Richard King, former owner of The Blue Note and Rose Music Hall, and three partners are buying Cooper’s Landing. The deal could be finalized by March 1 or sooner.The three other buyers in the deal are Jim Alabach, Grant Stauffer and Scott Robinson. The check is in escrow, and it’s a 99 percent “done deal,” King said Wednesday. He wouldn’t reveal the sale price.Mike Cooper, 70, has owned and operated Cooper’s Landing at a beautiful bend in the Missouri River for the past 30 years. King said Cooper wanted to sell the popular music, camping, dining, boat docking and fueling station to King earlier. But King couldn’t jeopardize his agreement with the buyers of The Blue Note and Mojo’s — now Rose Music Hall. Their agreement stipulated that King could not run a music venue for four years.King said he’d heard that Cooper had a deal to sell the place last year, but it fell through. He said he couldn’t be more excited that an agreement is almost finalized, and he credited Cooper for his cooperation every step of the way.“You can’t find a better setting right there on the river like that,” he said.In an interview Wednesday afternoon, Cooper said… Read full this story
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