Kansas City, Mo. – October 24, 2022: Rouse Frets White Goss is pleased to announce that attorney, Mark Bryant, was selected to serve as counsel for the Kansas City Museum.
According to the museum’s mission statement: “The Kansas City Museum is a history museum. It is the City’s leading institution on local and regional history with the collection, capacity, mission, and vision to share the robust multicultural stories of Kansas City and its people.” Located in a historic home at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard in Kansas City, the museum currently is undergoing an important renovation. For more on the museum, visit here.
About Mark Bryant:
Mark has a long and distinguished career engaging in public law projects in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. Many touch the City’s history such as his role as former President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
About the Law Firm:
Based in Kansas City, the law firm offers sophisticated representation in both the private and public sectors. The portfolio of work by the firm’s public law group across the Kansas City metropolitan area and elsewhere is distinguished and includes the new $1.8 billion Kansas City International Airport, the $1.6 billion NASCAR track in Kansas City, Kansas, the $1 billion renovation at the Kansas City Sports Complex, over $2 billion of public finance bond projects, thousands of apartments and multi-family units, and millions of square feet of office, retail and commercial development.
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