Leasing - Kansas City

  • Block Plans $100M Industrial Development on Agricultural Site

    Block Real Estate Services Inc. recently closed on the sale of a 118.5-acre Lenexa site which is set to be transformed into a $100 million industrial development.

    04 June 2013 15:17
  • 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 City Business Journal reports. According [...]

    08 June 2012 14:59
  • 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 be demolished to make way [...]

    01 June 2012 20:19
  • TIF Commission of Kansas City Favors Incentives for $142.5 M Towne Center Development

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City has recommended the approval of incentives for the $142.5 million Towne Center development in Clay County, The Kansas City Business Journal reports. The project, led by Kansas City-based CBC Real Estate Group, calls for over 1 million square feet of retail space [...]

    18 May 2012 16:04
  • CBRE Group Inc. Announces Sale of Rosehill Pointe Apartments

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor CBRE Group Inc. has announced the sale of the 498-unit Rosehill Pointe Apartments in Lenexa. The garden-style community, located at 12701 W. 88th Circle, was built in 1985 and has benefited from over $1.4 million in capital repairs since 2007. The property was acquired by Kansas City-based Maxus Realty Trust [...]

    15 April 2012 20:23
  • Neptune Apartments Sold to Price Brothers

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Highwoods Properties has sold Neptune Apartments to Overland Park developer Price Brothers for $11 million, The Kansas City Star reports. The Country Club Plaza has been at the center of public attention for some time, with the Neptune Apartments at the epicenter of an ensuing battle. The North Carolina owner [...]

    16 March 2012 16:00
  • Roeland Park and Mission in Conflict Over Walmart Location

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor While the border war between Kansas and Missouri saw a breakthrough as the two joined forces to keep the Marine Data Center from relocating to New Orleans, the Kansas City Star now reports Roeland Park is accusing its neighbor Mission of poaching its biggest retailer, Walmart, in order to kick-start [...]

    12 March 2012 04:02
  • Owner of the Historic Cosby Hotel Building Proposes Office/Retail Redevelopment Plan

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Cosby Hotel building has a chance to dodge the wrecking ball as Sunflower Development Group plans to present a redevelopment plan for the historic construction, The Kansas City Business Journal reports. The 15,000-square-foot building was built in 1881 and was initially an office building for doctors before becoming a [...]

    31 January 2012 14:22
  • Briarcliff Realty Plans 298-Unit Development; Aragon Holdings Expands Portfolio

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Briarcliff Realty is planning to build an apartment community south of the Tuileries Plaza retail center, the Kansas City Star reports. The 298-unit development, Village at Burlington Creek, was approved by the Kansas City Planning Commission, and upon approval from the Kansas City Council,the construction could begin by March. The [...]

    16 December 2011 16:45
  • Historic U.S. Courthouse in Downtown Kansas City Redeveloped into Apartments

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The redevelopment of the former Kansas City downtown federal courthouse into an apartment building is complete. The Kansas City Star reports Mayor Sly James participated in the inaugural ceremony which marked the completion of a grueling redevelopment that started five years ago. James describes it as a unique environment and [...]

    13 December 2011 00:23
  • Kansas City TIF Commission Approves Redevelopment Plan for Stalled Antioch Mall

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The long-stalled redevelopment of the Antioch Mall seems to be back on track as the Kansas City Tax Increment Financing Commission unanimously approved the plan proposed by the new owners of the mall, Antioch Redevelopment Partners LLC. The Kansas City Star reports the Kansas City Council is expected to approve [...]

    21 November 2011 03:19
  • Kemper Arena Will Be Demolished to Make Way for New Financially Viable Facility

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The American Royal Association and the Kemper family announced plans to tear down Kemper Arena and build a new Agricultural Events Center. Built in 1974, the arena was initially intended to host only American Royal events but it expanded into a full civic arena. The Kemper family provided the land [...]

    06 November 2011 22:50