Curbed, a popular blog looking at big market (and big money) real estate, has turned its attention to the Hall family’s Mission Hills mansions in honor of the fast-approaching Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day has often been accused of being a “Hallmark holiday,” trumped up by retailers to encourage the sale of chocolates, flowers, and, of course, greeting cards. The derogatory term gets its name from the Kansas City, Mo.-based purveyor of paper products, and the Hall family—who have owned Hallmark since its inception 101 years ago—are hardly complaining…FROM OUR SPONSORS:
Even if shoppers turn on the greeting card business entirely, the Halls will have plenty to fall back on, including at least $10M worth of real estate in the ritzy Kansas City suburb of Mission Hills. A drop in the bucket next to the family piggy bank