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Kansas City Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Kansas City is the largest city in the state of Missouri. Kansas City is a thriving cultural and economic center at the heart of the United States. Kansas City is the center of a bi-state Metropolitan Statistical Area composed of 15 counties.

Both the geographic and population centers of the United States lie within 250 m...




Kansas City Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Kansas City is the largest city in the state of Missouri. Kansas City is a thriving cultural and economic center at the heart of the United States. Kansas City is the center of a bi-state Metropolitan Statistical Area composed of 15 counties.

Both the geographic and population centers of the United States lie within 250 miles of Kansas City, making Kansas City commercial real estate a natural hub for intermodal transportation, warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution. Kansas City commercial real estate helps contribute to the city’s diverse economy.

Kansas City commercial real estate offers a home for items and goods produced in Kansas City, which include grain mill products, roasted coffee, chips and similar snacks, meat products, bakery products, apparel, millwork and plywood, furniture, paperboard containers and boxes, converted paper products, commercial printing and publishing, drugs, soaps and detergents, agricultural chemicals, plastics, concrete, mineral wool, fabricated structural metal products, ordnance and accessories, industrial machinery and equipment, electronic/electrical equipment, motor vehicles, search and navigation equipment.

Kansas City commercial real estate also offers many incentives, including local, state and job training programs, for both new and existing companies.

The Kansas City Area Development Council is a bi-state, regional coalition of business, government, economic development, and chambers of commerce leaders. The council works with community partners to attract business and industry to the bi-state metropolitan area. Businesses opening or relocating with Kansas City commercial real estate are eligible for several incentive programs that, at the time of initial investment, offer direct cost reductions. Some of the programs also reduce annual operating costs. Businesses and individuals located in the metropolitan area are also affected by a tax structure that is quite favorable when compared to most regions of the United States. The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce's Business Resource Center provides information for the research and business planning stage.

Businesses relocating to or expanding with commercial real estate in the Kansas City area can also take advantage of a wide range of financial incentives provided by state and local government agencies. These include state income tax credits, real and personal property tax exemptions, sales tax exemptions, financing programs, workforce training, and a number of other programs.
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