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Watermark Starts Class A Apartments in Clay County

Indianapolis-based commercial real estate development firm Watermark Residential is building a 276-unit class A apartment complex in Kansas City, in Clay County. It will be located at 8101 Northwest Barrybrooke Drive, just east of Interstate 29. Watermark recently purchased 26…

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We’re In an Economic Crisis. But Companies Are Hiring

Several major companies are hiring right now despite COVID-19's significant downward-pull on the economy and the historic stock market crash. All of them have a significant presence in the Kansas City Metro area and could potentially ease the pain for…

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Watermark Starts Class A Apartments in Clay County

Indianapolis-based commercial real estate development firm Watermark Residential is building a 276-unit class A apartment complex in Kansas City, in Clay County. It will be located at 8101 Northwest Barrybrooke Drive, just east of Interstate 29. Watermark recently purchased 26…

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KS Gov. Kelley Providing Hospitality Industry Financial Relief

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has announced the allocation of $5 million to go to businesses in the hospitality industry impacted by COVID-19. Businesses could get a one-time loan of $20 million at zero percent interest without required payments for four…

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Independence Center Closes, And Shopping Centers Limit Hours

Independence Center, with more than 100 retailers in one million square feet, is closing its doors until March 30. Other retail centers are limiting their hours, and closing food courts. A statement on the website of the mall, which is…

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United Airlines Suspends K.C.-San Francisco Route

United Airlines has decided to temporary halt flights between Kansas City International and San Francisco International Airport, as well as several routes between other cities around the country. Meanwhile, starting mid next month, Southwest Airlines said it would bring flights…

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UMKC Having Virtual Graduation

The University of Missouri-Kansas City students will still graduate in May, but the commencement survey will be virtual. The decision was made after a survey…


Q&A with: Clyde McQueen, Full Employment Council

“I think lot of innovation will come out of this,” says Clyde McQueen, CEO of the Full Employment Council in Kansas City. Until then, business…


KU School of Medicine Sending Reinforcements

         The University of Kansas School of Medicine is joining the ranks of institutions like Harvard University and New York University to…


Blue KC Waves Co-Pays, Takes Other Measures

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, which provides insurance services to more than 1 million people in the greater Kansas City area, announced…


Employment Falls By 700,000 in March

Total payroll employment in March fell by 701,000 primarily due to COVID-19, according to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report, and the unemployment…


KU Health Says COVID-19 Census Steady

The University of Kansas Health System reported this morning that its inpatient census of COVID-19 was unchanged since Friday, at 33, a hopeful sign that…


Banks Cleared to Make Relief Loans

Federal relief for small businesses slammed with cash-flow challenges during the COVID-19 recession has begun flowing, as banks have the green light to begin making…


KC Housing Listings Drop Dramatically

Much as they have nationwide, home listings in the Kansas City area have dropped dramatically due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A report by Realtor.com says…


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Opinion

We’re In It Together

I‘ve lived long enough to see an enormous number of interesting and occasionally unbelievable things but I have to admit,…


Light Rail in the Age of Coronavirus

Our Portlandia-types have long had all the answers: If only they could concentrate the population in densely packed areas and…


It’s Past Time for a Viral Reality Check

One of my favorite YouTube clips of all time is a grainy video of a town-hall meeting that took place…