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Check out this recent report by KSHB on why State Historic Tax Credits are vital to the redevelopment of buildings like the New Yorker:   ——KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Developers say Missouri’s historic tax credit is responsible for a lively and active downtown Kansas City that didn’t exist two decades ago. Developer John Bennett, Vice President of KC Loft Central, is in the process of developing the historic Bray hotel building. The apartment project is set to be completed by May. “This building was actually constructed in 1915 by The Hotel Bray. It’s commonly known as Kansas City’s skinniest skyscraper,” said Bennett. Bennett said if it weren’t for the tax credit, this project and many others he’s been involved in over the years, wouldn’t be possible.—–   The New Yorker will be home to 29 studio and one bedroom apartments most of which will be rented for less than $1,000/month.  Check out our website at:   for more information.  Or contact KCLoftCentral at 816-842-6544 today for details on how to reserve your new home at The New Yorker.  
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