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Neighborhoods:

18th and Vine, Bannister Acres, Beacon Hills, Blue Hill Estates, Blue Ridge Farms, Blue Valley, Boone Hills, Bridlespur, Broadway Gillham, Calico Farms, Coleman Highlands, Columbus Park, Country Lane Estates, Crossgates, Crossroads, Crown Center, Fairlane, Foxtrot, Hanover Place, Harlem, Hickman Mills, Hickman Mills South, Hidden Valley, Highview Estates, Hospital Hill, Hyde Park, Independence Plaza, Indian Mound, Ivanhoe, Kirkside, Lea Manor, Legacy East, Linden Hills, Loma Vista, Longfellow, Marlborough, Martin City, Mission Lake, Oakwood, Pendleton Heights, Quality Hill, Red Bridge, Red Bridge North, Red Bridge South, Richards Gebaur, River Market, Roanoke, Robandee, Robandee South, Rockhill, Royal Oaks, Ruskin Heights, Ruskin Hills, Santa Fe Hills, Scarritt Point, Sechrest, Sheffield, Southmoreland, St. Catherine's Gardens, Stratford Estates, Sunset Hill, Terrace Lake Gardens, The Plaza, Union Hill, Valentine, Verona Hills, Volker, Waldo, Ward Parkway, Washington Wheatley, Wendell Phillips, Western Hills, Westport, Westside, White Oak, Willow Creek, Woodbridge


18th and Vine neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.398 square miles



Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 70 (US Hwy 40).

Roads and streets: E Truman Rd; E 18th St (E 18 St); E 14 St (E 14th St); E 16 St (E 16th Ter); E 17 St (E 17th St); Kansas Ave; Benton Plz; Benton Blvd; Montgall Ave; Agnes Ave; Prospect Ave; Paseo Blvd (The Paseo); E 15th Ter (E 15 Ter); E 17th St; E 17th Ter (E 17 Ter); Euclid Ave; Woodland Ave; Bellefontaine Ave; Chestnut Ave; Brooklyn Ave; Wabash Ave; E 16th St; Olive St; Walrond Ave; Illinois Ave; Vine St; Highland Ave; Paseo Blvd S; Paseo; Garfield Ave; Michigan Ave; Park Ave.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR; St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

18th and Vine neighborhood detailed profile
Bannister Acres neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.769 square miles

Population: 3,484

Population density:
Bannister Acres:

4,530 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Bannister Acres:

$48,051
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Bannister Acres:

$860
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,465
Females:

2,018

Median age
Males:

29.2 years
Females:

36.2 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (95.7% of all units):
Bannister Acres:

$82,083
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (18.8%); production occupations (13.3%); sales and office occupations (11.2%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (10.7%); material moving occupations (10.6%); transportation occupations (7.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (45.8%); business and financial operations occupations (14.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (13.4%); service occupations (11.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.1%); production occupations (4.1%); education, training, and library occupations (2.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 470 (US Hwy 50).

Roads and streets: E 100th Ter (E 100 Ter); Blue Ridge Blvd; E 102nd St (E 102 St); E 99th St (E 99 St); E Bannister Rd; Richmond Ave; E 100 St (E 100th St); Eastern Ave; Overhill Dr (Overhill Rd); E 99th Ter (E 99 Ter); E 96th St (E 96 St); Tullis Ave; Manchester Ave; James A Reed Rd; E 95th Ter (E 95 Ter); Smalley Ave; Sycamore Ave; E 100th Ct (E 100th Terrace Ct); Potter Cir (Potter Ave); Oakland Ave.

Bannister Acres neighborhood detailed profile
Beacon Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.457 square miles

Population: 5,367

Population density:
Beacon Hills:

11,738 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Beacon Hills:

$21,246
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Beacon Hills:

$642
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,916
Females:

2,451

Median age
Males:

40.7 years
Females:

39.4 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (19.3% of all units):
Beacon Hills:

$67,278
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (20.4%); service occupations (19.9%); material moving occupations (12.7%); business and financial operations occupations (11.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.3%); life, physical, and social science occupations (6.3%); legal occupations (6.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: business and financial operations occupations (20.7%); service occupations (14.9%); sales and office occupations (11.6%); education, training, and library occupations (9.3%); production occupations (8.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.9%); computer and mathematical occupations (6.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Troost Ave; Tracy Ave; Forest Ave; Paseo Blvd; W Paseo Blvd; E 27 St (E 27th St); E 28 St (E 28th St S, E 28th St); E 25th St (E 25 St); E 22nd St (E 22 St); E 29 St (E 29th St); E 31 St (E 31st St S); Lydia Ave; E 26 St (E 26th St); Grove St; Harrison St; E 24 St (E 24th St); Bruce Watkins Access Road Pkwy N; E 23rd St; E 30 St (E 30th St); Lake Ave; Berkowitz; E 21st St (E 21 St); E 28th Ter (E 28 Ter); E 23 St (E 23rd St); E 21st St; Paseo St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Beacon Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Blue Hill Estates neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.848 square miles

Population: 1,503

Population density:
Blue Hill Estates:

1,773 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Blue Hill Estates:

$54,972
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Blue Hill Estates:

$1,666
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

641
Females:

862

Median age
Males:

52.1 years
Females:

57.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (60.7% of all units):
Blue Hill Estates:

$284,106
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (6.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$176,602
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (1.4% of all units):
Blue Hill Estates:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (29.4% of all units):
Blue Hill Estates:

$45,745
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (19.3%); business and financial operations occupations (17.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.1%); service occupations (10.0%); legal occupations (4.2%); production occupations (4.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (38.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (22.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (12.4%); business and financial operations occupations (8.8%); service occupations (7.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (7.2%); legal occupations (5.3%)


Roads and streets: Baltimore Ct; Wornall Rd; St Andrew Dr; Oakmont Dr; Summit St; W 123rd Ter (W 123 Ter); W Tam O Shanter Dr; W 125 Ter; W 123 St (W 123rd St); W 124 St (W 124th St); W 128th St (W 128 St); W 123rd Ter; Duke Gibson Dr; W 130th Ter (W 130 Ter); W 122 Ter (W 122nd Ter); W Burning Tree Dr; Wyandotte St; Carnoustie Dr; Baltimore Ave; Washington Ct; W 122 St (W 122nd St); Wyandotte Ct; W 126 Ter; 127th Ter; Avila Dr; Inverness Dr; 127th St (W 127 St); 126 Ter; Belleview St.

Blue Hill Estates neighborhood detailed profile
Blue Ridge Farms neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.476 square miles

Population: 461

Population density:
Blue Ridge Farms:

312 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Blue Ridge Farms:

$50,075
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Blue Ridge Farms:

$502
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

232
Females:

228

Median age
Males:

32.4 years
Females:

32.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (64.6% of all units):
Blue Ridge Farms:

$184,390
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (9.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$1,638,012
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (6.6% of all units):
Blue Ridge Farms:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (3.5% of all units):
Blue Ridge Farms:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (26.1%); sales and office occupations (24.8%); business and financial operations occupations (8.0%); transportation occupations (7.7%); architecture and engineering occupations (7.3%); material moving occupations (5.6%); production occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (31.7%); service occupations (18.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.1%); education, training, and library occupations (10.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.9%); business and financial operations occupations (5.5%)


Roads and streets: E Blue Ridge Blvd; Prospect Ave; E 139th St (E 139 St); E 131 St (E 131st St); Woodland Ave; E 129 St (E 129th St); Garfield Ave (Garfield St); Euclid Ave; Brooklyn Ave; Robinson Pike.

Other features: Little Blue Riv.

Blue Ridge Farms neighborhood detailed profile
Blue Valley neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 4.029 square miles

Population: 12,714

Population density:
Blue Valley:

3,156 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Blue Valley:

$22,064
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Blue Valley:

$452
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

6,501
Females:

6,213

Median age
Males:

31.4 years
Females:

34.2 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (70.6% of all units):
Blue Valley:

$44,754
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (24.4%); production occupations (22.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (16.8%); transportation occupations (13.8%); sales and office occupations (9.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.4%); computer and mathematical occupations (2.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (29.6%); service occupations (27.3%); production occupations (8.4%); material moving occupations (7.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.0%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.4%); community and social services occupations (4.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 435; I- 70 (US Hwy 40).

Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 24 (E Winner Rd); Independence Ave (US Hwy 24); 23rd St S (State Hwy 78); US Hwy 40.

