The Keystone Community Corp. aims to engender goodwill among innovators in burgeoning Kansas City industries with the redevelopment of a nonprofit’s former “legacy home” in the East Crossroads. Equity partner Sunflower Development Group has Goodwill of Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas’ former office and warehouse building at 1817 Campbell St. under contract.
The 78,060-square-foot structure, which Goodwill employees vacated in November 2019, now is envisioned as the Keystone Innovation District’s first hub location.
The site could house advanced manufacturing innovation centers, co-working space for entrepreneurs, university lab space or offices for workforce development, Keystone Community Corp.
“We are excited to continue working with Kevin and the Keystone Innovation District on the repositioning of a property that Sunflower feels will be another step in pushing the success of the Crossroads to the East,” Mark Moberly, the firm’s director of development.
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