Overland Park Approves $350 Million Mixed-Use Development

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 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

The Overland Park City Council approved rezoning and financing mechanisms for City Place, and the project leader for BK Properties LLC said financing is all lined up and the last big approval is expected within three weeks. At that point, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to act on the developer’s request to move and improve a streamway corridor that runs near the southern edge of the 93-acre development tract in the Kansas City suburb.

Work is expected to begin in the summer with road construction, stormwater improvements and construction of the first of 1,382 luxury apartments planned. The $350 million project also calls for a 140-unit senior-living component, 600,000 square feet of office space in four buildings and 40,000 square feet of retail space.

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