Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City

helicopter-2Last week in Midtown Kansas City, a police helicopter pilot looking back, a charter school agrees to study the Midtown market, and what “low inventory” means to your real estate search.

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Retired police captain Jack Brady – one of the original Kansas City police chopper pilots in 1968 – rode Monday in a new model. Much has changed from the air in the decades since his last flight, he said. But some things stayed the same.

The group studying changes to the airport began its deliberations.

The Midtown Community School Initiative said it has selected an educational partner to evaluate the feasibility of launching a new charter school here.

Our real estate experts told us the market is improving, and more and more buyers are ready to pull the trigger. However, “low inventory” in the housing market could have an impact on buyers and sellers.

At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, installation of a glass-walled labyrinth designed by Kansas City native Robert Morris, his first permanent labyrinth in the United States, is going on. And its fitting, as Morris credits childhood visits to the Nelson-Atkins as nurturing his interest in art.

And we gave you the details you need about parking and driving when the St. Patrick’s Day parade takes over Midtown Streets on Monday.

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