Kansas City: The City of Fountains

Kansas City is rich in history and abundant in future opportunities. Kansas City has been named "The City of Fountains" and is second only to Rome as the city with the most fountains in the world. The city has also earned the title of "Paris of the Plains," harkening back to the days when jazz and urban culture were beginning to flourish in the Midwest. It has won praise for being a place of enormous influence on the growth of jazz and blues styles, gaining nationwide recognition for its 18th and Vine District. The city is also known for its very own style of Kansas City Barbecue. Dining and entertainment options abound in the historic River Market, West Bottoms, and Westport District, in addition to the Country Club Plaza shopping center. Kansas City is on the rise, growing rapidly as it becomes a truly world-class city. The energy is high, and the future is bright, which is why Kansas City, with its delicious cuisine, urban parks, and creative culture, has become a place where people from every corner of the United States now call home.

Several major retail and industrial entities nearby provide a significant employment base. Amazon’s newly constructed fulfillment center is 2.5 miles from Concord Square and supports over 1,000 employees with continual growth. Legends Outlets is 4.4 miles from Concord with 1.2mm square feet of shopping, including 100+ stores. Major tenants include Adidas, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Dave and Busters, Eddie Bauer, Express, Gap, H&M, JCPenney, Levi’s, Tommy Hilfiger and Vans. The Cerner Corporation, an American supplier of health information technology solutions, services, devices and hardware with annual revenue of over $3.4bn is located 3.9 miles from the property and supports over 4,000 jobs on a 660,000 square foot campus. The Providence Medical Center is 2.1 miles from the property supporting over 750 jobs and 400 hospital beds. The world famous Kansas Speedway is 4.1 miles from Concord Square, and the Hollywood Casino supports over 1,000 jobs and 100,000 square feet of gaming space. Kansas City Community College is 1.5 miles away from Concord with a total enrollment of 9,800 students per year.