Roads and streets: E Truman Rd; E 12 St (E 12th St); E 17th St (E 17 St); Topping Ave; Oakley Ave; Raytown Rd; 23rd St; Hardesty Ave; E 16 Ter (E 16th Ter); Drury Ave; E 13 St (E 13th St); E 16 St (E 16th St); Ewing Ave; Winchester Ave; E 14th St (E 14 St); E 18 St (E 18th St); E 12 Ter (E 12th Ter); E 15th Ter (E 15 Ter); Blue Valley Park Rd W; Bennington Ave; White Ave; Blue Valley Park Rd S; E 28th St S (E 28 St); Crystal Ave; S Corrington Ave; Hayes Ave; Lawndale Ave; E 29 St (E 29th St); Blue Valley Park Rd E; E 27th St (E 27 St); Belmont Ave; Fremont Ave; Bristol Ave; E 31 St (E 31st St S); Blue Valley Park Rd; E 28 Ter (E 28th Ter); Denver Ave; Colorado Ave; Wheeling Ave; E 30th Ter (E 30 Ter); Oakland Ave; Cambridge Ave; Bellaire Ave; E 26th St (E 26 St); E 23 St (E 23rd St); E 24 St (E 24th St); E 30th St (E 30 St); Bonita Ave; E 22nd St (E 22 St); Gary St; Nichols; Van Brunt Blvd; Collins St; Baldwin Ave; Newton Ave; Paloma Ave; E 25 St (E 25th St); Park Tower Rd (Park Tower Dr); E 18 Ter (E 18th Ter); E 29th Ter (E 29 Ter); E 20th St (E 20 St); Fuller Ave; Eastern Ave; Lenn Ave; Potter Ave; E 19 Ter (E 19th Ter); Tullis Ave; Lisa Ln; Monaco Rd; Heart Dr; Sante Fe Trail Park Rd; Van Brunt Dr; E 30th St; E 27 Ter (E 27th Ter); E 26 Ter (E 26th Ter); Circle Dr; Licata Ave; E 29th St; E 21st St; Smalley Ave; E 17th Ter; E 28th St; Manchester Ave; E 16th Ter; E 30th Ter; E 14th St; Manchester Tfwy Xing; Ewing Ave Entrance; Fremont St.

Railroad features: St Louis Southwestern Rlwy; Kansas City Southern Rlwy; Union Pacific RR; Missouri Pacific RR; Kansas City Southern RR; Kansas City Southern Ry Siding; Gst Steel RR; Rock Island RR.

Other features: Big Blue Tributary 1; Big Blue Riv.

Other features: E 16th St.

Blue Valley neighborhood detailed profile
Boone Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.726 square miles

Population: 1,870

Population density:
Boone Hills:

2,576 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Boone Hills:

$48,101
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Boone Hills:

$725
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

954
Females:

915

Median age
Males:

34.2 years
Females:

35.6 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (76.4% of all units):
Boone Hills:

$103,314
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (33.7%); service occupations (9.4%); transportation occupations (9.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.4%); computer and mathematical occupations (7.2%); education, training, and library occupations (7.2%); business and financial operations occupations (4.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (37.4%); education, training, and library occupations (13.9%); service occupations (13.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (11.1%); production occupations (6.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.0%)


Roads and streets: E 90th St (E 90 St); Holmes Rd (Holmes St); Walnut St; E 92 Ter; Main St; Mc Gee St; E 91st Ter (E 91 Ter); E 91 St (E 91st St); E 92 St (E 92nd St); Oak St; Grand Ave; E 90 Ter (E 90th Ter); Central St; Cherry St; State Hwy W (Co Hwy 8-S, E Bannister Rd, E 95th St); E 93th St (E 93 St); E 94 St (E 94th St); W 90 St (W 90th St); W 91st St (W 91 St); E 93rd Ter (E 93 Ter); W 90 Ter (W 90th Ter); W 91 Ter (W 91st Ter); Charlotte St; State Hwy W (W Bannister Rd); Wyandotte St; E Bannister Rd (State Hwy W); Campbell St; E 89th Ter (E 89 Ter); W 92nd Ter (W 92 Ter); Charlotte (Charlotte St); 92nd St; Harrison St (Harrison).

Other features: Dyke Br.

Boone Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Bridlespur neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.509 square miles

Population: 1,506

Population density:
Bridlespur:

2,959 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Bridlespur:

$47,634
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Bridlespur:

$769
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

649
Females:

856

Median age
Males:

49.8 years
Females:

53.8 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (15.2%); education, training, and library occupations (13.8%); service occupations (11.4%); material moving occupations (7.5%); production occupations (7.0%); transportation occupations (6.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (35.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (16.6%); education, training, and library occupations (12.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.1%); service occupations (6.1%); business and financial operations occupations (4.7%); community and social services occupations (4.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: .

Roads and streets: E 106th St (E Bridlespur Dr); E 106th Ter (E 106 Ter); E 107 Ter (E 107th Ter); Holmes Rd (Holmes St); E 105 St; E 108th Ter (E 108 Ter); W 106th St (E 106 St); Walnut Dr; E 103 Ter (E 103rd Ter); Mc Gee St; E 105 Ter (E 105th Ter); Grand Ave; Oak St; E 107 St (E 107th St); E 109th St (E 109 St); E 109 Ter (E 109th Ter); E 104th St (E 104 St); Baltimore Ave; W Bridlespur Ter; W 106 St (W 106th St); W 106th St; W 104 Ter (W 104th Ter); Wyandotte St; Bridlespur Ter; W 108 Ct (W 108th Ct); W 104th St (W 104 St); E Bridlespur Ter; Wornall Rd; E 104th St; W 109th Ter (W 109 Ter); E 103rd St; E 107th St; E 104th Ter (E 104 Ter); Kenwood Ave; Cherry St.

Bridlespur neighborhood detailed profile
Broadway Gillham neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.274 square miles



Roads and streets: Wyandotte St; E Linwood Blvd; Main St; E 33 St; E Gillham Plz (Gillham Plz, Gillham Rd); E 34th St S (E 34 St); Central St; W Armour Blvd; Baltimore Ave; E 32 St (E 32nd St); W Linwood Blvd; W 34th St (W 34 St); E 31 Ter (E 31st Ter); W 31 Ter (W 31st Ter); Oak St; McGee St; E 34th St S; E Armour Blvd; Warwick Blvd; E 34 Ter (E 34th Ter); E 32nd Ter; Grand Ave.

Broadway Gillham neighborhood detailed profile
Calico Farms neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.234 square miles

Population: 1,550

Population density:
Calico Farms:

1,256 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Calico Farms:

$54,190
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Calico Farms:

$850
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

749
Females:

801

Median age
Males:

31.4 years
Females:

30.4 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (11.3% of all units):
Calico Farms:

$109,804
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (26.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$328,852
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (27.3% of all units):
Calico Farms:

$82,124
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (0.7% of all units):
Calico Farms:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (18.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (16.2%); sales and office occupations (11.2%); material moving occupations (9.5%); community and social services occupations (8.9%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.3%); production occupations (4.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (27.7%); sales and office occupations (20.0%); education, training, and library occupations (15.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.3%); legal occupations (5.5%); business and financial operations occupations (4.7%); architecture and engineering occupations (4.7%)


Roads and streets: E Martha Truman Rd (E 119th St); Cleveland Ave; E 114 St; Bridge Manor Dr; E 114 Ter (E 114th Ter); Calico Dr; College Ave; Indiana Ave; E 113 Ter (E 113th Ter, College Dr); Montgall Ave; Askew Ave; E 112 St (E 112th St); Bales Ave; Chestnut Ave; 113th Ter; E 112 Ter (E 112th Ter); Merritt Rd; Monroe Ave; Monroe Ct; College Ln.

Calico Farms neighborhood detailed profile
Coleman Highlands neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.248 square miles

Population: 707

Population density:
Coleman Highlands:

2,845 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Coleman Highlands:

$50,228
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Coleman Highlands:

$709
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

421
Females:

286

Median age
Males:

36.5 years
Females:

39.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (98.6% of all units):
Coleman Highlands:

$203,927
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (43.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.3%); sales and office occupations (11.7%); business and financial operations occupations (9.8%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (3.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (26.9%); service occupations (18.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (15.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.7%); transportation occupations (10.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (8.0%); education, training, and library occupations (4.8%)


Roads and streets: W Coleman Rd; W 32 St (W 32nd St); Summit St (Southwest Trfy); W 33 St; Karnes Blvd; W 34th St (W 34 St); W 32 Ter (W 32nd Ter); W 33 Ter (W 33rd Ter); Terrace St; Belleview Pl.

Railroad features: St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

Coleman Highlands neighborhood detailed profile
Columbus Park neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.532 square miles

Population: 1,661

Population density:
Columbus Park:

3,122 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Columbus Park:

$26,625
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Columbus Park:

$438
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

740
Females:

921

Median age
Males:

34.1 years
Females:

30.9 years

Most popular occupations of males: transportation occupations (16.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.7%); service occupations (11.1%); sales and office occupations (8.7%); material moving occupations (8.7%); production occupations (6.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.2%); service occupations (28.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (11.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.2%); education, training, and library occupations (4.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.5%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 35 (I- 35/29 Highway Ramp S, US Hwy 24).

Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 9 (Heart of America Brg).

Roads and streets: River Front Rd; E 1st St (E 1 St, Guinotte Ave); E 5th St (E 5 St); E Missouri Ave; E 4 St (E 4th St); N Lydia Ave; NE Industrial Trfy; Forest Ave; Pacific St; Charlotte St; Holmes St; Campbell St; Troost Ave; Independence Ave; E 3rd St (E 3 St, NE Industrial Trfy); Gillis St; Harrison St; Tracy Ave; Lydia Ave; E 4th St; Cherry St; Guinotte Ave (E 1st St).

Railroad features: Union Pacific RR; Missouri Pacific RR; Kansas City Southern Rlwy; Kansas City Southern I & M Rail Link; Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR.

Columbus Park neighborhood detailed profile
Country Lane Estates neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.524 square miles

Population: 1,966

Population density:
Country Lane Estates:

3,755 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Country Lane Estates:

$54,726
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Country Lane Estates:

$799
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

886
Females:

1,080

Median age
Males:

51.6 years
Females:

55.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (24.0% of all units):
Country Lane Estates:

$247,302
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (16.9%); sales and office occupations (16.7%); education, training, and library occupations (14.1%); service occupations (13.2%); transportation occupations (10.4%); material moving occupations (8.8%); production occupations (7.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (44.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (12.3%); education, training, and library occupations (11.5%); service occupations (6.5%); business and financial operations occupations (5.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.2%)


Roads and streets: Carondelet Dr W; W Country Ln; Wornall Rd; Glen Arbor Rd; Carondelet Dr; Washington St; W Red Bridge Rd; W 109th St (W 109 St); W 104 St (W 104th St); Summit St; Jefferson St; W 107th St (W 107 St); Madison Ave; W 110th St (W 110 St); W Country Lane Ter; W 109 Ter (W 109th Ter); W Montcrew Dr; Washington Ct; W Bridlespur Ter; Wyandotte St.

Country Lane Estates neighborhood detailed profile
Crossgates neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.333 square miles

Population: 1,694

Population density:
Crossgates:

5,085 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Crossgates:

$37,654
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Crossgates:

$590
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

627
Females:

1,066

Median age
Males:

28.7 years
Females:

34.0 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (90.5% of all units):
Crossgates:

$59,108
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (34.0%); production occupations (19.3%); transportation occupations (16.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (10.4%); sales and office occupations (7.7%); material moving occupations (7.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (35.4%); service occupations (31.3%); transportation occupations (17.0%); education, training, and library occupations (5.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.6%); material moving occupations (1.3%)


Roads and streets: Blue Ridge Blvd; Holiday Dr; Winchester Ave; E 118 Ter (E 118th Ter); Fuller Ave; Fremont Ave; Bristol Ter; Longview Rd; Belmont Ave; Newton Ave; E 117 St; Bennington Ave; E 116 St (E 116th St); E 117th Ter (E 117 Ter); Armitage Dr; Corrington Ave; E 118 Pl (E 118th Ter); Crystal Dr; 119th.

Crossgates neighborhood detailed profile
Crossroads neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.356 square miles

Population: 1,376

Population density:
Crossroads:

3,867 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Crossroads:

$43,542
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Crossroads:

$864
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

665
Females:

711

Median age
Males:

35.7 years
Females:

30.6 years

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (24.4%); transportation occupations (21.3%); sales and office occupations (20.8%); business and financial operations occupations (15.7%); service occupations (13.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (9.6%); production occupations (5.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: business and financial operations occupations (24.2%); sales and office occupations (20.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (15.7%); education, training, and library occupations (15.2%); transportation occupations (14.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (10.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 670.

Roads and streets: Broadway St; Wyandotte St; Central St; Baltimore Ave (W Baltimore Ave); Southwest Blvd; Washington St; W 20 St (W 20th St); Walnut St; Main St; Grand Ave (Grand Blvd); W 18 St (W 18th St); W 17th St (W 17 St); Truman Rd; W 19th St (W 19 St); W 16 St (W 16th St); E 20 St (E 20th St); E 18 St (E 18th St); E 19 St (E 19th St); W 21 St (W 21st St); W Pennway St; W 19 Ter (W 19th Ter); McGee St; E 16 St (E 16th St); E 17 St (E 17th St); W 21st St; W Pennsylvania Ave; W 16th St; St Paul; W 22nd St (W 22 St); Fort Scott St; W 23rd St (W 23 St); Scott St; Mc Gee St.

Crossroads neighborhood detailed profile
Crown Center neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.686 square miles

Population: 511

Population density:
Crown Center:

745 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Crown Center:

$23,837
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Crown Center:

$1,132
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

232
Females:

278

Median age
Males:

38.6 years
Females:

42.4 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (28.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (17.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (14.0%); service occupations (8.7%); architecture and engineering occupations (7.9%); business and financial operations occupations (7.7%); community and social services occupations (4.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: management occupations (except farmers) (23.5%); sales and office occupations (19.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (17.4%); education, training, and library occupations (8.9%); business and financial operations occupations (7.6%); legal occupations (6.0%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 35.

Roads and streets: Penn Valley Dr; Main St; Kessler Rd; E Pershing Rd E (E Pershing Rd); W 31 St (W 31st St, Karnes Blvd); Grand Ave (Grand Blvd); W Pershing Rd; Pioneer Dr; Baltimore Ave; Wyandotte St; W Pennsylvania Ave; McGee Trfy (McGee St); Broadway; W 25 St (W 25th St); Broadway St; Kessler Rd (W 29 St); Liberty Memorial Mall N; Liberty Memorial Mall S; W 26 St (W 26th St); Memorial Dr; Pershing Rd (E Pershing Rd E); Washington St; W Pennway St; Locust St; E 25 St (E 25th St); W 23 St (W 23rd St); Central St; W 22nd St (W 22 St); E 26th St (E 26 St); W 26th St; 22nd St (E 22 St); Oak St; Gillham Rd; E 23rd St; Memorial Dr W; E 25th St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Crown Center neighborhood detailed profile
Fairlane neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.686 square miles

Population: 5,068

Population density:
Fairlane:

3,006 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Fairlane:

$45,323
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Fairlane:

$757
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,345
Females:

2,722

Median age
Males:

32.4 years
Females:

35.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (78.4% of all units):
Fairlane:

$137,818
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.6%); transportation occupations (16.1%); sales and office occupations (12.0%); production occupations (10.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.2%); community and social services occupations (4.3%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (4.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (45.1%); service occupations (22.8%); business and financial operations occupations (9.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.9%); education, training, and library occupations (5.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.8%); production occupations (2.5%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 470); I- 435; US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Hickman Mills Dr (Hillcrest Rd); E 103 St (E 103rd St); Marion Park Dr; E 101 St (E 101st St); Belmont Ave; Bennington Ave; E 99th St (E 99 St); Oakley Ave; E 100th St (E 100 St); E Bannister Rd (Co Hwy 8-S); Fremont Ave; E 102nd St (E 102 St); Drury Ave; Fairlane Dr; E 100th Ter (E 100 Ter); Wheeling Ave; Bellaire Ave; Hardesty Ave; E 101 Ter (E 101st Ter); E 97 St (E 97th St); Beacon Ave; Lawndale Ave; E 96 St (E 96th St); E 96th Ter (E 96 Ter); Cambridge Ave; Newton Ave; Hickman Mills Dr; White Ave; E 95 Ter (E 95th Ter); Sleepy Hollow Dr; E 98th St (E 98 St); E 96 Pl (E 96th Pl); E 102 Ter (E 102nd Ter); E 98 Ter (E 98th Ter); E 99th Ter (E 99 Ter); E 97th Ter (E 97 Ter); E 98th Ct (E 98 Ct); I- 470 Highway Off Ramp S (I- 470 Hwy Exit 1b Ramp S); E 103rd St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy; St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

Fairlane neighborhood detailed profile
Foxtrot neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.358 square miles

Population: 889

Population density:
Foxtrot (Glen Arbor):

2,482 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Foxtrot (Glen Arbor):

$69,526
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Foxtrot (Glen Arbor):

$797
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

469
Females:

420

Median age
Males:

52.6 years
Females:

54.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (100.0% of all units):
Foxtrot (Glen Arbor):

$247,748
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (33.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (13.2%); education, training, and library occupations (11.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.6%); business and financial operations occupations (10.1%); architecture and engineering occupations (5.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (21.6%); sales and office occupations (20.8%); education, training, and library occupations (14.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.0%); service occupations (10.8%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.8%); business and financial operations occupations (6.6%)


Roads and streets: W 114 Ter (W 114th Ter); W Glen Arbor Rd; W 112th St (W 112 St); Wornall Ter; Wornall Rd; W 114th St (W 114 St); Jarboe St; Madison Ave; Glen Arbor Ter; W 113 Ter (W 113th Ter); W 113 St (W 113th St); Holly Ct; W 111th St (W 111 St); W 112 Ter (Holly St); Belleview St (Belleview Ave); Pennsylvania Ave; Holly St; Washington St; W 111th Ter (W 111 Ter); Glen Arbor Rd.

