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July 18, 2017

The new $4.45 billion Cerner campus in south Kansas City finally has a name.Cerner executives settled on Innovations for what has been called the Trails campus located at the former Bannister Mall, near Interstate 435.

The name, formally unveiled Mond...

March 9, 2017


Cerner Corp. co-founder Neal Patterson has often explained the company this way: It sits at the intersection of health care and technology.

Chief operating officer Mike Nill echoed that point Thursday morning at a ribbon-cutting for t...

November 13, 2014

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Construction has officially begun on Cerner Corp.'s planned $4.45 billion campus in south Kansas City.

The health information technology company is redeveloping the site of a now-demolished shopping center, called Bannister Mall, an...

November 12, 2014

Rob Roberts

Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal 

A 25-year property tax abatement for Oxford on the Blue, a 344-acre biotech research park in south Kansas City, won final approval Thursday from the City Council.

Councilmen Russ Johnson and Scott Wagn...

November 12, 2014

Rob Roberts

Reporter,­ Kansas City Business Journal

Gov. Jay Nixon and Kansas City Mayor Sly James joined Cerner Corp. officials Wednesday afternoon for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the company's new Trails Campus — the largest economic development p...

September 11, 2014


The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Council gave the green light Thursday to the Oxford on the Blue biotech office park plan.

Supporters hope that, combined with the planned Cerner campus, this project north of 87th Street between Inter...

September 10, 2014


The Kansas City Star

A property tax abatement for Oxford on the Blue, a proposed 350-acre biotech office park in south Kansas City, gained a favorable city vote Wednesday.

The five-member Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee...

September 2, 2014

By Keala Milles

PNC Voice

Everyone is looking for a break these days: Big business; small business; non-profit companies,; regular citizens. And who can blame them? It’s really tough out there. But city officials in Kansas City aren’t sure its as tough...

August 29, 2014


The Kansas City Star

An ambitious biotech office park — bigger than Sprint’s headquarters campus or Corporate Woods in Johnson County — is poised to emerge finally in south Kansas City.

Oxford on the Blue, a 350-acre project near the Blue...

May 1, 2014

By Mary Wilson

Jackson County Advocate 

Developers for the upcoming Oxford on the Blue property, located north of 87th Street between I-49 and I-435, presented updates to neighbors at the Southern Communities Coalition meeting on Wednesday, April 16.


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