Leawood, Kan. – August 12, 2021 – With the assistance of Rouse Frets White Goss attorneys, the Homes at Wolf Creek development, a planned single-family community to be created at 175th Street and Pflumm Road in Overland Park, Kansas, recently received rezoning approval to allow the construction of 209 three and four bedroom single-family homes.
The new homes will be leased effectively maintenance free, with lawn care, snow removal and the like in the hands of a single property manager. In addition, residents will have access to a pool and cabana, clubhouse, and walking trails. A future adjacent neighborhood commercial center will eventually allow residents to be within walking distance of retail and office amenities. Rents will be well below the average for newly constructed multifamily projects in Overland Park or the metropolitan area, filling a niche for families, empty nesters and other residents looking for a more affordable single-family home alternative.
Greg Musil was the lead attorney working to obtain rezoning and preliminary development plan approval of the project. Ryan Cook was the lead attorney finalizing the underlying real estate transactions.
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The law firm’s Land Use and Economic Development Incentives groups have an extensive portfolio of work on development projects including the new $1.8 billion Kansas City International Airport, the $1.6 billion NASCAR track in Kanas City, Kansas, the $1 billion renovation at the Kansas City Sports Complex, thousands of apartments and millions of square feet of office, retail and commercial development. The law firm’s Real Estate group is robust in all facets touching the titling, buying, selling, leasing development and financing of real estate including representation of clients with significant real estate portfolios.
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