Foxtrot neighborhood detailed profile
Hanover Place neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.248 square miles

Population: 2,846

Population density:
Hanover Place:

11,477 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hanover Place:

$77,943
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hanover Place:

$576
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,580
Females:

1,265

Median age
Males:

42.4 years
Females:

40.8 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (28.8%); material moving occupations (19.0%); sales and office occupations (10.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.8%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (36.2%); service occupations (26.0%); business and financial operations occupations (8.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.5%); education, training, and library occupations (6.3%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.3%)


Roads and streets: Gillham Rd; Oak St; Warwick Blvd; Broadway St; W 36th St (W 36 St); W 37th St (W 37 St); W 38th St (W 38 St); E 36th St (E 36 St); E 38th St (E 38 St); Walnut St; Main St; Central St; Wyandotte St; Baltimore Ave; E 37th St (E 37 St); Mc Gee St; E Armour Blvd; Warwick Ct.

Hanover Place neighborhood detailed profile
Harlem neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.574 square miles

Population: 1,792

Population density:
Harlem:

3,124 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Harlem:

$26,625
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Harlem:

$438
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

798
Females:

994

Median age
Males:

34.1 years
Females:

30.9 years

Most popular occupations of males: transportation occupations (16.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.7%); service occupations (11.1%); sales and office occupations (8.7%); material moving occupations (8.7%); production occupations (6.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.2%); service occupations (28.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (11.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.2%); education, training, and library occupations (4.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Burlington St (US Hwy 71, State Hwy 9).

Roads and streets: Levee Rd; NE Levee Rd; NE Harlem Rd; Atlantic St; N Main St; N Grand Ave; NW Harlem Rd; N Walnut St; N Mc Gee St; N Riley Ave; N Oak St; N Baltimore Ave.

Railroad features: Bnsf RR (Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR); National Starch RR (Ns RR); Chicago Burlington and Quincy RR; Rock Island RR; Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR.

Highways in this neighborhood: Heart of America Brg (State Hwy 9).

Railroad features: Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR.

Harlem neighborhood detailed profile
Hickman Mills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.266 square miles

Population: 2,585

Population density:
Hickman Mills:

2,041 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hickman Mills:

$46,890
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hickman Mills:

$582
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,042
Females:

1,542

Median age
Males:

32.0 years
Females:

35.0 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (54.1% of all units):
Hickman Mills:

$83,078
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (25.9%); production occupations (14.5%); service occupations (13.9%); material moving occupations (11.2%); transportation occupations (7.0%); education, training, and library occupations (6.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (4.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (42.2%); service occupations (28.6%); production occupations (7.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.5%); education, training, and library occupations (4.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.0%); material moving occupations (2.6%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Longview Rd; Hickman Mills Dr (Hillcrest Rd); Sunnyslope Dr; E 113th St (E 113 St); Grandview Rd; Applewood Dr; S Frontage Rd; Orchard Rd; Colorado Ave; Bennington Ave; E 114 Ter (Lister Dr); E Red Bridge Rd; E 112th Ter (E 112 Ter); Access Rd; Norby Rd; E 117 St (E 117th St); E 112th St (E 112 St); Belmont Ave; Barrymore Dr; Lawndale Ave; W Frontage Rd; Moore Ave; E 118 St (E 118th St); Quincy Ave; E 117th Ter (E 117 Ter); Drury Ave; Blue Ridge Blvd (Blue Ridge Exd).

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Hickman Mills neighborhood detailed profile
Hickman Mills South neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.172 square miles

Population: 1,301

Population density:
Hickman Mills South:

1,110 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hickman Mills South:

$47,809
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hickman Mills South:

$738
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

648
Females:

653

Median age
Males:

33.4 years
Females:

38.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (90.1% of all units):
Hickman Mills South:

$110,577
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (28.0%); sales and office occupations (15.0%); material moving occupations (12.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (10.9%); production occupations (5.5%); transportation occupations (4.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.7%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (32.1%); sales and office occupations (18.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.8%); business and financial operations occupations (11.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (9.0%); production occupations (6.1%); transportation occupations (4.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 470).

Roads and streets: E 107 St (E 107th St); E 103rd Ter (E 103 Ter); E 105 St (E 105th St); James A Reed Rd; E 103 St; Lane Ave; Blue Ridge Blvd; Wallace Ave; Oakland Ave; E 104th St (E 104 St); Skiles Ave; Richmond Ave (Richmond Dr); Palmer Ave; E 104 Ter (E 104th Ter); Raytown Rd; E 106th St (E 106 St); Greenwood Rd; E 105th Ter (E 105 Ter); Oxford Ave; Crystal Ave; Eastern Ave; E 106th Ter (E 106 Ter); Manchester Ave; Tullis Ave; Corrington Ave; Smalley Ave; Sycamore Ave; E 106th Ct (E 106 Ct); Smalley Ct.

Hickman Mills South neighborhood detailed profile
Hidden Valley neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.743 square miles

Population: 2,385

Population density:
Hidden Valley:

3,210 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hidden Valley:

$28,036
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hidden Valley:

$521
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,081
Females:

1,303

Median age
Males:

22.4 years
Females:

27.6 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (34.1% of all units):
Hidden Valley:

$92,952
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.3%); sales and office occupations (12.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.4%); production occupations (11.6%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (11.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.2%); material moving occupations (5.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (32.5%); service occupations (25.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.0%); production occupations (9.2%); education, training, and library occupations (6.4%); community and social services occupations (3.6%); transportation occupations (3.4%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Indiana Ave; E 93 St (E 93rd St); Grandview Rd; Bales Dr; Cleveland Ave; E 91 St (E 91st St); Gable St; Gable Rd; Askew Ave; Chestnut Ave; E Bannister Rd (State Hwy W, Co Hwy 8-S, E 95th St); E 94 St (E 94th St); Myrtle Ave; Blue River Rd; Montgall Ave; E 92 St (E 92nd St); E 94 Ter; E Bannister Rd; Crestview Dr.

Hidden Valley neighborhood detailed profile
Highview Estates neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 3.747 square miles

Population: 1,636

Population density:
Highview Estates:

437 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Highview Estates:

$59,879
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Highview Estates:

$669
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

825
Females:

810

Median age
Males:

40.0 years
Females:

44.7 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (62.5% of all units):
Highview Estates:

$171,277
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (20.1%); service occupations (12.4%); transportation occupations (7.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.5%); production occupations (6.7%); community and social services occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (24.8%); service occupations (16.7%); business and financial operations occupations (12.9%); education, training, and library occupations (8.3%); production occupations (7.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.0%); transportation occupations (6.2%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Blue Pkwy (State Hwy 350).

Roads and streets: E Bannister Rd; S Raytown Rd; View High Dr (NW View High Dr); Harrison Rd (Westridge Rd); E 98th St (E 98 St); Brickyard Rd; Military Club Rd; Olmstead Rd; E 94 St (Ralston Ave); E 87 St (Military Club Rd); Stubbs Rd; E 98th Ter (E 98 Ter); E 96th St (E 96 St); E 95 Ter (E 95th Ter); NW Fitzgerald Dr (E 99th St); Noland Rd (S Noland Rd); Norfleet Rd; Willow Ave; Harris Ave; Blue Parkway Side Rd E; Crysler Dr (Crysler Ave); Woodson Dr (Woodson Rd); Military Lake Country Club Rd; E 97 Ter (E 97th Ter); E 97th St (E 97 St); Maywood Ave; E 86 Ter (E 86th Ter); Unity Central Hwy; E 89th St (E 89 St); Harvard Ave; Woodson Rd; George Ave; Appleton Ave; Hardy Ave; Larson Ave; Pleasant Ave; E 92 St (E 92nd St); Ash Ave; Woodside Ave; Hedges Ave; E 96th Ter (E 96 Ter); Ridgeway Ct; E 92nd St; Northern (Northern St); E 94 Ter (E 94th Ter); 98th Street Ter; E 98th Ter; Blue Parkway Xing; E 88th Ter (E 88 Ter); Westridge Rd.

Railroad features: Chicago Rock Island and Pacific RR.

Other features: Little Blue Riv; White Crk.

