Go inside ‘SubTropolis,’ the underground city housing Hollywood treasures, ‘cool’ companies
Under a hill in Kansas City lies a massive man-made facility where businesses have taken up shop. Reporting for Sunday TODAY, NBC’s Harry Smith explores the 6 million square foot industrial park holding Hollywood treasures, cloud computing services and even food distributors.
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