Streets of West Pryor
Streets of West Pryor is a 70-acre mixed use development that will be located near I-470 and NW Pryor Rd. Construction on the $178 million project began in 2019. When it is complete, Streets of West Pryor will hold a 235 unit apartment complex, 160+ unit age-restricted apartments, 165+ room hotel, a 63,000 square foot grocery store and a broad range of retail and dining options. The design includes ample green space, as well as trails connecting to nearby Lowenstein Park. Parts of the development are expected to be complete by Summer 2020.
Located near I-470 and View High Drive, Paragon Star will be a $250 million sports-complex anchored project. The sports complex will include 10 regulation soccer fields and is expected to be complete by Summer 2020. Plans for Paragon Star also include a commercial development, Paragon Star Village, which will include a 390-unit luxury multifamily complex, 100,000 square feet of Class A office space, two hotels, 90,000 square feet of retail and a 12,000 square foot entertainment venue.
Located at 3rd St. and View High Rd., New Longview combines classic Kansas City architecture with the magnificent beauty of the R.A. Long estate. Transforming significant historical structures into usable community centers and landmarks is the signature of the community. Choices are abundant, with over 1,100 residences, 600,000 square feet of office and retail space, park land and modern conveniences inspired by traditional neighborhood design. In 2019 the Lee’s Summit City Council approved a Community Improvement District for the area. While development is still in the works, plans include a one acre event space that will host special events and public concerts. The addition is expected to break ground in 2020.
Summit Technology Campus
Summit Technology Campus (STC), 777 NW Blue Parkway, is located within one mile of SummitWoods Crossing and Summit Fair shopping centers. STC is an outstanding, large-scale office site ideally suited to accommodate office, call center, data center or light manufacturing operations. At just over one million square feet, STC offers ample space for most applications. AT&T originally developed the property as a microelectronics manufacturing facility. The resulting infrastructure has proven to be well-suited for data center and disaster recovery tenants. STC also houses the Lee’s Summit Integration Campus, a 500,000-square-foot tech hub, equipped with a dual grid substation that has full-capacity feeds capable of carrying an entire station load.
Historic Downtown Lee’s Summit is a nationally and state accredited Main Street community. Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street uses a comprehensive and balanced approach to revitalization efforts, with an underlying goal of promoting and strengthening the downtown core and preserving its historic character. In 2018, Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street saw public and private investment of more than $1 million in the historic district.