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After buying up multiple buildings and properties just inside the Beltline, a Raleigh developer has revealed its initial project for the area.

The site's manufacturing history dates back to the Glenn L. Martin Co., which began building aircraft there in 1929.

The specialty grocer, long rumored to be looking for a space in the Sunshine City, is said to have tenatively agreed to occupy a redevelopment near Old Northeast.

Every February, the Cushman & Wakefield Kansas City research team compiles our annual report. It’s a comprehensive review of what took place in the local commercial real estate market, what the major factors were, how the year fits in with the larger historical trend, and what the coming year may bring. As the report comes together, I get to review it and I want to share a few highlights and themes that the report will dive into in much greater detail.

Krish Pandya’s company is working on everything from a Scottish pub to a software startup.

The National Center for Employee Ownership reports there are more than 2,420 privately held companies with large (100+ participants) employee stock ownership plans (ESOP), with more than 1.3 million active participants. Twelve percent of those companies are construction firms, according to NCEO.

There are 98 ESOPs in Kansas, including McCownGordon Construction. The founders, Pat McCown and Brett Gordon, converted the company to an ESOP in 2015. There were obvious perks for associates, including…

A 9,256-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion, topped the list for the highest-priced home sold in January 2021. See the rest of the top selling homes in January, including buyers and sellers.

Described as a “modern Gothic Revival,” the owner invested $35 million in the property.

Outdoors, there is a large kitchen pavilion, lakeside boathouse with a bathroom and kitchen, and 150 feet of shore off the lake.

Despite the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic in the Kansas City metro, a newly released report from Block Real Estate Services LLC said the real estate sector remained strong. Here are four property sector takeaways from the 102-page report.