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Chateau Avalon In Bed With Choice Hotels

Chateau Avalon, a 61-room hotel near the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan., with uniquely themed suites such as "Camelot" and "Tuscany," has entered into a partnership with Rockville, Md.-based Choice Hotels, in which the latter lists Avalon under its…

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Expect More Jackson County Property Tax Appeals

Property owners in Jackson County now have until July 29 to filed a property tax assessment appeal with the county. The prior deadline was today.The county has already received in excess of 21,000 appeals to property assessments that, in some…

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Langenkamp Out at EDCKC

Robert Langenkamp is stepping down as president and chief executive officer of the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, effective July 8. His interim replacement is Greg Flisram, senior vice president of business and real estate development, who has been…

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Flooded Missouri Small Businesses Eligible for Fed Funds

The damaging floods in the region seem never ending this year, and property owners have certainly felt the pain.  For some small-business owners in the Kansas City, Mo., region, though, some of that might be abated. Non-farm and non-agricultural small…

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Kansas City Rent Growth Lower Than U.S. Average

[caption id="attachment_22245" align="alignleft" width="460"] Arterra, a luxury high rise in the Crossroads, has spaces for rent.[/caption] Here's some good news for residential renters and not-as-good-news for landlords: Kansas City rent growth year over year rose 2.8 percent, below the national…

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Steuve Siegel Chalks Up Huge Win in $1.5B Equifax Case

One of Ingram's Best Companies to Work might now be an even more attractive workplace. Law firm Steuve Siegel Hanson LLP, of Kansas City, was…


Snow Creek Parent Peak Resorts Selling for $264 Million

Peak Resorts, the owner of the Snow Creek ski park in Weston and 15 other facilities across the country, is getting purchased by Vail Resorts…


South K.C. Getting $68 Million Niagra Water Plant

Bottled-water company Niagra Bottling is building a $68 million, 420,000-square-foot production facility in CenterPoint Intermodal Center, at the corner of Highway 71 and Missouri Route…


Would Stopping 'Border War' Help Landlords?

The end of the 'border war' in the the Kansas City metro area that gives tax incentives to businesses to cross the state line could…


Aratana's Fast Growth Leads to $245 Million Sale

Aranta Therapeutics, a Leawood-based pet-pharmaceutical company, is being acquired by Elanco Health Animal Health, based in Indiana, for about $254 million, in a deal recently…


Former UMB CEO Hagedorn Takes Valley National Job

[caption id="attachment_12279" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hagedorn in 2017.[/caption] Michael Hagedorn, the former president and chief executive officer of UMB Financial Corp., is now the chief financial…


K.C. Shared-Office Space Keeps Expanding With WeWork Addition

Co-working, or office spaces used by multiple different companies, is an international trend that has taken off over the last few years, and Kansas City…


B&B Theatres Part of Major Northland Mixed-Use Plan

A massive mixed-use development in the northern part of Kansas City, straddling Clay and Platte counties near highways 169 and 152 has a second anchor…


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Opinion

Only a Deep-Stater Could Prefer D.C. to K.C.

There’s more to life here than lower home prices, but you have to keep an open mind to discover the…


Jackson County’s Biggest Blunder of All Time

The appraisal disaster might just be the worst failure of county government ever. And that’s saying something. In the long,…