Highview Estates neighborhood detailed profile
Hospital Hill neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.415 square miles

Population: 1,193

Population density:
Hospital Hill:

2,871 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hospital Hill:

$16,591
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hospital Hill:

$560
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

554
Females:

639

Median age
Males:

35.7 years
Females:

38.4 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (29.3%); service occupations (18.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (13.4%); legal occupations (12.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (11.0%); material moving occupations (9.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (15.2%); sales and office occupations (14.7%); production occupations (14.1%); service occupations (13.6%); material moving occupations (13.6%); business and financial operations occupations (8.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71; I- 670.

Roads and streets: Charlotte St; Campbell St; E Truman Rd; Holmes St; Oak St; Locust St; E 22 St (E 22nd St); E 17th St (E 17 St); E 16th St (E 16 St); E 18 St (E 18th St); Cherry St; E 19th St (E 19 St); E 23 St (E 23rd St); E 21 St (E 21st St); E 24th St (E 24 St); E 24th Ter (E 24 Ter); McGee St; E Crosstown Fwy E; Kenwood Ave; Harrison St; E 20 St (E 20th St); Truman Rd; Gillham Rd; E 23rd St; E 17th St; Mc Coy St; E 16th St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Hospital Hill neighborhood detailed profile
Hyde Park neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.253 square miles

Population: 7,581

Population density:
Hyde Park:

6,051 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Hyde Park:

$38,066
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Hyde Park:

$643
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

3,866
Females:

3,715

Median age
Males:

36.5 years
Females:

36.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (42.0% of all units):
Hyde Park:

$129,075
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (6.0% of all units):
Hyde Park:

$224,783
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (12.7% of all units):
Hyde Park:

$129,500
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (17.5%); service occupations (17.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.1%); business and financial operations occupations (6.7%); education, training, and library occupations (6.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (24.4%); service occupations (15.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (11.9%); education, training, and library occupations (10.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.8%); business and financial operations occupations (7.0%)


Roads and streets: Forest Ave; Tracy Ave; Troost Ave; Harrison St; Paseo Blvd (The Paseo); Campbell St; Charlotte St; Holmes St; Manheim Rd; Virginia Ave; E 36 St (E 36th St); E Armour Blvd; E 33rd St (E 33 St); E 39th St (E 39th St S, E 39 St); E 34th St S (E 34 St); Kenwood Ave; E Linwood Blvd; E 43 St (E 43rd St); E 42nd St (E 42 St); E 40th St (E 40 St); E 41 St (E 41st St); Harrison Pkwy; Locust St; Cherry St; E 44 St (E 44th St); Janssen Pl; E 45 St (E 45th St); E 37 St (E 37th St); 32nd Ter (E 32 Ter); Gleed Ter; E 34th St S; Brush Creek Blvd; E 38th St (E 38 St); Gillham Rd; E 37th Ter (E 37 Ter); E 47th St; 31st Ter (E 31 Ter); E 48th St (E 48 St); Janssen Place Xing; E Gillham Rd.

Other features: Brush Crk.

Hyde Park neighborhood detailed profile
Independence Plaza neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.431 square miles

Population: 2,674

Population density:
Independence Plaza:

6,199 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Independence Plaza:

$36,734
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Independence Plaza:

$415
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,419
Females:

1,254

Median age
Males:

43.1 years
Females:

43.4 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (56.8% of all units):
Independence Plaza:

$99,757
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (25.9%); sales and office occupations (17.1%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.9%); material moving occupations (8.9%); service occupations (6.9%); community and social services occupations (5.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (27.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (18.5%); production occupations (15.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.2%); transportation occupations (6.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 70 (US Hwy 40).

Highways in this neighborhood: Independence Ave (US Hwy 24).

Roads and streets: Park Ave; E 6 St (E 6th St); E 13 St (E 13th St); E 12th St (E 12 St); Olive St; Prospect Ave; E 10 St (E 10th St); E 11th St (E 11 St); E 9 St (E 9th St S); E 8 St (E 8th St); Chestnut Ave; Peery Ave; Wabash Ave; E 7 St (E 7th St); Agnes Ave; Bellefontaine Ave; Gladstone Ave (Bellefontaine Ave); E 14 St (E 14th St); Montgall Ave; Frontage Rd; Illinois Ave; Kansas Ave; Benton Blvd.

Independence Plaza neighborhood detailed profile
Indian Mound neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.327 square miles

Population: 9,529

Population density:
Indian Mound:

7,182 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Indian Mound:

$31,610
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Indian Mound:

$565
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

4,540
Females:

4,988

Median age
Males:

33.8 years
Females:

37.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (87.1% of all units):
Indian Mound:

$56,607
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (26.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (19.1%); production occupations (18.8%); material moving occupations (10.4%); sales and office occupations (9.3%); transportation occupations (3.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (35.1%); sales and office occupations (32.2%); production occupations (8.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (4.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.4%); business and financial operations occupations (4.2%); material moving occupations (2.7%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Independence Ave (US Hwy 24).

Roads and streets: St John Ave; Thompson Ave; Smart Ave; Scarritt Ave; Anderson Ave; Norledge Ave; Saida St (Saida Ave); Gladstone Blvd; Wilson Ave; Topping Ave; Oakley Ave (S Oakley Ave); Lawndale Ave (S Lawndale Ave); Hardesty Ave; Drury Ave (S Drury Ave); Van Brunt Blvd; Lawn Ave; S Elmwood Ave (Elmwood Ave); Belmont Blvd; Chelsea Ave (S Chelsea Ave); Cypress Ave; Brighton Ave; Bellaire Ave (S Bellaire Ave); N Belmont Blvd; Budd Park Espl St; N Wheeling Ave; N White Ave; N Bellaire Ave; N Topping Ave; N Lawndale Ave; N Oakley Ave; N Drury Ave; S White Ave (White Ave); N Hardesty Ave; N Denver Ave; Wheeling Ave (S Wheeling Ave); Kensington Ave (S Kensington Ave); Colorado Ave; Denver Ave; Quincy Ave; N Lawn Ave; N Brighton Ave; N Van Brunt Blvd; N Chelsea Ave; Spruce Ave; N Quincy Ave; Sunrise Dr; N Elmwood Ave; Lexington Ave; Wilburn Ct; Lyon Ave; Windsor Ave; Budd Esplanade Park; S Jackson Ave (Jackson Ave); N Colorado Ave; N Beacon Ave; Barat Ave (Barat St); N Kensington Ave; Beacon Ave.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Indian Mound neighborhood detailed profile
Ivanhoe neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.136 square miles

Population: 5,433

Population density:
Ivanhoe:

4,784 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Ivanhoe:

$21,914
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Ivanhoe:

$436
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,733
Females:

2,700

Median age
Males:

39.7 years
Females:

40.4 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (55.1% of all units):
Ivanhoe:

$52,490
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (36.2%); sales and office occupations (18.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (14.3%); material moving occupations (7.7%); transportation occupations (4.7%); production occupations (3.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (38.6%); service occupations (32.8%); education, training, and library occupations (7.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.4%); community and social services occupations (3.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (3.0%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Euclid Ave; Wabash Ave; Garfield Ave; Woodland Ave; Olive St; Wayne Ave; Highland Ave; Flora Ave; Michigan Ave; Brooklyn Ave; Brush Creek Blvd; S Park Ave; Prospect Ave; E 43rd St (E 43 St); E 37 St (E 37th St); E 35th St (E 35 St); E 45 St (E 45th St); E 39th St (E 39th St S, E 39 St); E 38th St (E 38 St); E 42nd St (E 42 St); E 41st St (E 41 St); E 40 St (E 40th St); E 36th St (E 36 St); E 44 St (E 44th St); E 46th St (E 46 St); The Paseo (Paseo Blvd); Park Ave; E 38th Ter (E 38 Ter); E 44th St; E 40th St; E 41st St; E 42nd St; E 36th St; Salem Ct; Plymouth Ct; Hanover Ct; Cambridge Ct; Lexington Ct; Paseo.

Other features: Brush Crk.

Ivanhoe neighborhood detailed profile
Kirkside neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.696 square miles

Population: 3,909

Population density:
Kirkside:

5,613 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Kirkside:

$38,750
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Kirkside:

$702
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,682
Females:

2,226

Median age
Males:

20.6 years
Females:

19.5 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (100.0% of all units):
Kirkside:

$51,151
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: material moving occupations (62.7%); service occupations (29.7%); production occupations (8.8%); transportation occupations (7.8%); sales and office occupations (7.1%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (4.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (42.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (30.1%); service occupations (27.5%); business and financial operations occupations (11.9%); education, training, and library occupations (8.8%); material moving occupations (5.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.5%)


Roads and streets: E 117 St (E 117th St); E 116 St (E 116th St); E 118 Ter (E 118th Ter); E 117 Pl (E 117th Pl); E 117th Ter (E 117 Ter); Raytown Rd; E 118 St (E 118th St); Delmar Ave; Food Ln; Greenwood Rd; Mc Kinley Ave; Manchester Ave; Sycamore Dr; E 118 Pl (E 118th Pl); Smalley Ave; Stark Ave; E 115th Ter (E 115 Ter); E 116th Ter (E 116 Ter); Arcus Dr; Richmond Dr (Richmond Ave); E 118th Ter; Sycamore Ct.

