The Kansas City Power & Light Building is back on the market after a plan to redevelop the iconic building into apartments fell through.
Spencer Thomson, a Thomson Walker LLC lawyer representing building owner Gailoyd Enterprises Corp., confirmed that the building again is being offered after a deal with Minneapolis-based developer Sherman Associates Inc. could not be finalized.
“It is terminated, and we are re-marketing the property,” Thomson said. “The deal has some issues.”
Thomson declined to comment further.