A feeling of renewal is brewing at Martin City Brewing Company’s Original Gastro Pub. Legendary, hometown beer remains the star attraction, and now you have a few new reasons to look forward to eating at the corner of 135th Street and Locust. Despite all of the troubles 2020 dumped on local businesses, Martin City Brewing Company fought through it all with impressive success.
Dr. Chris Pounds D.C. had several locations to choose from in Kansas City, but none matched the opportunity he found in Martin City. Positions Chiropractic recently opened in the State Line Point Shopping Center on Washington Street and Pounds says he’s settling in for the long haul. “This is exactly where I want to begin building a business focused on helping and healing.”
So long 2020! It was a rough year for many local Martin City businesses and we want to say THANK YOU to all the generous people who did so much to support them. We're nothing if not resilient in our own small-town community, and if you take a closer look, you'll see hope and possibilities are abundant in Martin City.
There’s been no shortage of lessons about business and life over the 17 years Hangers Cleaners has been around. As founder Joe Runyan looks back on competing in this very difficult industry, he finds satisfaction in his ability to adapt to change and detect opportunities with the help of friends, family, and the Martin City community.
Business surveillance cameras often unknowingly capture evidence about unsolved crimes in Kansas City. Unfortunately, the footage goes unnoticed because the owner or security staff wasn’t aware of the crime. When you register your cameras in KCPD’s Watch KC database, you help detectives solve more crimes.
Martin City's current website theme is outdated and many bugs and glitches exist throughout the site. The MCCID is looking for an experienced website development agency or individual to migrate our current WordPress website to a new mobile-friendly theme and configure and update all widgets and plugins for optimal site performance.
The 110-year-old railroad house may look like a residential estate but it’s zoned for business, and for the first time in three decades, it’s available for rent.
An independent car dealership is quietly closing in on a decade of success on 135th Street. Midwest AutoPark was forced to downshift when the pandemic hit, but now it’s picking up speed again, thanks to the reputation owner Sam Arnold has worked hard to establish.
Inspired by a revival in 1946, the old church located at 135th Street and Charlotte in Martin City has endured despite difficult circumstances. Below is a historical timeline showing the evolution of the church from 1946 to 2020. Read the full story>> Homer “Roy” Lynn and Thelma Lynn donated part of their land for...
In the past, businesses have paid an annual fee to be a part of the security program to help cover a portion of the costs, however, the CID Board of Directors recently voted to cover ALL costs of the security program and will provide the Enhanced Security Service to ALL businesses in the Martin City CID!