Kirkside neighborhood detailed profile
Lea Manor neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.038 square miles

Population: 2,225

Population density:
Lea Manor:

2,143 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Lea Manor:

$48,487
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Lea Manor:

$1,344
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

977
Females:

1,248

Median age
Males:

46.5 years
Females:

49.2 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (26.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (16.3%); computer and mathematical occupations (12.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.7%); service occupations (8.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.0%); production occupations (3.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (31.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (23.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (15.3%); education, training, and library occupations (6.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.5%); business and financial operations occupations (4.3%); transportation occupations (3.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 435).

Roads and streets: Madison Ave; Wornall Rd; W 97th St (W 97 St); W Bannister Rd (State Hwy W); Ward Pkwy (Ward Pkwy S); Jarboe St; W 99 St (W 99th St); W 96 St (W 96th St); Belleview Ave; Summit St; Mercier St; W 96th Ter (W 96 Ter); W 103 St (W 103rd St); W 101 Ter (W 101st Ter); W 100th Ter (W 100 Ter); Holly St; W 101st St (W 101 St); W 98th St (W 98 St); Indian Creek Rd (W 104 St); W 92 St (W 92nd St); W 100th St (W 100 St); State Line Rd; W 93rd Ter (W 93 Ter); Pennsylvania Ave; W 99th Ter (W 99 Ter); W 97 Ter (W 97th Ter); W 93 St (W 93rd St); W 98th St; Indian Creek Rd; W 91st Pl (W 91 Pl); Washington St; Jefferson St; Jefferson Ct; Terrace St; Ward Parkway Ter; Wyoming Pl; W 95 St (W 95th Ct); Ward Parkway Median Xing; W 94 Ct (W 94th Ct); Madison.

Other features: Indian Crk; Dyke Br.

Lea Manor neighborhood detailed profile
Legacy East neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.607 square miles

Population: 2,084

Population density:
Legacy East:

1,297 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Legacy East:

$28,072
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Legacy East:

$483
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

933
Females:

1,150

Median age
Males:

27.2 years
Females:

31.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (44.5% of all units):
Legacy East:

$51,852
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (39.9%); sales and office occupations (11.3%); material moving occupations (10.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.6%); transportation occupations (5.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (1.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (36.8%); service occupations (34.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.1%); education, training, and library occupations (7.2%); production occupations (4.9%); business and financial operations occupations (2.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (2.1%)


Roads and streets: E 85th St (E 85 St); E 95th St (E 95 St); Grandview Rd (Prospect Ave); E 89 St (E 89th St); Troost Ave; Euclid Ave; E Bannister Rd (State Hwy W, Co Hwy 8-S, E 95th St); Woodland Ave; 86th Ter; E 95 Ter; Wayne Ave; E 88th St; E 87 Ter; E 89 Ter (E 89th Ter); Garfield Ave; E 86th St (E 86 St); Blue River Rd; Highland Ave; Tracy Ave; Flora Ave; Brooklyn Ave; E 87 St (E 87th St); E 87th St; E Route W Access Rd; E 88 Ter (E 88th Ter); Hickman Mills Dr; Michigan Ave; E 87th Ter; E 88 St (E 88th St); Lydia Ave.

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy; Missouri Pacific RR; Union Pacific RR.

Other features: Big Blue Riv; Big Blue Tributary.

Legacy East neighborhood detailed profile
Linden Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.231 square miles

Population: 2,324

Population density:
Linden Hills (Indian Heights):

1,887 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Linden Hills (Indian Heights):

$42,640
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Linden Hills (Indian Heights):

$615
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,111
Females:

1,213

Median age
Males:

39.3 years
Females:

38.7 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (49.0% of all units):
Linden Hills (Indian Heights):

$114,571
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (27.0%); service occupations (17.5%); transportation occupations (12.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (8.7%); production occupations (5.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.5%); material moving occupations (4.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (48.5%); business and financial operations occupations (9.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.9%); service occupations (8.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.7%); education, training, and library occupations (4.2%); architecture and engineering occupations (3.5%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 435).

Roads and streets: Holmes Rd (Holmes St); E 99 St (E 99th St); E 103rd St (E 103 St); Lydia Ave; E 101st Ter (E 101 Ter); Tracy Ave; Shepherds Dr; E 97th Ter (E 97 Ter); Mews Dr; E 100 Ter (E 100th Ter); Queens Pl; E 101 St (E 101st St); Charlotte St; Campbell St; Winslow Pl; Harrison St; Virginia Ave; Forest Ave; Flora Ave; E 97th St (E 97 St); Colony Pl; E 98 Ter (E 98th Ter); E 98th St (E 98 St); Co Hwy 8-S (E 95th St, State Hwy W, E Bannister Rd); Woodland Ln; Harrison Cir; E 103rd St; E 102nd St (E 102 St); Wayne Ave; E 100th St (E 100 St); E 102nd Ter (E 102 Ter); 99th Ter (E 99 Ter, E 99th Ter); Flora Cir; Shepherds Cir; Woodland Ave; Linden Cir; E 99th St.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR.

Other features: Indian Crk; Big Blue Riv; Dyke Branch Crk.

Linden Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Loma Vista neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.244 square miles

Population: 8,078

Population density:
Loma Vista:

6,494 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Loma Vista:

$55,582
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Loma Vista:

$835
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

3,617
Females:

4,461

Median age
Males:

18.2 years
Females:

29.5 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (100.0% of all units):
Loma Vista:

$92,292
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (29.0%); community and social services occupations (16.5%); transportation occupations (13.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.4%); production occupations (7.7%); sales and office occupations (7.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (39.7%); service occupations (36.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.0%); transportation occupations (3.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.6%); community and social services occupations (2.0%); business and financial operations occupations (1.7%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 435.

Roads and streets: Hillcrest Rd; E 93 St; E 87 St (E 87th St); Old Santa Fe Rd; Eastern Ave; Newton Ave; E 87th Ter (E 87 Ter); E 91 St; E Bannister Rd (Co Hwy 8-S); Corrington Ave; Loma Vista Dr; Cambridge Ln; E 89 Ter (E 89th Ter); E 92nd St (E 92 St); Bristol Ave; Crystal Ln; Cambridge Ave; White Ave; Crystal Ave; E 88th Ter (E 88 Ter); E Crystal Ln; E 88th St (E 88 St).

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Loma Vista neighborhood detailed profile
Longfellow neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.257 square miles

Population: 1,937

Population density:
Longfellow:

7,534 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Longfellow:

$25,901
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Longfellow:

$617
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,024
Females:

912

Median age
Males:

35.9 years
Females:

35.1 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.5%); service occupations (19.8%); material moving occupations (12.3%); business and financial operations occupations (10.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.9%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.6%); legal occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: business and financial operations occupations (17.8%); service occupations (14.6%); sales and office occupations (12.2%); production occupations (9.8%); education, training, and library occupations (8.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.3%)


Roads and streets: Campbell St; Charlotte St; Cherry St; Holmes St; Harrison St; E 26 St (E 26th St); E 25 St (E 25th St); E 30th St (E 30 St); E 29 St (E 29th St); E 31 St (E 31st St S); E 27 St (E 27th St); E 28th St (E 28 St, E 28th St S); E 27 Ter (Campbell St); Gillham Rd; E Gillham Rd; Mc Gee Trfy (E 30th St).

Longfellow neighborhood detailed profile
Marlborough neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 2.558 square miles

Population: 2,203

Population density:
Marlborough:

861 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Marlborough:

$27,457
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Marlborough:

$445
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

856
Females:

1,347

Median age
Males:

24.1 years
Females:

28.0 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (69.7% of all units):
Marlborough:

$46,746
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (32.0%); sales and office occupations (20.8%); transportation occupations (15.1%); production occupations (7.4%); material moving occupations (5.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (35.3%); sales and office occupations (21.9%); production occupations (11.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (9.0%); education, training, and library occupations (6.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.6%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 435.

Roads and streets: Blue River Rd; Hillcrest Rd; E 83rd St (E 83 St); E 75th Ter (E 75 Ter); E 86 St; Drury Cir; E 84 Ter (E 84th Ter); E 84th St (E 84 St); Lawndale Ave; Drury Ave; E 87 St; Spruce Ave; Drury Ct; Manchester Trfy; E 75th Ter; E 86th St; Hardesty Ave; E 78 St; Myrtle Ave; E 87th St.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR; Union Pacific RR.

