KC Current’s mixed-use development

Kansas City Current Plans $800 Million Mixed-Use Development on Missouri Riverfront

by Channing Hamilton

KANSAS CITY, MO. — The Kansas City Current, a professional women’s soccer team, has unveiled plans for an $800 million mixed-use project on the Missouri riverfront in downtown Kansas City. Partners for the development include Palmer Square Capital Management, Marquee Development and the Port Authority of Kansas City.

The development will be anchored by CPKC Stadium, a women’s soccer stadium that was completed in March. Upon completion, the project will feature hundreds of residential units, as well as food and beverage offerings and new public recreational spaces. Ten percent of all residential units across all phases of the project will be set aside for tenants earning up to 50 percent of the area median income.

The KC Current plans to break ground on the development by the end of 2024. Completion is slated for 2026. Marquee Development is the co-developer on the project. Perkins Eastman will serve as the architect.

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