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Housing and Land Development

Pamela Smart also serves as Development Specialist. Ms. Smart has been employed by the MCRC since 2001. She was previously employed by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Public Utilities as an Associate Engineer and Engineer’s Draftsman for thirteen years in the Water Department.

Pamela is a graduate of Sumner Academy of Arts and Sciences. She has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering and a Master of Science Degree in Engineering Management. She has also earned Certification as a Housing Development Finance Professional and an Economic Development Finance Professional.

Pamela is also presently employed by the University of Kansas Medical School / Urban Academy where she serves as a part-time Faculty Member teaching math to participating middle school students in Wyandotte County.

Her community involvement includes the Board of Public Utilities Employee Council, American Water Works Association and the National Society of Black Engineers. Pamela has accepted a position on the Supplier Diversity Ordinance Board that is being developed by the Mayor of Kansas City, Kansas, Mr. Joe Reardon. She also serves on the Parent Council Committee for F.L. Schlagle High School.

Email: psmart@mtcarmelrc.org

Telephone Voice (913)621-4111

Fax (913)621-4448

Mt. Carmel Redevelopment Corp.™

Mt. Carmel Place is a 61-unit housing facility for seniors 55 years old an older with incomes at or below 60% of the median family income for the area. Fifty percent of the units have been allocated to persons with income below 50% of the median income.

There are both one and two bedroom units housed in a three story facility, a library, meeting space, a community room just for residents and a community room for community use. Mt. Carmel Place (completed in 2001) has an activity center to foster wellness, activity and a sense of community among the residents. Mt. Carmel Place is in close proximity to the Breidenthal Youth and Family Service Center to allow cross -generational programming and senior involvement in community activities.

MCRC is presently in partnership with the local Weed & Seed group, and together we have built a “Senior Computer Café “. Residents enjoy learning basic computer skills from a trained instructor, who has developed a curriculum that is uniquely designed for senior learning. The program includes classes on: learning the mouse and keyboard, learning basic computer software, playing computer games, internet basics, using email printing, scanning, and more. Classes are held for one hour, once a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classes are filled with seniors who had never turned on a computer before, but who now send emails to family and friends. Though many seniors initially feel intimidated by computers, this class offers them the opportunity to learn the cyber language of their children and grandchildren.




Breidenthal Youth and Family Community Center - Home to the offices of MCRC and the Boys and Girls Club , MCRC completed the Breidenthal Youth and Family Service Center, a $8.4 million, 45,000 Square foot complex serving neighborhoods in Northeast Wyandotte County, Kansas City, Kansas in 2006. The center houses a child development center for 100 children, gymnasium, youth activity rooms, other multipurpose rooms and community outreach services.



Mt. Carmel Transitional Housing - The Transitional Living Program at MCRC was created to serve clients in Wyandotte County who are homeless. HUD defines homeless as families who do not have a safe environment personally or with a relative, and who have no other safe alternative living arrangement.

Currently, MCRC point in time capacity is 42 beds that are utilized for transitional houses.  MCRC’s Transitional Housing Facilities provide a safe place, free from discrimination, harassment, and rejection, a place of mutual trust where participants are required to structure decisions for their own lives. MCRC™

Carmelle Estates™ New Homes

Carmelle Estates - A mid-level single housing subdivision.

This growing subdivision is one of the latest additions of quality homes in Kansas City. Carmelle Estates enjoys new infrastructure ranging from sewer, side walks, storm water drains , street lighting and the latest in telecom cabling for voice and information technologies.

Adding quality rooftops to the community attracts a needed cross section of citizens to the region which energizes the neighborhoods with vitality, diversity, upwardly mobile growth and appreciable sustainability. Click on the images below↓


Several floor plans are available for the Carmelle Estates™ subdivision. Click here to see floor plans.