How the Kansas City Zoo is building its $75M aquarium
The Kansas City Zoo's new aquarium, which is slated to open over Labor Day weekend, is a feat of construction and engineering skill. The project is the largest capital undertaking in the zoo's history.
Oracle Cerner requires many remaining employees to return to in-office work
Oracle Cerner told employees that many of them soon will be required to work full-time from its remaining office campus. Employees had been working remotely for about three years.
Oddo Development wins final OK for first two phases of $300M Leawood project
Rick Oddo breaks down the six-phase mixed-use project in Leawood. It would include residential, office and restaurant/retail near the 135th Street and State Line Road corridor.
KC moves to sell East Village land pointed to as top prospect for Royals' downtown ballpark
Kansas City may sell more than 5 acres in the East Village to the site's master developer. The measure comes as people speculate that the area is the Kansas City Royals' top prospect for a downtown ballpark.
KC’s Noble Health entities file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Three entities tied to Kansas City-based Noble Health Corp. have filed for bankruptcy. The parent company emerged as a new player in the hospital management and ownership industry in late 2019 and aimed to reinvent rural care.
Western JoCo development at K-10/Ridgeview paves the way to future opportunity
Not that long ago, the area around the Ridgeview Road and Kansas Highway 10 interchange bore all the trappings of a rural location: lots of green space and gravel roads. Today, it’s luring hundreds of millions of dollars in development to Lenexa and Olathe. Learn more in the latest edition of Real Estate Quarterly.
REQ Q&A: Rosin says Kansas City's preservation projects keep 'a piece of our historic fabric'
Elizabeth Rosin founded Rosin Preservation about 17 years ago and since then has worked to preserve many historically and architecturally significant properties locally and nationwide. Our conversation with her is part of this edition of Real Estate Quarterly.
REQ: Here's a roundup of 6 key KC real estate developments from the first quarter
As part of our latest edition of Real Estate Quarterly, we gather some key projects that got rolling in the first quarter, from a pair of high-rises to a new East Side office building to one development that's been around so long it feels like an old friend.
City Wide Facility Solutions promotes exec to president in push to be billion-dollar company
Troy Hartman has seen City Wide Facility Solutions achieve double-digit growth every year he has been with the Lenexa franchisor. Now, as president, he will steer it toward even more growth as the company strives to hit $1 billion in revenue.