KANSAS CITY, MO. — Hunt Midwest has closed on the acquisition of more than 1,300 acres located adjacent to the Kansas City International Airport. The land is contiguous with roughly 2,000 acres already owned by Hunt Midwest, which plans to build the largest logistics park in the state of Missouri. Dubbed KCI 29 Logistics Park, the project will support up to 18 million square feet of Class A logistics and manufacturing space, along with more than 20 acres of commercial mixed-use space. Hunt Midwest says the site has the potential to attract more than 8,000 employees with an overall capital investment of nearly $1.3 billion over the next decade. The project will be situated near KCI Air Cargo operations, which includes hubs for UPS, FedEx and USPS.
Hunt Midwest to Build 3,300-Acre Logistics Park in Kansas City, Missouri