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1. 900 Jobs Heading to New KC Home 900 Jobs Heading to New KC Home December 10, 2013 Article on the decision by the General Services Administration (GSA) to relocate 900 employees from the soon-to-close Bannister Federal Complex to the Two Pershing Square building at 2300 Main Street....

2. A Case as Cold as Ice A Case as Cold as Ice August 31, 2013 Article covers the inactive investigation of the Vinca Jewelry heist on September 6, 2010. Simon Zouein, the owner of the shop, is interviewed and expresses his dissatisfaction with the Kansas City Police...

3. A Changing Blueprint A Changing Blueprint October 20, 2010 Article describes several high-profile architectural projects of Burns & McDonnell, including large projects for the U.S. military command center. In recent years, the company expanded its portfolio to...

4. A Dose of Rail Transit Reality for KC A Dose of Rail Transit Reality for KC January 11, 2011 A $1.8 million federal grant awarded in December to Jackson County included $540,000 to study a two-mile streetcar line from Crown Center to the River Market. The "streetcar system could be built for as...

5. A Home for Artists Planned Downtown A Home for Artists Planned Downtown October 9, 2013 Article reports on a proposal from a Minneapolis developer, Sherman Associates, to renovate the historic Scarritt Building (818 Grand Blvd) into an afforable living and work space for local artists. The...

6. A Jumbo Crowd-Pleaser Arrives A Jumbo Crowd-Pleaser Arrives January 31, 2010 The Airline History Museum added a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar to its aircraft on display on January 29, 2010. The jumbo jet was headed for the scrap heap until an Arizona man donated the $100,000 that allowed...

7. A Landmark Deal, Indeed A Landmark Deal, Indeed November 3, 2011 The federal government is seeking a buyer for the three million-square-foot plant section of the Bannister Federal Complex. The plant is currently operated by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies,...

8. Actor's Charity Takes up KC Cause Actor's Charity Takes up KC Cause February 21, 2012 The Make It Right Foundation (founded by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt) and BNIM architects will renovate the former Bancroft School at 4300 Tracy Ave. that was closed in 2000. "The $14 million project...

9. Ambitious Ideas For a Grander Route Ambitious Ideas For a Grander Route January 24, 2012 Article on the "Make Grand Grand" project with plans to include new streetscaping and bicycle lanes. The project was initiated by the environmental advocacy group Bridging the Gap.

10. As Latest Boom Ends, What's Next for KC? As Latest Boom Ends, What's Next for KC? September 18, 2011 Spurred by the completion of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, authors reflect on building booms in Kansas City since the 1930s, each followed by a lull. Includes a timeline for Kansas City's...

11. As UMKC Department Moves, City Benefits As UMKC Department Moves, City Benefits June 29, 2010 Article reports that the Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design at the University of Missouri-Kansas City will move out of its current building, the old Uriah Epperson house at 5200 Cherry....

12. Bannister Plan Sees a Victory Bannister Plan Sees a Victory April 14, 2011 A new plan for the reuse of the former Bannister Mall site at Interstate 435 and Bannister Road by Trails Properties II was unanimously endorsed by the Kansas City Tax Increment Financing Commission. The...

13. Big Downtown 'Y' Proposed Big Downtown 'Y' Proposed December 17, 2011 The YMCA at 10th and Oak streets has been closed from 30 years. It was razed in 1999 to "make way for Ilus W. Davis Park." David Byrd, who became president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City in...

14. Big House Has More Than Size on Its Side Big House Has More Than Size on Its Side October 2, 2011; Steven Huff, shareholder and chairman of TF Concrete Forming Systems, is building a 72,000-square-foot house in Highlandville, Missouri, that he hopes to be completed by 2013. The house, known as "Pensmore,"...

15. Big Plans Downtown Big Plans Downtown March 12, 2013 Article on the YMCA of Greater Kansas City's plans to overhaul the city's network of facilities. The organization intends to build a new Y downtown to open in 2016 and renovate the Linwood YMCA at 3800...

16. Big Plans for Historic Pickwick Big Plans for Historic Pickwick September 19, 2013 Article reports on a plan to to renovate the historic Pickwick hotel and bus terminal complex located between 9th and 10th streets on McGee. Overland Park developer Tom Smith wants to redevelop the complex...

17. Biggest Benefits Will Be Intangible Biggest Benefits Will Be Intangible July 9, 2012 Article discussing the potential economic impact of the 2012 MLB All-Star Game on Kansas City. Between 150,000 and 200,000 people are expected to attend events held around the city, bringing in an estimated...

18. Boutique Hotel to Open in a Year Boutique Hotel to Open in a Year January 15, 2011 The former Gate City National Bank building at 1111 Grand Boulevard will undergo an $11 million renovation to become the 43-room Grand Hotel. From 2000 to 2006 the building housed Club Chemical, "a nightclub...

19. Broadway's Bouncing Broadway's Bouncing February 18, 2009 Article describes $65 million in redevelopment projects along a four-block stretch of Broadway between 34th and 37th streets. The largest of the projects is a major expansion of Metropolitan Community...

20. Building Gets New Life For Artistic Purposes Building Gets New Life For Artistic Purposes May 15, 2007 The 13-story Ozark Building built in 1911 and located at 906 Grand is to become a central destination and gathering place for the arts community. The building is owned by UMB and the new name is pARTnership...