A former Macy’s department store now known as the Waterfront Technology Center has been bought by one of its current tenants.
Rachel Hilton was excited for everything Lee’s Summit offers when she moved here a few years ago, but she felt it was missing opportunities to enjoy boutique fitness. As a result, she is now working to build the boutique fitness community in town by opening Pure Barre and CycleBar studios.
Look no further than downtown Sparks!
What is nice about local art being integrated into city planning (or businesses taking it upon themselves to add a bit of style) is that it brings a unique beautification to an area and establishes a sense of place. Fortunately, Sparks has a plethora of murals, sculptures, statues, and more that are outdoors and available anytime, anywhere even during COVID-19.