Your Future Home is Going to Be Way Smarter Than You Think

This weekend I went down a deep rabbit hole with home automation. It started with me receiving my Amazon Echo, researching creative ways to use Alexa to its full potential, and it ended with me nearly registering for Raspberry Pi development courses online. (FYI: I didn’t register, so if you know even the basics of Raspberry Pi or other SBC hit… Read More Your Future Home is Going to Be Way Smarter Than You Think

Throwback: When Kauffman Stadium was Almost Built in the Heart of Downtown KC

RoyalsReview.com In 1966, Jackson County commissioned a report on the feasibility of constructing a new stadium in Kansas City. The Athletics played in Municipal Stadium, shared with the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL. Built in 1923, the stadium went through several expansions. In 1966, capacity for baseball was 32,560 which was 7,500 fewer seats… Read More Throwback: When Kauffman Stadium was Almost Built in the Heart of Downtown KC

“Lee’s Summit will soon be home to the finest, state of the art sports complex in Kansas City — maybe even the country”

There has been a lot of chatter over the last year on the new sports complex being built in Lees Summit, now it seems to be a reality. The complex will have restaurants, soccer fields, tennis courts, hotel, retail shops and much more becoming a contender as the #1 youth sports complex in the nation. The… Read More “Lee’s Summit will soon be home to the finest, state of the art sports complex in Kansas City — maybe even the country”

Squeezing Skyscrapers In

Tower’s tuning fork design conquers tight site   Bordered by train tracks and water, a narrow 2.5-acre plaza in Chicago is finally being developed; Innovative, core-supported structure and record-setting cantilevering columns maximize the site; Small footprint flares from 6,000-sq-ft floorplates at base to 29,000-sq-ft floors on upper 46 levels. They came, they saw… they took a… Read More Squeezing Skyscrapers In

KC Construction Boom: Sparks New Way of Doing Business

A solid economy means companies are growing, governments have bigger budgets, bets are made on RE development, and a construction industry thrives. Unfortunately like I have written before the construction industry is having a huge labor shortage. A labor shortage in an industry that is booming will naturally drive up prices of building, expanding, or renovating. In the… Read More KC Construction Boom: Sparks New Way of Doing Business