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      Welcome

      The HKC Annual Members meeting and special program will be held WEDNESDAY, MAY 4TH from 5 – 7:30 PM at the Fire House KC.

      See Details HERE.

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      The Historic Kansas City has a lot of events happening throughout the year. Please check back regularly to see what we're doing next.

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    • Projects in the Kansas City Community

      Katz Drug Store Redevelopment Proposal

      This iconic Kansas City building was built in 1934 as home to the first Katz Drug Store outside the central business district. It was the first major work by architect Clarence Kivett, who would… read more

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    • I'm a Preservationist

      Andy Rieger

      Owner - J. Rieger & Co.

      Reviving a family brand and giving new life to the East Bottoms.  Andy Rieger is a direct descendant of Jacob Rieger, originator of J. Rieger & Co. – the largest mail-order whiskey house in the…

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    Welcome

    The HKC Annual Members meeting and special program will be held WEDNESDAY, MAY 4TH from 5 – 7:30 PM at the Fire House KC.

    See Details HERE.

    Read More Historic Kansas City »

    Check out our Calendar

    The Historic Kansas City has a lot of events happening throughout the year. Please check back regularly to see what we're doing next.

    View the Calendar »

    4728-4734 Summit

    In June of 2015 neighborhood residents reported that these Plaza apartments on Summit had been vacated by all occupants. A subsequent search of city permit applications revealed utility cut-off and pre-demolition permits, indicating an intent… read more

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    Craig Slawson

    Owner - EPOCH Development

    Craig Slawson is committed to investing in Kansas City’s historic built environment.  He’s going in big, buying ten historic buildings on the west side of a three-block stretch of Delaware Street between Third Street and…

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