Excitement filled the air as shovels hit the ground in front of a crowd of nearly 200 spectators early Wednesday morning. The group gathered on the northeast corner of View High Drive and 470 in Lee's Summit to see the official commencement of an exciting and transformative new project in Jackson County. Lee’s Summit developers Flip Short and Bill Brown kicked off the $400 million Paragon Star development, a project six years in the making that's finally coming to fruition.
Currently underway in the River Market, Arnold Development Group is building a four-acre, $60 million multifamily project called Second and Delaware Residences. When complete, the development will be the largest Passive House certified structure in the world, consuming 90 percent less energy than comparable buildings in the area.
For the past year, LANE4 Property Group has been quietly scooping up acquisitions and investments outside of its traditional retail focus. Now, the firm is applying its foundation of investment knowledge and strategy to a handful of new classes by way of three projects on the Kansas side of the state line.