Millennials Made Cities Cool Again, Can They Do the Same for the Suburbs?

It’s actually hard to know what to believe about us millennials, the Americans born between 1981-1998 who make up the largest generation in history. Every week there’s a new ground-shattering revelation about our lifestyles—but the most conflicting reports have to do with where we live. Heres a few interesting articles on the subject WSJ- Generation Y Prefers Suburban Home… Read More Millennials Made Cities Cool Again, Can They Do the Same for the Suburbs?

KC GDP lagging Behind US GDP Forecast, Nevertheless Solid Growth For KC

“This level of investment doesn’t happen unless investors think there is some real potential in the market.” Original source KCeconomy.com by Jeff Pinkerton Kansas City’s economic recovery has been slow. Very slow. It has been over seven years since the end of the Great Recession, and we still haven’t had that “we’re back” moment. Sure, we have… Read More KC GDP lagging Behind US GDP Forecast, Nevertheless Solid Growth For KC

Yo, KCUR Chill Out On The Estimates For the Royals Parade! I’m Good W/ 800k

Not sure why I am paying any attention to this nonsense, perhaps because its Wednesday evening and i’ve had a few glasses of wine? But I digress. Yesterday as I was glancing through the KCBiz Journal I noticed the headline “KCUR report questions KC’s 800,000 Royals celebration attendance estimate” it caught my attention for a second,… Read More Yo, KCUR Chill Out On The Estimates For the Royals Parade! I’m Good W/ 800k

‘It was like robbing the bank’ – Wayne Reeder

Ever wonder how hard it is to buy a building in the heart of downtown Kansas City? Especially in a hot real estate market? Apparently to Wayne Reeder, “It was like robbing the bank.” although Wayne Reeder is ‘No Angel’  I do admire his curiosity. Photo Cred: KCBJ According to the KC Biz Journal while visiting his company… Read More ‘It was like robbing the bank’ – Wayne Reeder

History of Kauffman Stadium: ALMOST Built in the Heart of Downtown Kansas City

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 History of Kauffman Stadium: ALMOST Built in the Heart of Downtown Kansas City