For those who have read Part One and understand the fundamental prototypes, the regional enterprise network surrounding a economic democracy, and the balance of capitalism, this specialized Part Two of the Project Brief addresses a city complex like that of Kansas City that is an aggregate of many smaller towns where supply and distribution overlap, markets compete for place, and businesses compete for space. The specific brief outlines a unique type of community marketplace financially linked to the neighborhoods which it serves. By engaging in employee-ownership, community-managed banks, and partnership investment, it reforms the marketplace into a production outlet for the greater regional enterprise network of locally owned farms and factories, which in turn shares it profits with producers-buyers as well as investor-manager, balancing productive capital and financial capital.