Urban Coeur Properties and now Bridger Properties have been building residential properties in the urban core since 2002 and continues to develop single family homes and apartments in early neighborhoods of urban Kansas City with a concentration at 29th and Gillham, Beacon Hill (24th and Forest), just east of Troost.
Our mission is to focus on creating communities in historic neighborhoods through high design and new construction. As downtown Kansas City re-develops and first tier neighborhoods become popular again, we will build exciting new homes near legacy properties such as Truman Medical Center, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Crown Center and the Federal Reserve Bank. With amenities such as the Power and Light District, the Sprint Center, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Union Station and the Liberty Memorial, living close by will allow residents to spend more time enjoying the out of doors, local bars and restaurants.
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Living in historic neighborhoods gives the owner a sense of place and offers a variety of choices. Many dwellings built over the last 100 years still exist and compliment the building we are doing. This blend of styles and the beauty of historic properties, reminiscent of our rich past, give new owners the advantage of living, working and entertaining in the same locale – saving on driving time, maintenance and gas and allowing for more family time to enjoy the amenities of urban living.
One of the big advantages living in the urban core is the ability to walk, ride a bicycle or take public transportation to work or entertainment. There are a large number of locally owned restaurants and bars near our projects. Financially we build efficiently using green products whenever possible – and all of our homes offer real estate tax abatement for up to 25 years. New schools in the urban core such as Crossroads Academy and Academy Lafayette along with Notre Dame de Sion, Lincoln Prep and the Longfellow Public School offer a variety of choice for families seeking an urban lifestyle.
Our website describes past developments along with current and future plans. Give us a call for further information and specific questions.
John Hoffman 816-885-1854 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lance Carlton 816-379-6687 email@example.com