21 results for “Kansas City Area Development Council”
CRE X Missouri

USDA to fill 120,000 square feet in Kansas City region

The Kansas City Area Development Council and its partners announced that the Kansas City region will become the new home of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service (ERS) and National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). The USDA team is evaluating multiple Class-A office properties in Kansas and Missouri for its …

CRE X Missouri

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Copaken Brooks' Jon Copaken

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News highlights the successful careers of the region’s top commercial professionals in its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the success enjoyed by Jon Copaken, principal with Copaken Brooks in Kansas City, Missouri.

Retail P Kansas

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…

CRE X Missouri

Can a new airport bring more businesses to Kansas City?

| Dan Rafter

Kansas City government officials have high hopes for a newly designed, single-terminal airport serving their city. These officials say that a single-terminal building, which would replace the three-terminal set-up already in place at Kansas City International Airport, would attract a greater number of companies to the Kansas City, Missouri, market.

CRE X Missouri

Public-private partnerships gain ground as innovative solution for funding real estate development projects

| Staff Writer

Federal, state and local government agencies have significant real estate needs, including the necessity of repairing and replacing aging infrastructure and utilities. But these agencies are finding it increasingly challenging to find the funding to pay for the development of their properties. As a solution, public-private partnerships (P3s…

Industrial X Missouri

Ford's commitment to Kansas City remains a strong one

| Dan Rafter

Few industries are as important to the Midwest as the auto industry. That's something that the commercial real estate professionals working in Missouri understand. Every county in the state boasts at least one manufacturer that provides parts or equipment to U.S. auto giant Ford Motor Company.