Kansas City may help fund a playground to be privately owned by a homeowners association in a quickly gentrifying neighborhood just east of Troost Avenue.
The Team at UC-B Properties congratulates Jay Ashman and his partners.
By Kevin Collison A $14 million apartment project planned for the southwest corner of Linwood and Troost is moving forward following approval of a 25-year property tax abatement by a city development agency last week. UC-B Properties intends to build an 89-unit project at the key intersection, the latest new investment along Troost. Even with the…
KMBC-TV’s Emily Welsh visits with UC-B properties owner Lance Carlton and gets people thinking about moving from the suburbs to historic KC neighborhoods! KMBC Highlights UC-B Houses