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KANSAS CITY—Like many cities across the US, Kansas City has seen its urban core become a popular residential neighborhood. But the Paseo Gateway district adjacent to downtown has struggled for years with poverty and a lack of investment. All that may change thanks to a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods grant from the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development to the city and its public housing authority, which over the next five years will replace the Chouteau Courts public housing site with a mixed-income development.

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