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Harvesters – One of our Favorite Places to Volunteer!

Kansas City’s Harvesters Community Food Network collects, packages, stores and distributes goods to a network of nearly 800 partner agencies – food pantries, community kitchens and shelters that provide groceries or meals to families, children and seniors in need.

Kearney Commercial Shopping Center Gets a New Look.

Built in 1975 and acquired by Curry in 1996, the real estate services firm recently completed a full exterior renovation of the more than 35,000-square-foot center in Kearney, Missouri, which is about 20 miles north of Kansas City on I-35.

2022 First Quarter Manager’s Meeting

It is a remarkable thing to see your colleagues in person after a two-year COVID delay. Even more so for those whose jobs keep them so busy it is rare as hens teeth to get away for a couple of hours of professional development. This extraordinary thing happened recently when Curry Real Estate Services’ property management team came together for a work session at the Raymond R. Brock Jr. Hall at Northland Neighborhoods, Inc. (NNI).

Curry Promotes Brynn McCan and Patrick Flynn

At the Annual board meeting for Curry Real Estate Services yesterday, Patrick Flynn was elected as Vice President and Brynn McCan was elected as Senior Vice President! These are both well deserved promotions for these individuals who continue to provide valuable leadership and professionalism adding great value to our team

Windmill Square Keeps its Charms in Latest Renovation

Windmill Shopping Center, nearly 50,000 square feet, nearly 50 years old, is likely the most whimsical among the thriving office/retail centers in the metropolitan area. In 2021, Curry began Windmill’s exterior renovation, making repairs as needed and introducing lively, welcoming colors to the paint scheme. The work completed in December.

New, renewing, expanding tenants inspire with their vision for the future

Last year was inspiring. Yes, 2021 – inspiring! We had a front row seat to the burning commitment of entrepreneurs, professionals and trades people investing in their desirable future. We saw for ourselves their overcoming nature and the creativity displayed in navigating obstacles. We came alongside as they sought to open a door to what is next with an expectation of good.

Matt Pepper Joins Curry Real Estate Services Commercial Team

Curry Real Estate Services is happy to announce the addition of Matt Pepper as vice president on its commercial division. In this role, Pepper will help lead the property management and leasing activities for the company’s commercial properties throughout the metropolitan area.

Heather Jordan – Promoted to Assistant Vice President

“Heather is a go-getter,” said Ellen Todd, president of Curry Real Estate Services. “She readily embraced Curry’s standards of excellence, integrity and transparency from day one and brings more than we ask for to every new opportunity.”

Curry Team Navigates Complex Programs to Help Residents Apply for Rental Assistance

While the pandemic continues in fits and starts, many families throughout the greater metropolitan area have struggled with the challenges presented by the roll out of governmental emergency rent assistance programs. Some landlords, like Curry Real Estate Services, stepped into the gap for their residents to help them navigate the various programs and receive rent relief.

The Small Mall is Big in Happy Holiday Memories

Among the many happy memories of Christmases past is one so dear, so classic that it practically has its own alumni group (especially among Northlanders) – The Small Mall at the former Antioch Shopping Center. The iconic just-for-children teeny Christmas mall within the mall was the brainchild of the elves at Curry Real Estate Company who for more than 40 years built the Small Mall, furnished it, stocked the gifts on display and provided the “sales” staff who helped little children shop for and wrap presents priced $2 – $12 all on their own – no adults allowed!

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