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The next year, BNSF completed the purchase of the acre site and gave exclusive development rights on acres to a Dallas-based industrial developer, the Allen Group. Away from Downtown, the rest of Kansas City has had its share of deals and developments the past 45 years. Savvy planning by civic and business leaders set the stage for retail and other development nearly equal to the Speedway itself. A third led to an event center that today is known as Silverstein Eye Care Center, home to the minor-league Missouri Mavericks hockey team. The area has used strengths such as tax incentive packages and high productivity to maintain a direct work force of more than 10, at two major manufacturing sites. With that deal, the mall itself began to revive dramatically, with the impact spreading beyond the center. The voter approval opened the doors for a significant new tourism business and a large funding source for area municipalities. The opening of Oak Park Mall—just north of College Boulevard—was another major catalyst for growth in central and southern Johnson County. In , a new convention hotel was proposed, but the 1,room venue ran into a wave of criticism over use of public incentives. The massive project saw its first two office towers open in , and the infusion of comparatively high-paying jobs to the region is expected to stimulate retail in that part of South Kansas City. The result was nearly 2, acres of prime property for development and within sight of Downtown Kansas City and adjacent to an interstate highway. Artists were buying and moving into cheap buildings in the derelict Crossroads District. Currently, the support and other work force here related to the automotive industry is estimated at more than 30, Since the mids, however, the pace and size of investments have risen dramatically. Other steps included formation of both Kansas and Missouri life-science organizations, Missouri voter approval of a bill defining and protecting stem cell research, and an influx of private funds. That started to change at the beginning of this century. The Johnson County Education Research Triangle Authority distributes the money to fund cancer clinical trials, food safety studies and expended high-tech education opportunities. However, several key deals have occurred in that area. The long-lasting result of these investments was still evident 20 years later. While both entities were successes in their own right, they not only failed to set off economic development, but some saw them as a further drain on an already languishing Downtown. That came in with opening of the Vista International. The value of the development was underscored over the past decade or so as Corporate Woods changed owners twice. T-Mobile has indicated that it will continue to operate the Overland Park campus as a co-headquarters, but the loss of a Fortune company headquarters still stings civic pride in the business community. The biggest impact of this commercial development was probably in surrounding areas of Johnson County. The biggest deal of all for Johnson County—and one of the biggest in the entire metropolitan area the past three decades—came in June with groundbreaking for the Sprint world headquarters, which would consolidate most of the 20, local employees who were spread out throughout the metro area. The initial industry pitch of quaint paddle wheelers on the Missouri River never materialized. Joseph and even Kansas City saw similar impact, although the larger communities generally experienced a proportionally smaller result. Construction began in following the formal sale of 1, acres by the city of Kansas City and the Port Authority to CenterPoint. Only one of the five initial riverboats actually cruised on the Missouri River, the other four remained docked. The deal had some detractors, but the effort may have set a record for collaboration by area civic leaders, bankers and municipal planners. Nonetheless, the new casino business brought dramatic results, notably a requirement for significant local tax payments by the casinos. The year saw several life-science steps that would prove important. The trickle of loft conversions became a torrent that eventually prompted construction of apartment towers One Light and Two Light, with two more additions still possible. Later developments from the Sprint Campus to recent retail developments still farther south were made possible by the success of College Boulevard and Corporate Woods. Army Corps of Engineers to reconstruct the creek with flood-prevention measures, while upgrading it with cosmetic amenities such as fountains, concrete walkways and plenty of creek-side green space east of the Plaza. And the source of that flood, the generally serene trickle of water known as Brush Creek, would eventually get a dramatic makeover. Big deals were almost nonexistent. A deal involved 2. The Stowers Institute continued investment here with the purchase of an office and industrial complex in south Kansas City. It was, for the most part, an 8-to-5 operation. With this national affiliation, Wyandotte landed a new, major league venue. With the exception of the convention center, none of these developments were Downtown. In , Sprint Nextel spun off its local landline business into a new company, Embarq, as part of a strategy to allow the larger corporation to better focus on its wireless and Internet market. The effort hopes to make Kansas City a top 20 bioscience research hub nationally. Equally significant have been the expansion of research and related facilities at locations such as the University of Kansas in Lawrence and the KU Medical Center. Energy to operate these plants, or simply warm homes, is sometimes taken for granted in this relatively well-supplied area. In and , the automotive companies again made major investments in their local manufacturing plants. The opening of Kemper Arena may best epitomize how that early s euphoria gave way to three decades of Downtown decline. Japanese conglomerate SoftBank provided much-needed capital by acquiring 70 percent of Sprint in , but the company was already shedding manpower. Casino-style gambling also came to the Kansas side, with the opening of the Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway. In the mid s, Kansas City considered itself a major league town [and was, in fact, briefly home to pro teams in all four major league sports], having recently built a modern new airport, convention center, sports arena and a one-of-a-kind sports complex with side-by-side baseball and football stadiums. One significant exception involved the opening of AirWorld Center, a combination office, distribution and light industrial development along I Another big step occurred in Clay County during At the time, few noticed the sale of several parcels totaling more than 5, acres by the Curry Investment Co. Along a gravel lane then called th Street, College Boulevard and Corporate Woods took shape in Today, the development includes more than two dozen office buildings totaling more than 2 million square feet, with countless more offices and commercial development adjacent and nearby. With the establishment of this new and growing employment base on College Boulevard, the region gained a momentum that has continued to this day. As with Corporate Woods 20 years earlier, some of the most dramatic impact of the Sprint campus was on nearby retail, residential and other commercial development that were drawn by this massive project. One occurred at the end of when Hunt Midwest Real Estate Enterprises and CenterPoint Properties Trust of suburban Chicago were named as developers of the first of several major intermodal hubs to be developed in the region. The wheels of truly transformative change in the logistics sector started turning in , when voters in Gardner, Kan. North Kansas City, St. Add in rail lines that in some cases connect directly to ocean ports, and the formula begins to become obvious. The Vista, now operated by Marriott, was a big deal in the fullest sense. 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Almost 10 years after the opening of the new Brush Creek Corridor, the Stowers Institute became a reality, representing a tangible investment in what had long seemed a fanciful dream. There was little to do after hours and little reason for anyone to visit downtown unless they worked there. Although KCI had opened in , little complementary development had occurred. Bartle Hall expanded again, this time with a bold, new state-of-the-art ballroom. Built in the West Bottoms as part of the American Royal complex, Kemper never spurred development nearby, and visitors to Kemper generally bypassed Downtown on their visits. The big winners were the smaller communities of Riverside and North Kansas City which enjoyed a proportionally dramatic inflow of revenue. One of the key steps involved an initiative by the city of Independence in the form of building a new I interchange, which opened the Little Blue Parkway and helped link Highway 40 via Crackerneck Parkway. 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