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Ready to Surf in North Kansas City?

June 2017

Plans for the new One North development in North Kansas City include a FlowRider wave generator at the Flow House restaurant and entertainment center.

North Kansas City’s rapidly expanding One North development will soon get a FlowRider wave generator.

Flow House Kansas City restaurant recently announced the addition as part of plans for an 8,000-square-foot flowboarding area. Flow House is one of four restaurants set to open next year in the $200-million, mixed-use One North Development. The 58-acre area is immediately southeast of I-35 and Armour Road in North Kansas City.

Destination Developers LLC, is the master developer of the site, which promises to be a notable addition to the Clay County business community. Flow House alone is dramatic, with tentative plans calling for a 40-foot-tall glass area to house the FlowRider.

The first project is likely to be a $35 million Driv Golf Lounge & Brewhouse, similar to a facility in Overland Park. Other plans include a 50,000-square-foot medical office building and a 200-unit apartment project. Two 100-room hotels are planned by North Kansas City-based KMG Hotels. A 15,000-square-foot conference center and a grocery store are also scheduled.

Infrastructure work is now underway and plans call for the completion of contracts this summer. Completion of the development is projected for late 2018.

North Kansas City began purchasing a 62-acre site that includes this development in the early 2000s. Four acres were sold to Meierotto Jewelers for construction of a new headquarters.


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