Other features: Big Blue Riv.

Marlborough neighborhood detailed profile
Martin City neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.965 square miles

Population: 617

Population density:
Martin City:

314 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Martin City:

$52,006
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Martin City:

$511
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

310
Females:

306

Median age
Males:

42.9 years
Females:

46.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (64.3% of all units):
Martin City:

$276,518
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (9.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$176,602
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (6.4% of all units):
Martin City:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (137.2% of all units):
Martin City:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (26.1%); sales and office occupations (24.8%); business and financial operations occupations (8.1%); transportation occupations (7.7%); architecture and engineering occupations (7.3%); material moving occupations (5.6%); production occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (31.7%); service occupations (18.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.1%); education, training, and library occupations (10.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.9%); business and financial operations occupations (5.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 150; W 135th St (State Hwy 150).

Roads and streets: Wyandotte St; Inverness Dr; E 135th St; Holmes Rd; Locust St; Wornall Rd; E 133 St (E 133rd St); Cherry St; W 132 St; E 137 St (E 137th St); W 132 Ter; Oak St; E 134 St (E 134th St); Charlotte St; Walnut St; W 139 St; W 138 St; E 139 St; E 132 Ter (E 132nd Ter); E 132nd St (E 132 St); E Blue Ridge Blvd; Mc Gee St; E 131st Ct (E 131 Ct); Grand Ave; W 141st Ter (W 141 Ter); W Blue Ridge Blvd; E 135th St (E 135 St); Madison Ave.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR; Union Pacific RR.

Other features: Little Blue Riv.

Martin City neighborhood detailed profile
Mission Lake neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 2.871 square miles

Population: 2,081

Population density:
Mission Lake:

725 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Mission Lake:

$49,162
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Mission Lake:

$638
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,205
Females:

875

Median age
Males:

29.8 years
Females:

30.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (44.7% of all units):
Mission Lake:

$184,390
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (55.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$122,440
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (6.2% of all units):
Mission Lake:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (2.1% of all units):
Mission Lake:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (43.2%); transportation occupations (16.9%); sales and office occupations (13.2%); service occupations (11.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.0%); computer and mathematical occupations (6.0%); education, training, and library occupations (2.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (43.5%); service occupations (36.3%); business and financial operations occupations (10.6%); education, training, and library occupations (9.0%)


Roads and streets: Blue River Rd; Holmes Rd (Holmes St); E 126th St (E 126 St); E 125 St; Charlotte St; E Blue Ridge Blvd; Troost Ave; Cherry St; E 117 St (E 117th St); Virginia Ave; Prospect Ave; 120th (E 120th St, E 120 St); E 127th St; Blue River Rd (Blue Ridge Rd); E 122 St (E 122nd St); Martha Truman Rd; Woodland Ave; McGee St; E 118 Ter (E 118th Ter); E 118 St (E 118th St); Brooklyn Ave; Harrison St (Harrison Dr); E 116th Ter (E 116 Ter); E 123 Ter (E 123rd Ter); 126 St; Campbell St; Martha Truman Rd (Martha Truman); E 119 Ter (E 119th Ter); Oak St; Michigan Ave; Lydia Ave; Olive St; E 122 Ter (E 122nd Ter); E 122nd St; E 121 Ter (E 121st Ter); 124th (E 124th St, E 124 St); E 130 St (E 130th Ter); Co Hwy D; E 115 St (115th St, E 115th St); Charlotte; Grand Ave (Grand); E 121st St (E 121 St); E 129 Ter (E 129th Ter); E 127th St (E 127 St); E 122nd Ter; E 120th Ct; Holmes Ln; Campbell Dr; Locust St; Tracy Ave; Walnut Ct; Santa Fe Trl; Forest Ct; Walnut St (Walnut); E 122nd Pl; E 122 Pl; McGee Ct.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR.

Other features: Big Blue Riv; Blue Riv.

Mission Lake neighborhood detailed profile
Oakwood neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.428 square miles

Population: 2,615

Population density:
Oakwood:

1,831 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Oakwood:

$36,825
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Oakwood:

$591
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,215
Females:

1,399

Median age
Males:

31.1 years
Females:

33.7 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (41.0% of all units):
Oakwood:

$161,298
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (18.1%); sales and office occupations (16.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.1%); production occupations (9.4%); transportation occupations (8.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.9%); education, training, and library occupations (4.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (39.7%); service occupations (16.6%); education, training, and library occupations (8.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.6%); business and financial operations occupations (7.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.4%); architecture and engineering occupations (4.4%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71; I- 435.

Roads and streets: E Bannister Rd (Co Hwy 8-S, E 95th St, State Hwy W); Grandview Rd; Hickman Mills Dr; E 96 St (E 96th St); Kings Hwy; Parkwood Ave; Scott Rd; E 100th Ter (E 100 Ter); Elmwood Ave; Meadow Ln; 103rd (E 103rd St, E 103 St); E 95th Ter (E 95 Ter); Crestview Dr; E 98 Ter (E 98th Ter); Red Bud Dr; Woodfield Dr; E 96th Ter; Cypress Ave; Spruce Ave; Blue River Rd.

Railroad features: St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

Oakwood neighborhood detailed profile
Pendleton Heights neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.735 square miles

Population: 3,298

Population density:
Pendleton Heights:

4,485 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Pendleton Heights:

$24,812
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Pendleton Heights:

$432
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,773
Females:

1,524

Median age
Males:

34.9 years
Females:

38.7 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (33.0% of all units):
Pendleton Heights:

$170,791
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.2%); transportation occupations (12.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (11.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.5%); community and social services occupations (8.2%); production occupations (6.9%); material moving occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (43.5%); sales and office occupations (21.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (11.1%); production occupations (8.8%); education, training, and library occupations (4.9%); community and social services occupations (4.2%); business and financial operations occupations (3.7%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 35 (US Hwy 71, I- 29).

Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 24 (Independence Ave); US Hwy 24.

Roads and streets: Cliff Dr; Lexington Ave; E Reservoir Dr; Pendleton Ave; Elma St; Wabash Ave; Paseo Expy; Guinotte Ave; E Lookout Point Dr; Paseo Blvd (The Paseo); Prospect Ave; E Missouri Ave; Chestnut Trfy; Garfield Ave; Brooklyn Ave; St John Ave; Montgall Ave; E 1st St; Park Ave; Olive St; Amie St; Dora St; Smart Ave; Minnie St; Maple Blvd; Highland Ave; Ord St; Midcliff Dr; N Garfield Dr; Paseo Expy S; E Garfield Dr; Guinotte Viaduct; Woodland Ave; Garfield Pl; Brownell Ave; N Chestnut Trfy; Witte Pl; E 3rd Ter; N Montgall Ave; N Prospect Ave; Maple Ct; N Garland Ave; Stonewall Ct; N Park Ave; N Olive St; Amie Ct; Tracy Ave; N Wabash Ave; Paseo.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR; Union Pacific RR.

Pendleton Heights neighborhood detailed profile
Quality Hill neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.177 square miles

Population: 1,303

Population density:
Quality Hill:

7,344 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Quality Hill:

$39,424
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Quality Hill:

$695
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

667
Females:

635

Median age
Males:

34.8 years
Females:

29.1 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (19.3%); sales and office occupations (18.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.3%); transportation occupations (10.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (10.3%); education, training, and library occupations (6.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (25.0%); service occupations (18.0%); business and financial operations occupations (14.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (13.4%); transportation occupations (7.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 670; I- 35; US Hwy 24 (I- 70, US Hwy 40).

Roads and streets: Washington St; Pennsylvania Ave; Broadway St; W 10 St (W 10th St); W 12 St (W 12th St); Jefferson St; W 11 St (W 11th St); W 9th St (W 9 St); W 14 St (W 14th St); W 13 St (W 13th St); Banks St; W 7th St (W 7 St); W 8th St (W 8 St); W 6 St (W 6th St); W 13th St; Hereford Dr.

Quality Hill neighborhood detailed profile
Red Bridge neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.582 square miles

Population: 8,545

Population density:
Red Bridge:

5,401 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Red Bridge:

$46,512
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Red Bridge:

$789
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

3,864
Females:

4,681

Median age
Males:

41.4 years
Females:

42.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (31.2% of all units):
Red Bridge:

$190,811
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (9.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$122,440
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (19.4% of all units):
Red Bridge:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (3.9% of all units):
Red Bridge:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (20.4%); sales and office occupations (18.3%); service occupations (13.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.1%); computer and mathematical occupations (8.4%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); production occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (29.5%); service occupations (25.9%); education, training, and library occupations (20.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.5%); business and financial operations occupations (7.5%); architecture and engineering occupations (3.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.8%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 435).

