With the recent opening of REVERB, we asked our own Jon Copaken for his take on where the multifamily market in Kansas City stands—and how this “next normal” is changing the tenant experience.
More and more business owners are realizing the value of engaging a third-party construction management firm so they can stay focused on the business.
What’s next for the Kansas City restaurant scene? The pandemic isn't stopping creative restauranteurs and managers from coming up with innovative solutions.
From assigned seats and open offices to new technology, the pandemic is causing business owners to rethink the future of the office space, especially in KC.
Commercial real estate is adapting to this time of social distancing, thanks to virtual tours and other tech advances hitting at just the right time.
As I’ve learned in my time with Copaken Brooks, if you hope to succeed in commercial real estate (especially in Kansas City), you better get comfortable unplugging.
Animals can be a real source of comfort, yet that doesn’t make things easier for condo associations balancing a no-pets policy and the medical needs of residents.
Retail is far from dead, but retail business owners are being forced to choose their neighbors differently than we’re used to.
A better public transportation system is a win-win situation—for developers, investors, business owners, the local economy and, most important, the residents who call Kansas City home.