West Edge project sold at auction for 10 cents on the dollar

West Edge, the Plaza-area mixed-use project that collapsed under the weight of its ambitions and fancy-pants architecture, sold at an auction on Thursday.

AMC Entertainment, the Kansas City-based movie theater company, has emerged as a possible tenant of the development, which went into bankruptcy in 2009 in a half-completed state. A group associated with RED Development reportedly offered $10 million for the land, unfinished buildings and broken dreams.

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