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July 2021 Digital Edition

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Northland Multisports Complex Breaks Ground

Construction is beginning on a $36 million multi-sport facility north of the river. The complex, near Missouri Highway 152 and Platte Purchase Drive, will have ten synthetic turf fields to be used for soccer, football, baseball, softball and lacrosse. It will… more

Construction timeline, incentive request change for Bluhawk Sports Park project

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$220.8M NextGen health facility on MU campus eyes fall 2021 grand opening date 

Nearly a year after the University of Missouri's announcement of a $2 million donation to NextGen Health Institute, rollout plans have been decided. The university started building the NextGen Health Institute in June 2019. While the building is still under construction, the internal… more

Bluhawk Sports Park revised plan receives council approval

Approved plans for the Bluhawk Sports Park in Overland Park, Kan. have developers hoping they can soon begin Phase 1 of the $1 billion mixed-use project. The city's Planning Commission on Monday approved a revised final plan for park to… more

Mark Twain Tower revamp proposal secures financing

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Project starts to add 676,000 SF to KCI Intermodal

Developer Trammell Crow Co. and partner Clarion Partners LLC have broken ground on two Class A warehouse and distribution facilities in KCI Intermodal BusinessCentre. Construction is expected to complete by the end of 2021. The first will be a 216,320-square-foot… more

KC Council sets stage for $8.2 billion in Golden Plains Tech Park incentives

City Council members on Thursday unanimously approved a Chapter 100 industrial development plan and bond request that could see $8.2 billion in incentives granted over 37 years to developers of Golden Plains Technology Park, should it achieve its projected scale. Diode Ventures… more

$600M requested for Johnson County Gateway road project

The city of Lenexa bypassed the Kansas Department of Transportation and instead requested about $600 million from the federal government to pay for the third phase of the Johnson County Gateway roads project. Funding has been requested to pay for… more

Grain Belt Express progress on slow roll

The Grain Belt Express is starting to acquire land along its route spanning across nearly the width of both states. Despite the start, landowners, local officials and some Missouri lawmakers continue to push back, arguing the project will be destructive… more