NorthPoint gets approval for incentives on Power & Light Building

The Kansas City Power & Light building (background) has a new buyer interested in converting the building into apartments. | Photo courtesy of Krystal Pritchett/Flickr
The Kansas City Power & Light building will undergo a $63 million redevelopment. | Courtesy of Krystal Pritchett/Flickr

The Planned Industrial Expansion Authority has approved a 25-year property-tax incentive package, clearing the way for NorthPoint Development to begin its $63 million redevelopment of Power & Light Building along with a nearby vacant lot.

According to NorthPoint CEO Nathaniel Hagedorn, construction on the iconic downtown Kansas City building will begin in October and includes plans to restore lighting in the building’s lead glass dome and add LED lighting that can light up the building in different colors.

Read more at Kansas City Business Journal

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