Incentives approved for major mixed-use project in KC Crossroads District

Developers received approval Thursday for tax incentives on what could be the largest mixed-used development built in Kansas City’s thriving Crossroads Arts District.

Indianapolis-based Milhaus Development plans to bring 340 market-rate apartments, restaurants and commercial property to several new buildings in the neighborhood, and to convert an existing building into another restaurant.

Kansas City’s Planned Industrial Expansion Authority approved a 75 percent tax abatement on the project for a decade and a 37.5 percent tax abatement for 15 years after that.

Milhaus expects crews to break ground by year’s end, and the first apartments are expected to open around the spring of 2020.

Read more: Kansas City Star

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