Speaking in a unified voice, The Prospect Business Association and its more than 51 supporting partners and stakeholders include business owners, investors, municipal agencies, pastors, and residents.
The Prospect Business Association is committed to fostering a physically and economically sound community along the Prospect Corridor—From 18th to 39th Streets—Prospect Business Association along with its partners and supporting stakeholders work to fulfill its mission to create access to opportunities through securing technical assistance, grants, and other resources needed to advance redevelopment projects and initiatives efficiently and effectively.
If you are interested in being a part of the Prospect Business Association general body meetings meet every second Tuesday 9:00am to 10:30am at the Palestine Senior’s Activity Center 3325 Prospect Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri 64128.
PBA FOCUS POINTS
PROMOTING SMALL BUSINESS
Linwood Shopping Center
2420 E Linwood Blvd Kansas City, Missouri 64109
3121 Prospect Ave, Kansas City, MO 64128
3017 Prospect Ave, Kansas City, MO 64128
3830 Prospect Ave, Kansas City, MO 64128
Lipari Brothers Sun Fresh Market
3110 Prospect Ave, Kansas City, MO 64109
Our Mission & Vision
Its Our Time!
But the work is not done!
It’s going to take urban core stakeholders speaking in unified voice to secure the resources, advocacy, and attention that our residents and families deserve. Isn’t it time?
It’s our time!
Kansas city has experienced economic injections that have reinvigorated areas such as the Crossroads and Downtown. The time to reverse patterns of disinvestment in our urban core is now!
Whether you are an established organization or a budding entrepreneur beginning this journey, the PBA is where you can learn more about city, state, and federal resources that can advance your project, while also leveraging the momentum of other area projects.
Positive on Prospect: the movement community leaders say will turn the east side around Sarah Plake 7:09 PM, Oct 24, 2018 Copyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed....
KIPP KC has rented space in the old Metropolitan Community College Pioneer Campus building at 18th and Prospect Avenue in Kansas City for eight years. Now, the charter middle school has bought the entire 95,000-square foot property as it embarks on a larger expansion...
Positive on Prospect: the movement community leaders say will turn the east side around
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — More people came to the Prospect Business Association meeting on Tuesday than ever before.
“Generations of OGs with the younger people mashed together, blacks, whites, all for one cause to push the inner-city, Prospect, and turn it into Ward Parkway,” described Walter Lee Edwin, AKA The Popper.
It was a meeting of the minds, all talking about the movement right now to revitalize the Prospect Avenue corridor.