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Next date: Friday, October 15, 2021 | 04:00 PM
to 07:00 PM
In the 2020-2021 academic year, the Kansas City Design Center (KCDC), in partnership with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, KS Department of Planning and Urban Design, embarked on a project focused on the Kansas City, Kansas industrial Riverfront area from Kaw Point to 7th Street. The main purpose of the project was to generate a comprehensive vision study and an urban design proposal for the creation of the inhabitable, pedestrian-oriented, continuous public realm that reconnects Kansas City, Kansas to the Kansas River and ties it with the West Bottoms area of Kansas City, MO into an urban whole which capitalizes on the unique geography of the place and creates a new nucleus for urban growth.
The goal of the project is to offer a perspective for rethinking industrial urban landscapes and urban infrastructure towards the creation of a more inclusive and inhabitable mixed-use urban environment and shared public realm. The exhibition at the KCK municipal building presents the vision from research and analysis to detailed design proposals and coincides with the completion of the comprehensive project publication.
The project was guided by feedback and input from the Kansas City, Kansas community, the project advisory group, and the project stakeholders and funding support was provided by HNTB and the KCK Department of Urban Planning and Design.
Municipal Building, 701 N 7th Street, Kansas City 66101 View Map
701 N 7th Street ,
Kansas City 66101
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