Sprint Center is a large, multi-use indoor arena in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The building is located at 14th Street and Grand Boulevard, on the east side of the Power & Light District
Saddlbrooke is an incorporated community set in the natural beauty of the Ozark mountains, providing a beautiful and tranquil lifestyle. Saddlebrooke has access to the Mark Twain Forest plus miles of beautiful creeks and stream beds for canoeing or kayaking. Deer, turkey and a bounty of other wildlife adorn this community. Saddlebrooke has it own convenience store, gas station and volunteer Fire Department.
Offering over a half million square feet, the Kansas City Power & Light District is the Midwest’s premier entertainment epicenter. With more than 50 unique and captivating restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment venues, the Power & Light District offers something for everyone. Located in the heart of downtown, this vibrant, new nine-block neighborhood links the Convention Center to the Sprint Arena and is bringing the beat back to Kansas City.
Tall Grass Apartments is one of Springfield’s Premier Apartment Complexes. Situated in the Southwest corridor of town, you have easy access to anywhere in Springfield. From Area Campuses, to Downtown, to The Medical Mile, or any of the South side’s retail centers…you can be there in a matter of minutes!Amenities include Free Ultra Fast Internet, Fully Equipped Kitchens, Washer & Dryer Connections (and Rentals!), On Site Laundry, Pool & Fitness Center! And we have numerous floor-plans available from 1 to 3 Bedrooms.
With more than 420,000 people in the metro area and millions of tourists each year, Springfield is rich with interesting and entertaining attractions, more than 6,300 hotel rooms, more than 800 dining options and a variety of shopping and cultural activities.
The Christ Episcopal Church, Springfield, Missouri, is a rare architectural treasure: an 1870 Carpenter Gothic wood nave, a 1927-28 High Gothic Revival stone chancel and modern parish hall, classrooms and offices, all joined in an harmonious if unusual ensemble. Located on the northeast corner of Kimbrough and East Walnut streets, Christ Episcopal was successfully nominated to the National Register of Historic Places by St. Louis preservationist Mary Stiritz and Ozarks historian Robert Flanders.
Located 2 blocks from Jordan Valley Park and 4.4 miles from Bill and Payne Stewart Golf Course, this convention hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Springfield Expo Center. The traditional quarters feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living space, mini fridges and pull-out sofas. Amenities include complimentary hot breakfast, a full-service spa and a fitness center. Dining options include a casual restaurant and a sports bar. Other amenities include indoor/outdoor pools and 39,000 sq. ft. of event space.
Downtown Springfield will host a flurry of activities for the 2015 Festival of Lights season. Festival of Lights kicks off Saturday, Nov. 21 with the lighting of the Park Central Square Christmas tree! The Mayor’s Tree Lighting Ceremony is Nov. 28 at Jordan Valley Park. Other Festival of Lights activities throughout November and December include horse-drawn carriage rides, free ice skating, holiday productions, shows and concerts.