Revitalizing Kansas City’s downtown riverfront

After 30 years of trying, an approval for revitalizing Kansas City‘s downtown riverfront is making progress.

A three-decade attempt to revive the downtown riverfront inched forward Tuesday when the Kansas City Plan Commission approved a plat proposal from the Port Authority of Kansas City.

Part of the plan, named Union | Berkley Riverfront Park, calls for construction of luxury apartments, retail and parking facilities.

The $65 million project will be developed by Flaherty & Collins Properties, an Indianapolis-based company, on land owned by the Port Authority, which is investing about $5 million in infrastructure development.

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