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Banker Morgan's Legacy Still Touches Lives and Shapes a City
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TitleBanker Morgan's Legacy Still Touches Lives and Shapes a City
AbstractFrank Morgan died in 1993 and was very influential in the development of the Kansas City metro area. He "had a hand in the construction of Town Pavilion, One Kansas City Place and 12 Wyandotte Plaza, among other projects. In Johnson County, Morgan sold some of the property that became Corporate Woods, built Metcalf South Shopping Center and Oak Park Mall, and helped bring about the development of Executive Hills office park. In the Northland, his imprint is on Executive Hills North and Metro North Mall." Article is part of a silver anniversary series of articles in the Kansas City Business Journal which profile seminal business figures of the past 25 years. Includes Morgan's picture.
AuthorBrian Kaberline
DateMay 11-17, 2007
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
Volume25
Number36
Page12
SubjectBusiness people
Local SubjectMorgan, Frank
Development
Downtown
Shopping Centers
Real Estate
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID217158
CONTENTdm number33549
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