Downtown Kansas City

Great downtowns are no longer reducible to offices. Now, they are transforming into spaces to live and socialize. Downtown Kansas City has charted this course; mixing live and work together in a thriving, walkable environment.

The Downtown Council is pleased to announce New York Times best-selling author Dan Gardner as the keynote speaker for our Annual Luncheon. Gardner will take the lessons learned in his latest book, How Big Things Get Done, and apply them to the catalytic projects poised to determine Downtown’s future.

The Imagine Downtown KC 2030 plan is designed to serve as the primary vision-setting and policy blueprint for shaping a stronger, better, more resilient community with an unflinching commitment to creating an equitable, inclusive, and vibrant Downtown Kansas City.

The South Loop Project is a sustainable urban park that will bring Kansas City together like never before, bridging Kansas City’s Central Business District and the Crossroads Arts District and linking adjacent communities.

Businesses, retailers, professional sports teams, and a young educated workforce are fueling Downtown Kansas City’s renaissance. Today, Downtown has become the fastest-growing residential neighborhood in the entire region and the very best place for people and businesses to connect with each other.

Downtown Council of Kansas City

The Downtown Council of Kansas City is a private, nonprofit membership organization representing Kansas City’s best businesses, property owners, nonprofit organizations, and anyone invested in Downtown’s success.

Downtown Council of Kansas City
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Kansas City, MO 64106

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