Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes client receives green light on new KCI single terminal airport

By March 5, 2019 Firm Highlights

Kansas City, Mo.– March 4, 2019 – The Kansas City City Council, upon the recommendation of the KCI Airport Committee members, voted in favor of an ordinance approving agreements with the developer Edgemoor Infrastructure and Real Estate, which will facilitate the construction of a new airport.

Edgemoor Infrastructure and Real Estate is represented by Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes shareholders Jim Bowers and Mike White of the Firm’s Land Use and Zoning Practice.

The focus on this new $1.5 billion single-terminal project will now shift to financing and construction, with a completion goal set for early 2023. The Firm’s Public Finance Group led by Kim Spies will assist in this effort.

More information can be found in the KC Business Journal.

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Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorneys have represented clients in the development of many high profile and successful commercial, residential and mixed-use projects. A number of the Firm’s land use and zoning attorneys have held public offices and local government positions bringing a unique and clear perspective about the intricate workings of state and local governments. Clients turn to the Firm’s attorneys when their projects require a creative, effective, and aggressive approach to real estate, land use and zoning approvals while taking advantage of available economic development incentives.