arts Campus Studies

UMKC Releases Downtown Arts Campus Studies

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The University of Missouri-Kansas City announced it has narrowed down the search for the future location of the Downtown Campus for the Arts to three potential sites. As previously reported by Commercial Property Executive, the planned downtown art campus, which is set to feature in…

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Kansas City Council Prepares Hefty Tax Incentive Package to Attract Freightquote.com

Kansas City Council Prepares Hefty Tax Incentive Package to Attract Freightquote.com

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Kansas City Council is preparing a hefty tax incentive package to lure Freightquote.com to cross the state line, The Kansas City Business Journal reports. The current headquarters of the online shipping company is in Lenexa at 16025 West 113th Street, but Kansas City proposes…

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Cordish Companies will Add Two Residential Developments to the Power & Light District

Cordish Companies will Add Two Residential Developments to the Power & Light District

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The developer of the Power & Light District, Baltimore-based Cordish Companies, is planning to add two residential projects to the mix, which will represent a $70 million investment, The Kansas City Star reports. Located in the heart of downtown Kansas City, with more than a…

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New Luxury Apartment Community Planned at New Longview; Independence Avenue CID Proposed

New Luxury Apartment Community Planned at New Longview; Independence Avenue CID Proposed

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor A new luxury apartment community, planned in west Lee’s Summit, has drawn opposition from local residents, Lee’s Summit Journal reports. The $25 million project, called Hearthview at New Longview, calls for the construction of between 250 and 270 units on a vacant parcel southeast of…

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Perceptive Software Inc. and FMH CoreSource Announce Plans to Relocate

Perceptive Software Inc. and FMH CoreSource Announce Plans to Relocate

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Perceptive Software Inc., a Lexmark company, has announced plans to relocate from its headquarters at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Kansas Highway 7 to Lenexa City Center. The company, which indicated that it has outgrown its current location, submitted its proposal to Lenexa officials, The Kansas…

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New 363-Bed Dormitory Announced Near UMKC and Rockhurst; Glimcher Realty Trust Expands Portfolio in Leawood

New 363-Bed Dormitory Announced Near UMKC and Rockhurst; Glimcher Realty Trust Expands Portfolio in Leawood

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph plans to construct a 363-bed dormitory targeting the students of Rockhurst University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Kansas City Star reports. The former St. Francis Xavier School, on Troost Avenue, which has been empty since 2009, will…

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Missouri General Assembly Passes Land Bank Bill

Missouri General Assembly Passes Land Bank Bill

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Greater Kansas City Local Initiatives Support Corp. announced the Missouri General Assembly passed the legislation which supports the establishment of a land bank in Kansas City. Julie Porter, Greater Kansas City LISC Executive Director, said, “The passage of this important legislation is a victory…

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