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Housing trends show young professionals don’t care about Troost’s stigma, UC-B says

From Startland – Kansas City’s Home for Innovation News  By: Tommy Felts–  October 18, 2017  Lance Carlton initially was skeptical of developing east of Troost Avenue, he said. “But the mentality of the market has changed,” said Carlton, co-managing partner of UC-B Properties, which brought its offices to the 4300 block of Troost in August 2016….

Developer plans KC’s first all-micro-apartment project

From The Kansas City Business Journal, April 5, 2017, by Rob Roberts UC-B Properties, a Kansas City-based urban-core developer, received a unanimous rezoning recommendation from the City Plan Commission on Tuesday for the city’s first all-micro-apartment project. John Hoffman and Lance Carlton, both principals with the firm, said they plan a two-story building including 47…