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Multifamily Midwest

The multifamily juggernaut? It's showing no signs of a slowdown

| Dan Rafter

No signs of a slowdown. That’s the takeaway from Yardi Matrix’s recently released April multifamily report, which shows that monthly apartment rents across the country are continuing their steady rise. As the report says, “There seems to be no reason to think the multifamily juggernaut is going to hit the pause button.”

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CarMarx opening customer care center in Olathe

The Kansas City Area Development Council announced that CarMax, a member of the Fortune 500 and S&P 500, is opening a new customer experience center this July in Olathe, Kansas, part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The nation’s largest retailer of used cars will create about 300 jobs here, and will hire customer experience consultants…

Office Midwest

Coming soon to a Midwest downtown near you: even more coworking spaces

| Dan Rafter

Coworking spaces continue to pop up across the country, and the Midwest is no exception. As companies continue to shrink their office footprints and employees seek shorter commutes and more flexible working conditions, cities from Madison to Chicago and Detroit to Kansas City as seeing new coworking spaces open, often in the center of their…

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CBKC fills Kansas City office building

Community Builders of Kansas City recently annouced that its office building at 4001 Blue Parkway in Kansas City, Missouri, is 100 percent occupied with the addition of Mid-America Assistance Coalition, an organization offering information systems, training and advocacy to residents and social services providers.

Multifamily Midwest

Affordability in tech hubs? You can find it in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Cities across the country, and across the Midwest, are scrambling to attract tech businesses. This isn’t surprising: These jobs are attractive. With enough of them, new residents will flock to a city. But when a city becomes a tech hub, can those new workers actually afford to live in them?