The new and exciting industry of virtual reality is proving to hold tremendous potential for the future of entertainment, design, and the unthinkable. Here in Kansas City, a local architecture firm is pioneering the technology, becoming the first business in the area to take the tool to new heights.
“We won’t truly become a smart city until all areas of the city are connected," Kansas City Mayor Sly James cautioned to members of KC Downtowners. "Technology is merely a tool, and we should use it to make sure that everything we do is done in the light of how it improves the lives of our citizens.”
Truman Marketplace in Grandview is rolling out several fresh new tenants following the complete remodel of the open-air shopping center. The 72-acre site sits at the intersection of Blue Ridge Boulevard and Highway 71/Interstate 49, on what was once the boyhood farm of the nation’s 33rd President, Harry Truman.