Architecture & Design

July 2021 Digital Edition

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Buck O’Neil bridge to cost $220M

The Missouri Department of Transportation released renderings of the new Buck O’Neil Bridge Tuesday. Earlier this month, Massman-Clarkson, a Joint Venture was chosen as the project’s design-build contractor. The renderings show a simplified design for the key downtown connector. The project… more

A Whole New World

Ingram's 2021 Historical Perspectives Series: Commercial Real Estate Everything you thought you knew about the history of commercial real estate in Kansas City? Put it on a shelf: That history is being rewritten right now. Various megatrends for years had… more

275-Unit Multifamily Complex Will Go Up in Independence

A Tulsa development company already planning a large apartment complex in Belton is adding another to its list with The Falls, a 275-unit complex that will be build near the Bass Pro Shop site in Independence. Case & Associates Properties… more

New academic building for Drury University to break ground at end of October

Drury University will break ground on its first new academic building in two decades at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29. A limited number of guests, including donors, trustees, civic leaders and members of the campus community, will attend the… more

20 in Their Twenties … for 2020

By some demographers’ reckoning, the cohort of Americans between 20 and 29 years old is now almost evenly divided between Millennials and Generation Z. As the latter group continues to lay the cornerstones for careers, the late-stage Millennials are kicking… more

The 2020 Ingram’s 250

Time for some Ingram’s 250 math: What’s i250 x 5? If you came up with 1,250, hats off to your grade-school math teachers—their lessons clearly took hold. But with this being the fifth year of our recognition of the 250… more

Reverb apartments in Crossroads nears completion, set to open in August

Designed and developed by Burns & McDonnell and Copaken Brooks, Reverb, a new addition to the Kansas City skyline, is now the second high-rise apartment project to be built in the Crossroads, after Arterra. Set to open in August, the… more

Residence hall design changes prompted by COVID-19

As universities and colleges look to design new residence halls after the current global health crisis, they will be challenged with how to safely house students while still providing for their social and academic development. Social interactions have taken on… more

Design changes possible for large event venues due to COVID-19

In an era of social distancing and increasing contactless options, architects in Kansas City are seeing more clients with questions about implementing social distancing guidelines, moving to touchless systems and more. Architect Nate Appleman with HOK, a design, architecture, engineering… more