Marketing firm Global Prairie finds new digs, partially disappears from tax rolls

A Kansas City marketing company has moved four blocks, and the city will become a little poorer as a result.

Global Prairie has changed addresses in the Crossroads District. The company recently left its location at 1619 Walnut for the Vitagraph Film Exchange Building, at 17th Street and Wyandotte. Though its zip code remains the same, half of Global Prairie’s workforce will fall off the city’s tax rolls because of an agreement with philanthropist Shirley Helzberg, who restored the Vitagraph Building.

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