While we wait for more artists to revive the Troost corridor, the Crossroads District can claim an eastward expansion with the arrival of City Ice. Sean Kelley, former co-director of Grand Arts, is putting the finishing touches on the place with a generous gallery, plenty of studio space and the Pop Shop retail store already up and running. Ron and David Dumay rehabbed their Hospital Hill building with artists in mind. They knew that the big garage doors and vast area (12,000 square feet) would appeal to those who had begun to be priced out of the Crossroads. Enter Kelley, who now curates the art space at Kansas City's Central Library and has maintained a vast network of contacts. He and the Dumays have said they plan to book concerts and put up outdoor sculptures. We look forward to visiting often.