Last year was strong for the real estate and development industry in Kansas City. As the economy rebounded, many significant projects made their mark on the metro area. A panel of judges chose these 32 projects as 2015 Capstone Award winners — the most projects
Nebraska-based Fat Brain Toys is coming to Overland Park, opening its first store outside its home state. Fat Brain Toys was started in mid-2002, when 10-year-old Adam Carson got a magnetic building toy and liked it so much he went online to try to order a larger set.
At 61, Fred Merrill Jr. still gets excited about dinosaurs. In fact, he can hardly wait for Oct. 8, when "The World's Largest Dinosaurs" exhibit opens in his Prairiefire mixed-use development in Overland Park.
A retail and apartment project, anchored by the American Museum of National History, is starting construction in Overland Park.
Prairiefire, an ambitious retail and apartment project anchored by a unique collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, is starting construction in Overland Park after six years on the drawing boards.
Crews recently sparked construction of Prairiefire, a $580 million mixed-use development in Overland Park. Although the project has taken years to get to this point and construction will continue into 2017, architects promise...