Developers Submit Revised Plans For $350 Million Overland Park Project

An artists rendering shows the proposed Overland Park, Kan. mixed-use development proposed by a group led by Block Real Estate Services. | Image courtesy of Block Real Estate Services
An artist's rendering shows the Overland Park, Kan., mixed-use development proposed by a group led by Block Real Estate Services. | Image courtesy of Block Real Estate Services

Developers of the proposed $350 million City Place project in Overland Park, Kan., have submitted revised site plans in preparation for continued public hearings before the city’s planning commission.

The next public hearing will be Jan. 14 during a special meeting of the commission.

The new plans to be presented at that time call for five apartment buildings on the southern edge of the development tract to be reduced from four stories to three stories. In addition, those buildings have been reoriented so that the smallest sides face the neighboring property owners and the buffer area between the existing and proposed residential uses has been increased to about 75 feet.

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