‘Plaza Bowl’ height limit ordinance passes City Council

The ordinance proposed earlier this week that would limit building heights within the “bowl” of the Country Club Plaza won unanimous approval from the Kansas City Council on Thursday.

The day before, the Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee advanced the ordinance, which would establish an overlay district that prevents development beyond a certain height — three to five stories — within what’s called the "Plaza Bowl," or the center of the Plaza.

The bowl concept…

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