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(Bob Specht) #1

Location: 2290 W Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO 64108
Investment: TBD
Groundbreaking: Summer 2016
Planned Completion: Mid 2017

Developer: Cityscape Residential (project page)
Architect: Helix Architecture+Design
Construct: TBD

Type: Residential
Units: 221 apartments
Pricing: Market

Construction: New
Height: 6 floors
Space: TBD

Parking: Parking garage (new)
Transit: TBD

Tax Abatement: 25yr/70%


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(Bob Specht) #2

Looks like groundbreaking will be this Summer.


(Bob Specht) #3

No groundbreaking yet.

Look like plans are still moving forward, though.

KC Biz Journal Little park could pack a big punch for Crossroads

The proposal is included in CityScape Residential’s plans for new apartment buildings abutting the park. The Indianapolis-based developer’s Crossroads West project will add 275 to 300 apartment units near the park.

CityScape would be the owner and operator of the park, Stockman said, and the proposal helped solidify the developer’s interest in the site.


(Michael W. ) #4

This just went out to bid for subs. Mid-November is when bids are due. I would say anticipated construction will begin early next year.


(Bob Specht) #5

Announcement of funding for the project, in addition to Apex and Summit. Looks as if there has been some demolition work in the area recently.

Cityscape Residential Secures $175 Million to Develop Four New Apartment Communities throughout Midwest


(M Hudson) #6

The article also states that they “have additional sites under contract in the Kansas City, Mo. market.”

I would be curious to know what else they have planned for the market.


(M Hudson) #7

A new rendering of this project is up on the Helix website.


(Bob Specht) #8

This one looks newer or more complete than previous too. Appears to be facing SW.


(Bob Specht) #9


(Bob Specht) #10

Structure pictured above is now mostly torn down.


(Bob Specht) #11

Coming out of the ground, significantly.


(Bob Specht) #12

Completed – leasing well.