One would tend to think that, but bars/clubs in underground areas with dim lighting and lots of nooks and crannies draw crime. Look at Underground Atlanta. They tried it in the 70’s and had to close down from the drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves and beggars.
I've heard of SubTroplis, but I don't know how to get there.KCgridlock said:I didn't even know Parville had one of those. Ever been in Subtropolis? Now that place is huge, lots of people, cars, trains and trucks. It's also kinda creepy.
There's an underground in Lenexa that I'm going to try and check out this week.SubTropolis is located across the Missouri River from Kansas City, Mo., and is 100 feet underground. Created by limestone mining, it offers 4.3 million square feet of building space and more than 20 million square feet of developed space (roads, for example).
This represents approximately 10 percent of Kansas City's total industrial property and is larger than the city's downtown business district, according to Tom Steadman, vice president of Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development, which manages SubTropolis. Steadman says it's the largest underground business complex in the world.
Around 50 businesses have settled there, primarily distribution centers for such companies as Safeway Foods and Hallmark Cards. New arrivals include Smith St. John, leasing 110,000 square feet for distribution of kitchen equipment, and Stens, leasing 38,000 square feet for distribution of lawn equipment. Light manufacturing also takes place underground.