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I can't help wondering about KC's decision-making process that would have the company sticking in downtown through the unfortunate years only to pick up and move when all the negative issues are at last being addressed. The sad delusion of the superiority of the vanilla suburban office environment must be a strong one.
When KC established downtown, there was little opportunity for employees to live there. That has changed and is continuing to change in a major way. Since the company had its own garage, I never understood the stated appeal of a weather-exposed surface lot, no matter how close. And, when employees realize that their pleasant walk-to-lunch and after-work options have evaporated, the gray reality of same-old same-old is going to set in. Of course, those that made the moving decision won't care and will never feel or notice the pain--if they are lucky.
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