Hardesty Renaissance Booklet Published
Jun01

Hardesty Renaissance Booklet Published

Find out more about the Hardesty Renaissance project in this booklet:...

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Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Update
May05

Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Update

In the fall of 2011, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), a not-for-profit community development organization established in 1974 in New York City, purchased the Hardesty Federal complex from the General Services Administration (GSA) through its Missouri-incorporated affiliate Hardesty Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (HREDC) — the organization’s first community development effort outside of NYC. Considered a bold...

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Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Update
May05

Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Update

Hardesty Renaissance Redevelopment Update May 5, 2015 In the fall of 2011, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), a not-for-profit community development organization established in 1974 in New York City, purchased the Hardesty Federal complex from the General Services Administration (GSA) through its Missouri-incorporated affiliate Hardesty Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (HREDC) — the organization’s first community...

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Opening of Hardesty Renaissance Mobile Office
Jun06

Opening of Hardesty Renaissance Mobile Office

On Thursday, May 8, 2014, Design + Make’s unveiled Hardesty Renaissance’s new mobile office. Design + Make is a capstone architecture graduate studio at Kansas State University led by David Dowell, AIA, a principal with el dorado inc. For the semester’s final project, a bright team of Kansas State students developed a sustainable, cost effective, and aesthetically appropriate leasing office to be located at our first developed...

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Hardesty Renaissance Planning and Feasibility Study
Apr10

Hardesty Renaissance Planning and Feasibility Study

Hardesty Renaissance Planning and Feasibility Study

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Groundbreaking
Dec13

Groundbreaking

On Tuesday, December 10, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) affiliate Hardesty Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (HREDC) celebrated the groundbreaking of its project in Kansas City, MO. The former Federal complex is an 18 acres site adjacent to the Kansas City Terminal Railroad, with 572,000 square feet of space in its collective six buildings. Built in 1941 as a Quartermaster’s Depot, the complex served many government...

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