In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the West Bottoms was home to churches, public buildings, schools and residents, until the floods of 1903 and 1951 led occupants of the river basin to seek higher ground, leaving behind a ghost town of abandoned buildings. That's finally starting to change, thanks to residents and stakeholders who have a greater vision for the community.
CBRE's Gina Anderson and Gary Carr have closed on a deal to sell the Plaza West office building, located at 4600 Madison on the Country Club Plaza. The 265,000-square-foot Class A building is 91 percent leased.
Virtual and augmented reality are estimated to become an $80 billion market by 2025. So how will this new technology impact commercial real estate? According to CBRE, this technology could have significant impact both immediately and in the long term.
The City of Roeland Park is looking to capitalize on the strong growth in residential development in Johnson County by rebuilding a key property along Roe Boulevard.