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1. Capstone Awards Capstone Awards April 29, 2011 The sixth-annual Capstone Awards is a supplement to the Kansas City Business Journal, which "honors outstanding real estate development projects and transactions throughout the community." Some of the...

2. Capstone Awards Capstone Awards April 6-12, 2012 The 2012 Capstone Awards is a supplement to the Kansas City Business Journal, which "honors outstanding real estate development projects and transactions throughout the community." Some of the projects...

3. Cerner, Soccer Set to Provide an Added Spark Cerner, Soccer Set to Provide an Added Spark January 21, 2010 Short article accompanied by drawing and map for the $400-million development around the Kansas Speedway that will add an 11-acre Wizards stadium project and 58-acre Cerner office complex in Wyandotte...

4. Community Minded Community Minded April 2, 2010 Article profiles Phil Kirk upon the occasion of his being awarded the Jim Davis Award for his contributiions to Kansas City's downtown redevelopment. There is also information about Kirk's company, DST...

5. Development Lawyer Richard A. King Dies at Age 62 Development Lawyer Richard A. King Dies at Age 62 August 25, 2006 Richard A. King, former mayor of Independence, Missouri and a prominent development lawyer, died of cancer on August 24, 2006. He was born on July 4, 1944, in St. Joseph, Missouri. He was head of King...

6. He's the Man! He's the Man! March 6-12, 2003 Article describing the efforts of developer Ray Braswell to work with preservationists in creating a plan to develop a boutique hotel on the Plaza's "West Edge." The article details several other Plaza...

7. Homkor Gets City Financing to Proceed Homkor Gets City Financing to Proceed January/24/2001 Photo and article about the acquistion and renovation of "the long-vacant University Hospital building" in the Northeast neighborhood by "Homkor of Missouri, a private real estate development company."...

8. Houston Firm Will Run Hotel Near Plaza Houston Firm Will Run Hotel Near Plaza July 10, 2012 Houston-based Valencia Group will take control of the unfinished hotel in the Plaza Vista complex in the area formerly known as the West Edge. Now named the Hotel Sorella, the hotel will have 132 rooms...

9. Judge Smart Lived Up to His Name with Early Real Estate Purchases in KC Judge Smart Lived Up to His Name with Early Real Estate Purchases in KC May 10, 1989 Article describes Judge Thomas A. Smart who purchased land in the 1830s where downtown Kansas City would someday be. Smart also ran a store on the levee and eventually sold his land to Col. Thomas Swope....

10. Karbank Leaves an Industrial-Sized Legacy with his Peers Karbank Leaves an Industrial-Sized Legacy with his Peers September 28, 2007 This article is part of a series profiling"catalysts" in Kansas City's history to mark the 25th anniversary of the Kansas City Business Journal. Barney Karbank was a real estate developer.

11. KC 2020 Part II: The Ghosts of KC's Future Past KC 2020 Part II: The Ghosts of KC's Future Past April 17-23, 2014

12. Lester M. Dean, Sr. Lester M. Dean, Sr. November 3, 2005 Obituary for Lester M. Dean, Sr., who was born December 7, 1921 and died October 30, 2005. He founded over 21 companies during his lifetime including Dean Operations with Dean Realty and Dean Machinery...

13. Mission Not Accomplished Mission Not Accomplished January 16-22, 2014 Summary of the Mission Gateway development project, located at the intersection of Roe Avenue and Johnson Drive in Mission, Kansas. A timeline of developments and actions proposed by real estate developer...

14. On The Edge of a New Start On The Edge of a New Start March 25-31, 2011 The West Edge project in the Country Club Plaza has hired construction manager David Harrison, a principal with Caymus Real Estate LLC. Harrison has the task of completing the remaining "shell of the 130-room...

15. Plan Aims to Reverse Urban Core's Decline Plan Aims to Reverse Urban Core's Decline September 4, 2012 Article discussing the Land Trust of Jackson County and the decision for it to turn over ownership of 447 blighted and abandoned properties to the city. The city is in the process of creating a land bank...

16. Razing Will Start Re-Raising of Antioch Mall Razing Will Start Re-Raising of Antioch Mall October 29-November 4, 2010 The first phase of demolition of the Antioch Center will begin February 1, 2011. Article describes the plans for the site of the Antioch Redevelopment Partners LLC and provides a work timetable.

17. Real Estate Giant Phil Kirk Dies Real Estate Giant Phil Kirk Dies October 24, 2014 Obituary for downtown developer and retired chairman of DST Systems, Phil Kirk. Details of Kirk's life and career are provided. Kirk is recognized for his many notable downtown development projects and...

18. Sherman W. Dreiseszun Sherman W. Dreiseszun December 6, 2007 Obituary for Sherman W. Dreiseszun who died December 3, 2007, at his home in Leawood, Kansas. He was "a two-time past President and President for Life of Kehilath Israel Synagogue, member of its Men's...

19. Successful Investments Based on Research, Luck Successful Investments Based on Research, Luck December 10-16, 1999 Article detailing history of the author's real estate development company, M.D. Management, Inc.

20. The Beginning of Two Great Family Fortunes The Beginning of Two Great Family Fortunes July 23, 1911 File contains map, illustrations, and article about the fortunes provided for the Smart and Swope families starting with the (later Downtown) real estate development of "[t]he old Smart farm" "bounded...