Main Street Corridor Development Corporation

Making Midtown a Great Place for All

aka Midtown KC Now   |   Kansas City, MO   |  http://midtownkcnow.org

Mission

Midtown KC Now, formerly known as MainCor, is the champion and leading community partner working to support commercial, mixed use and residential progress and effective and responsible community, economic and aesthetic development to create and encourage the vitality of Midtown.

Ruling year info

1982

Executive Director

Mr. Kevin Klinkenberg

Main address

3931 Main Street

Kansas City, MO 64111 USA

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EIN

43-1251925

NTEE code info

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (S01)

Economic Development (S30)

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

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Communication

Programs and results

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Our programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Corridor Land Use & Development

Redevelopment

Planning

Incentives

Comprehensive parking plan

Business attraction and retention

Real estate marketing, strategies, website of vacancies, real estate cleating house, education center, market survey and goal is to promote the Corridor

KCUMA - Urbata database information

Implementation of Action Steps in the Corridor Plan

Traffic Calming

Transportation

Secure key properties for redevelopment

Provide development incentives

Support expansion opportunities

Population(s) Served

Build/Maintain relationships with 4th District Council people and other government agencies

Planning Annual Membership Meeting

Organize Town Hall Meetings

Funding stability and financial management

Public event planning, strategies, goal is to promote Midtown

Communicate successes

Explore and support expansion opportunities

Population(s) Served

This committee is made of individuals based on talent - Review by this Committee ensures compatibility of all projects with the Corridor Plan.

Use of Urban Design and Historic Preservation as economic tools will encourage owners of historic properties to maintain the historic integrity of the structure, increasing the property’s marketability.

Reinstating the Façade Rebate Program, would encourage property owners to make necessary improvements to draw good businesses to the Main Street Corridor.

Work towards standardized regulations

Support expansion projects

Support Infrastructure Task Force

Population(s) Served

Works with the Prosecutor’s Office and the Kansas City Police Department to keep nuisance offenders off the streets

Removes graffiti quickly, often before the morning rush hour

Keeps the public right-of-ways clean of litter and debris

Assists with snow removal from public walkways

Maintains streetscape improvements

Helps the community when needed

Population(s) Served

Works with the Prosecutor’s Office and the Kansas City Police Department to keep nuisance offenders off the streets Removes graffiti quickly, often before the morning rush hour Keeps the public right-of-ways clean of litter and debris Assists with snow removal from public walkways Maintains streetscape improvements Helps the community when needed

Population(s) Served

Where we work

Accreditations

National Register of Historic Places - Listed Property 2004

Awards

Top Three for Best Practice of TIF 2007

Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA)

Dwight D. Davis Award for Citizen Planner 2009

Missouri Chapter of American Planning Association

Affiliations & memberships

National Trust for Historic Preservation - Partner 2004

Financials

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Main Street Corridor Development Corporation

Board of directors
as of 1/3/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Jim Edson

HOK

Term: 2018 -

Dan Musser

Newmark Grubb Zimmer

Veronica Sellers

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Christopher Kinzel

HDR Engineering

Bill Moseman

American Century Investments

Jim Edson

Lempka Edson Architects/Union Hill Resident

Gina Anderson

CBRE

Michael Cross

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Leah FitzGerald

VanTrust Real Estate

Rigoberto Jurado

Capitol Federal Savings

Wade Kerrigan

St. Paul's Episcopal Church & School

Jon McGraw

Buttonwood Financial Group

DuRon Netsell

Midtown Development, Design, & Construction

Stuart Salomon

3800 Block Property

Dana Strueby

Shook, Hardy, & Bacon, LLP

Erik Hulse

Kansas City Art Institute

Melanie Yearta

Crown Center/Hallmark, Inc.

Gerald Williams (Ex-Officio)

City of Kansas City, MO

Thomas Platt

Westport Land & Management

Matt Hanson

St.Luke's Health System

Laura Burkhalter

Keller Williams/Southmoreland Resident

Greg Flisram

EDC of Kansas City

Ruben Alonso

AltCap/Union Hill Resident

Lauren Hruby

Keller Williams/Southmoreland Resident

Robert Russell

Westport Presbyterian Church

Nancy Wormington

Irish Center of Kansas City