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Kansas City Deck Park

OJB recently completed concept design for a 4-block deck park in Kansas City. The park will expand over Interstate 670 from Wyandotte Street to Grand Boulevard and serve as the front door to the new Loews Convention Center. The proposed 6-acre park will also provide connections from downtown Kansas City to the Power & Light District, the city’s entertainment district. 

The downtown skyline is changing and the city is seeing increased residential development. The deck park above South Loop I-670 will be a huge amenity for the recently completed and planned apartment towers, as well as for downtown visitors, convention center goers and businesses.

The park will not only eliminate traffic noise, but offer numerous recreational opportunities. Potential programming includes a restaurant, flexible lawn, pavilion, playground, dog park and bark bar, games terrace and botanical garden.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location: 
Kansas City, MO
Team: HNTB

 

Kansas City Deck Park

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Kansas City Deck Park

Kansas City Deck Park

OJB recently completed concept design for a 4-block deck park in Kansas City. The park will expand over Interstate 670 from Wyandotte Street to Grand Boulevard and serve as the front door to the new Loews Convention Center. The proposed 6-acre park will also provide connections from downtown Kansas City to the Power & Light District, the city’s entertainment district. 

The downtown skyline is changing and the city is seeing increased residential development. The deck park above South Loop I-670 will be a huge amenity for the recently completed and planned apartment towers, as well as for downtown visitors, convention center goers and businesses.

The park will not only eliminate traffic noise, but offer numerous recreational opportunities. Potential programming includes a restaurant, flexible lawn, pavilion, playground, dog park and bark bar, games terrace and botanical garden.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location: 
Kansas City, MO
Team: HNTB