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A 12 floor condo tower was recently proposed for the Country Club Plaza. The last word on this project came in it's announcement in late January.

Here is the Kansas City Star article about the project:

Condos proposed north of the Plaza


The Kansas City Star


Courtesy of Ron Reid Associates PC

An artist's rendering of the high-rise condo building (right) that developers propose to build near the Country Club Plaza, behind Valencia Place. The existing Townsend Place is at left.

A 12-story condominium tower proposed for just north of the Country Club Plaza would insert a sharply contemporary look to the district's skyline.

Developers want to build a glass high-rise on the hillside overlooking the Plaza that would offer its residents floor-to-ceiling windows. The 30 loft-style condos would sell for $350,000 to $750,000, with two $1 million penthouse units. The designers want to make a distinct break from the style of many of the buildings erected around the Plaza in recent years.

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Condominium plans fizzle at board meeting

By KEVIN COLLISON The Kansas City Star

Plans for a 12-story condominium tower north of the Country Club Plaza died Tuesday when the Board of Zoning Adjustment couldn't agree whether to reject or support the plan.

After almost three hours of testimony by supporters and opponents of the $17 million proposal, board chairwoman Theresa Otto proclaimed:

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Its not dead yet! With these downsizings, more people will support it now... :)

Plaza luxury tower plan downsized

By KEVIN COLLISON The Kansas City Star

A Country Club Plaza-area condominium tower that was narrowly rejected last month has been downsized to fit city guidelines, and the developer plans to begin construction this fall.

Developer George Birt has reduced the number of condominiums in the 12-story building planned for 4646 Broadway from 30 to 23 units. He now believes the tower design meets the zoning requirements of the property and requires nothing more than a city building permit to proceed.

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