Architecture & Design


KC Corporations See Potential in Minority Entrepreneurs

Today is graduation day for 30 Kansas City-area participants in a program called Strategy and Business Development for Minority Business Entrepreneurs—a 2½ -day intensive education program for executives, brought to Kansas City by the Ivy League staff of Dartmouth College's  Tuck School… more

Survey Cites the Effect of Cash Flow on Business Growth

It may sound obvious but apparently, businesses around the world would be in better shape if everybody paid their bills on time. According to Colin Sharp, senior vice president at a company called C2FO, “There is a significant opportunity for… more

Historic Building Renaissance in the Garment District

The adjoining McCarren Millinery and Hershberger & Rosenthal buildings at 915 Broadway—once important locations in Kansas City’s Garment District—are slated for new life as a residential apartment property. Yarco Development has announced that they have secured financing and begun construction… more

St. Louis Design Firm Expanding Into Kansas City

     Kansas City's status in the design world will take on additional heft next week when St. Louis-based SWT Design opens its office in the Crossroads District. The 21-year-old firm specializes in landscape architecture, planning, and urban design.       Jim… more