Six years after a devastating fire, the former Mission Bowl building at 5399 Martway Street has been demolished. Crews tore down the building in October — about a month behind the project’s schedule. In its place will go a new 161-unit apartment complex.
Now that the demolition is complete, crews are working to sort debris and recycle it, which is part of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification process for the apartment complex, Smith said.
Sunflower Development Group, the Mission Bowl Apartments developer, committed to reserving 20% of the apartment units for low-income tenants, defined as someone who earns up to 60% of the average median income in the Kansas City metro.
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