Overland Park Planning Commission OKs $350 Million City Place Project

An artist's rendering shows City Place, 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 a portion of the City Place development. | Image courtesy of Block Real Estate Services

The Overland Park Planning Commission unanimously voted to recommend rezoning for City Place, a $350 million development plan at College Boulevard and U.S. 69 in Overland Park, Kan.

The commissioners said they appreciated the modifications the developers made so the project would have less of an impact on nearby homes, including adaptions to trees and building elevations. The project’s developer is BK Properties LLC, led by Ken Black of Block Real Estate Services.

It also recommended approval for a 140-unit senior living facility on the site, which requires a special permit. Overland Park’s city council will consider the recommendations on Feb. 23.

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