Topic: Kansas City Metro

Where can I find a smaller community in the Kansas City area?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

The communities north of Kansas City offer a small-town atmosphere while remaining close to all the action in KC. This area boasts many historic sites and wide-open spaces. Liberty is the second oldest incorporated town west of the Mississippi and has six districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic downtown area […]

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What are the hottest apartments in Kansas City?

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One of the hottest trends in Kansas City apartments is the loft. Lofts are uniquely urban residences, rarely seen outside a big city. In Kansas City, they are scattered throughout many parts of the downtown area, including the Garment District and the Crossroads/Freight District. Loft apartments here are unique because many are located in renovated […]

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Where can I find a nice, affordable apartment in the greater Kansas City area?

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South Kansas City is the home of the Kansas City Zoo and the Starlight Theatre, both located in Swope Park. The neighborhoods of Brookside and Waldo offer charming neighborhood shops and restaurants in a suburban setting. Lee’s Summit is one of the "Top 100 Cities in America." Home to more than 90,000 residents, it is […]

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Where can I find an upscale neighborhood in Downtown Kansas City?

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The Country Club District is one of the more upscale areas of downtown Kansas City. It sprang up around the site of the old Kansas City Country Club, which is the source of its name. The district is home to the fourteen-square-block Country Club Plaza, an outdoor shopping and entertainment area with restaurants, cafes, shops, […]

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Where can I find a community with many recreational and sports venues in the Kansas City area?

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Wyandotte County, or “The Dot”, incorporates Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, and Kansas City, Kansas, and is governed by a single unified government. The area is home to NASCAR’s Kansas Speedway and the Kansas City Wizards soccer club. Over 150,000 people live in Wyandotte County, where they enjoy a relatively low cost of living and have access […]

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Where can I find a vibrant, sophisticated, up-and-coming neighborhood in Downtown Kansas City?

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Since the 1880s, Kansas City’s Library District has been a cultural and entertainment center for the city. The architecture is diverse and dates from 1881-1950; four buildings in the area are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The centerpiece of the neighborhood is the library garage, which was completed in 2004. The south […]

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Where in Downtown Kansas City can I find a neighborhood that is young, hip, and creative?

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Creative souls have a home in downtown Kansas City: the historic Crossroads Arts District. The Crossroads sits between the Downtown Central Business District and the Crown Center. The neighborhood was conceived by local artists, and their culture thrives there today. In fact, The Crossroads has become the artistic heart of the city, and it is […]

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Where can I find a blossoming Downtown Kansas City neighborhood with lots of green space?

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While Kansas City’s Financial District is home to many of the city’s banks, there is also a growing residential and retail neighborhood. Residents are attracted by the district’s many restaurants and its nearby cultural attractions, including the Midland Theatre and the Kansas City Central Library. As testament to its new face as a residential area, […]

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Where in Kansas City can I find a neighbohood that is lively, thriving, and a center of activity?

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The Westport area, which calls itself “the original Kansas City”, is rich in history. It was once an outfitting post for pioneers headed west along the National Trail System. The California, Lewis & Clark, Oregon, and Santa Fe Trails all ran through the towns of Kansas and Westport. The location made the area ideal for […]

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Where is Kansas City’s hottest neighborhood?

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The Convention and Power & Light District of Kansas City is more than just a tourist mecca. The area is home to Bartle Hall, the city’s convention center, and the Sprint Center Arena, an 18,500-seat venue that hosts major concerts, sporting events, and other shows. Connecting Bartle Hall and the arena is the Kansas City […]

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