Kansas City Intergenerational Community

The Kansas City Intergenerational Community is preliminary planning and development for a mixed-income neighborhood located in Kansas City, MO. The new plan builds on existing connections within the community and consists of affordable senior housing, mixed senior and intergenerational infill housing, and a new intergenerational village and community hub. Sustainable, natural, and low-maintenance landscapes will facilitate passive storm water management throughout the new neighborhood.

Phil B. Curls Manor

3D Rendering of Phil B. Curls Manor and community pedestrians

Phil B. Curls Manor is the first phase of the Kansas City Intergenerational Community. The 4-story building provides 54 affordable apartments for seniors and amenities that include a theater, community room, fitness, bike storage, in-unit laundry, and medical exam room. The building is named after longtime Kansas City lawmaker Phil B. Curls who was instrumental…

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Cleveland Heights, Kansas City, MO

Status

In-Progress

Client

Brinshore Development, LLC