Don’t miss out on this great building that is FHA approved, perfect starter condo for anyone looking to set up roots in the Downtown Kansas City Area. The condo is within walking distance of The River Market, Kauffman Center for Performing Arts, Kansas City Public Library and Kansas City’s newest entertainment district PNL.
Do you enjoy going to the River Market on the weekends? Why not enjoy it all the time? This spectacular condo sits in the heart of the River Market, with it’s own private balcony you can enjoy your outdoor space while enjoying the hustle & bustle of the neighborhood. The River Market is just minutes away from PNL, Kauffman Center for Performing Arts and Crown Center.
This condo has so much to offer. Seller has gotten bids to enclose bedroom if client is interested. Situated in the heart of the river market you will enjoy local restaurants, bars and the largest farmer’s market in the area.
Do you enjoy living close to everything? Well don’t let this incredible condominium pass you by. Located in the heart of westport this condo offers stainless steel appliances, balcony and great views. Hungry? Thirsty? Want to Shop? Just step right outside your door and see where the road takes you. Not only are you in westport, but you are within walking distance of The Country Club Plaza and a short drive to Power & Light (One of KC’s newest entertainment districts)
For the sixth straight year, the PBR is bringing the pain, as the toughest cowboys and baddest bulls on the planet rock Sprint Center on Feb. 22 & 23. The Top 35 bull riders in the world risk it all for two unforgettable nights. Don’t even think about calling it a rodeo…this is BULL RIDING! This is the PBR!
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KC’s newest brewery makes it its business to create authentic German beers.
Despite the iron grip Boulevard has on KC’s brewing market, public speculation varied over the October announcement of Belgium brewer Duval Moortgat’s acquisition of the local beer giant. As Steve Holle sees it, there may just be room for a new brewery in town. The retired commercial real estate investor opened Kansas City Bier Company (KCBC) in Waldo this week.