Kansas City, Mo. – December 6, 2019 – Attorneys with Rouse Frets White Goss’ Economic Development Team recently toured the completed baseball fields that were a part of Parkville Creekside development project.
The firm represented clients on the development incentives and entitlements for the Creekside project, located at the intersection of I-435 and Highway 45 in western Parkville, Missouri. The city approval process occurred between August 2018 and May 2019.
Creekside is an over 300-acre mixed-use development consisting of commercial and residential space and six turf baseball fields. The project has a projected cost of $335 million and an incentive package of approximately $52 million, layered with two Community Improvement Districts, a Transportation Development District, three Chapter 100 Projects, a Tax Increment Financing Plan and acquisition from Parkville of two parcels
The team working on the project included Patricia Jensen. Jim Bowers. Kim Spies, Sandra Watts, Chris Mattix, Rachelle Biondo, Kellee Madinger, Kathy Burrison, and Helen Myers. Several were on hand to tour the new baseball fields, which are scheduled for use in April 2020.
About the law firm’s Economic Development Incentive team:
The firm’s attorneys have successfully negotiated billions of dollars in incentives for clients and have advanced development throughout the Midwest, having in-depth knowledge of the intricate workings of state and local government incentive programs. Working closely with clients, the firm’s attorneys develop the a strategic economic incentive package, choosing from the myriad of programs available in Missouri and Kansas.
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