Cerner’s $4.5B Kansas City Campus Reaches New Milestone

The first phase of Missouri’s largest economic development project is nearing completion.

Rendering of Cerner's Kansas City office parkRendering of Cerner’s Kansas City office park

Kansas City, Mo.—Construction of the first two buildings in Cerner Corp.’s new $4.5 billion campus in south Kansas City—the largest economic development project and office park in Missouri—are nearing completion in the initial phase of a project that will take 10 years and add more than 16,000 jobs by 2025.

Cerner, a global supplier of health care technology solutions, services, devices and hardware, announced in August 2013 that it would purchase approximately 237 acres on the site of the former Bannister Mall to accommodate its growth. The development area—bounded by 87th and 95th streets, Interstate 435 and the railway on the east—will eventually include 290 acres and encompass more than 4.7 million square feet of space. That will include 4.3 million square feet in 10 office buildings, a data center, a training/conference center and other amenities like on-site daycare and a health clinic. Known as the Trails Campus, it will also have 370,000 square feet of retail space for restaurants, retail stores and a hotel…

Cerner’s $4.5B Kansas City Campus Reaches New Milestone

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