USA  ♦  Published at: 2019-06-25 15:20 | Source: Biz Journal
After four years with little movement, the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority has terminated a development agreement with Briarcliff Development Co. for its property at Third Street and Grand Boulevard, CityScene KC reports. The 1.8-acre site, which currently is a 193-space surface parking lot, was supposed to be transformed into a $112 million transit-oriented development featuring two 150,000-square-foot office towers, an approximately 2,000-square-foot multimodal transportation facility,…

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