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.
“Kansas City was just announced as the second best market for women in technology and that might not seem important, but to us that is because it shows a progressive culture. Those are the kinds of places where urbanization of the core is going to happen."
As 2016 begins to take shape, City Manager Troy Schulte is reflecting on downtown Kansas City’s progress over the last year. January 2015 brought sky cranes to downtown for the first time since the 1980s, and the momentum has only gotten stronger. In a dialogue with the KC Downtowners on Wednesday, Schulte highlighted eight themes on the horizon in 2016, and encouraged local business leaders and residents to help move these priorities forward.