Roads and streets: E Red Bridge Rd; Holmes St (Holmes Rd); Oak St; E 104 St (E 104th St); E 108 St; E 108th Ter (E 108 Ter); E Minor Dr; E 109 Ter (E 109th Ter); E 109th St (E 109 St); E 117 St (E 117th St); E 110th St (E 110 St); E 112 St (E 112th St); E 115th Ter (E 115 Ter); Locust St; E 117 Ter (E 117th Ter); Mc Gee St; Walnut St; Cherry St; E 115th St; E 110 Ter (E 110th Ter); Grand Ave; E 115th St (E 115 St); Harrison St; Virginia Ave; E 113 Ter (E 113th Ter); E 113 St (E 113th St); Lydia Ave; E 109th St (St Ext 101, E 109 St); Kenwood Ave; Santa Fe Trl; Tracy Ave; Troost Ave; Campbell St; Forest Ave; St Ext 101 (E 109th St); E 110th St; E 118th St (E 118 St); E 116 St (E 116th St); Minor Dr; Manchester Trfy.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR.

Other features: Big Blue River Bank.

Red Bridge neighborhood detailed profile
Red Bridge North neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.059 square miles

Population: 1,223

Population density:
Red Bridge North:

1,155 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Red Bridge North:

$46,664
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Red Bridge North:

$659
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

551
Females:

672

Median age
Males:

44.5 years
Females:

46.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (36.2% of all units):
Red Bridge North:

$184,390
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (17.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$130,546
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (27.8% of all units):
Red Bridge North:

$64,239
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (19.6% of all units):
Red Bridge North:

$90,989
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (22.4%); life, physical, and social science occupations (21.7%); service occupations (16.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (15.5%); education, training, and library occupations (7.3%); transportation occupations (7.0%); production occupations (5.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (40.6%); production occupations (21.4%); business and financial operations occupations (13.1%); life, physical, and social science occupations (9.7%); service occupations (9.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.5%); architecture and engineering occupations (8.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 50 (I- 435).

Roads and streets: E Red Bridge Rd; E 104 St (E 104th St); E 108 St; E 108th Ter (E 108 Ter); E 109 Ter (E 109th Ter); E 109th St (E 109 St); E 110th St (E 110 St); Holmes St (Holmes Rd); Oak St; E 110 Ter (E 110th Ter); Harrison St; Virginia Ave; Lydia Ave; E 109th St (St Ext 101, E 109 St); Mc Gee St; Tracy Ave; Troost Ave; Campbell St; Forest Ave; St Ext 101 (E 109th St); E 110th St; Cherry St; Manchester Trfy.

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR.

Other features: Big Blue River Bank.

Red Bridge North neighborhood detailed profile
Red Bridge South neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.522 square miles

Population: 2,962

Population density:
Red Bridge South:

5,678 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Red Bridge South:

$49,185
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Red Bridge South:

$791
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,339
Females:

1,622

Median age
Males:

36.6 years
Females:

36.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (31.0% of all units):
Red Bridge South:

$188,249
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (9.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$336,680
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (19.3% of all units):
Red Bridge South:

$33,589
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (3.7% of all units):
Red Bridge South:

$132,575
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (20.7%); sales and office occupations (18.2%); service occupations (13.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (8.5%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); production occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (29.4%); service occupations (26.2%); education, training, and library occupations (20.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.6%); business and financial operations occupations (7.4%); architecture and engineering occupations (2.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.7%)


Roads and streets: Oak St; E Minor Dr; Holmes St (Holmes Rd); E 117 St (E 117th St); E 112 St (E 112th St); E 115th Ter (E 115 Ter); E 117 Ter (E 117th Ter); Locust St; Cherry St; E 115th St; E 115th St (E 115 St); Walnut St; E 113 Ter (E 113th Ter); E 113 St (E 113th St); Kenwood Ave; Santa Fe Trl; Grand Ave; Mc Gee St; E 118th St (E 118 St); E 116 St (E 116th St); Minor Dr.

Red Bridge South neighborhood detailed profile
Richards Gebaur neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 7.983 square miles

Population: 2,387

Population density:
Richards Gebaur:

299 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Richards Gebaur:

$56,240
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Richards Gebaur:

$1,221
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,128
Females:

1,259

Median age
Males:

31.6 years
Females:

36.6 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (51.0% of all units):
Richards Gebaur:

$256,835
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (28.8%); sales and office occupations (27.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.0%); material moving occupations (9.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.7%); production occupations (1.9%); transportation occupations (1.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (43.5%); service occupations (23.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (14.1%); education, training, and library occupations (6.9%); community and social services occupations (6.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.1%); production occupations (1.1%)


Roads and streets: E 155th St; Bales Rd; W Markey Rd; Fairchild Dr; Kensington Ave; 157th St (Elmwood Ave); Norton Ave; Hamilton St; Calvary Rd; Randolph St; Wright St; Bong Ave (Bong St); Mac Dr.

Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 150.

Roads and streets: E 155th St; State Hwy D (Holmes Rd); Andrews Rd; Kenneth Rd; Prospect Ave; Outer Belt Rd (E 147th St); E 147 St (E 147th St); Westover Rd; Hangar Rd; 150th St (E 151 St); Scott Rd; Botts Rd; Corkill; Thunderbird Rd; Maxwell Ave; Corkill Rd; 150th Ter; Colorado Ave; E 149 Ter (E 149th Ter); E 155 St; Cherry St.

Railroad features: St Louis Southwestern Rlwy; Belton Grandview & Kansas City RR; Kansas City Southern RR; Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Other features: Little Blue Riv; Mill Crk.

Richards Gebaur neighborhood detailed profile
River Market neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.284 square miles

Population: 888

Population density:
River Market:

3,123 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
River Market:

$26,625
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
River Market:

$438
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

395
Females:

492

Median age
Males:

34.1 years
Females:

30.9 years

Most popular occupations of males: transportation occupations (16.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.7%); service occupations (11.1%); sales and office occupations (8.7%); material moving occupations (8.7%); production occupations (6.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.2%); service occupations (28.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (11.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.2%); education, training, and library occupations (4.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Heart of America Brg (State Hwy 9).

Roads and streets: Grand Ave (Grand Blvd); E 3 St (E 3rd St); E 5th St (E 5 St); Delaware St; E Missouri Ave; Main St; W 4th St (W 4 St); W 3 St (W 3rd St); Oak St; Walnut St; W Independence Ave; W 5 St (W 5th St); Independence Ave; E 1 St (E 1st St); Wyandotte St; Locust Ln; Cherry St; E 2nd St; E 4 St (E 4th St); Locust St; Broadway St.

Railroad features: Union Pacific RR; Kansas City Southern I & M Rail Link (Access Road Kcs Imrl); Kansas City Southern I & M Rail Link; Rock Island RR; Missouri Pacific RR; Kansas City Southern RR; Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR; Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

River Market neighborhood detailed profile
Roanoke neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.375 square miles

Population: 1,347

Population density:
Roanoke:

3,596 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Roanoke:

$51,257
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Roanoke:

$578
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

730
Females:

617

Median age
Males:

38.3 years
Females:

38.0 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (35.2% of all units):
Roanoke:

$405,506
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (2.5% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$298,276
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (4.9% of all units):
Roanoke:

$154,571
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (43.4% of all units):
Roanoke:

$170,462
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (25.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (14.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.6%); service occupations (12.6%); sales and office occupations (11.0%); computer and mathematical occupations (7.9%); business and financial operations occupations (5.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (25.0%); service occupations (15.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (15.4%); community and social services occupations (12.1%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (10.0%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); business and financial operations occupations (5.2%)


Roads and streets: Summit St (Southwest Trfy); Roanoke Rd; Mercier St; Clark Ave; Madison Ave; Westport Rd; Valentine Rd; W 42nd St (W 42 St); W 39 St (W 39th St); Belleview Ave; W 38th St (W 38 St); Southwest Trfy; W 41 St; Holly St; W 40 St (W 40th St); W 37th St (W 37 St); Archibald Ave; Waddell Ave; W 41 Ter (W 41st Ter); W 39 Ter (W 39th Ter); W 41 Pl (W 41st Pl); W 43rd St (W 43 St); Jarboe St; Greenwood Pl; Wiedenmann Pl; Jefferson St; E Roanoke Dr; Karnes Blvd; Bridger Rd; W 34th St (W 34 St); W 35th St (W 35 St); W 40 Ter (W 40th Ter); W 36 St; W 43rd St.

Roanoke neighborhood detailed profile
Robandee neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.807 square miles

Population: 4,156

Population density:
Robandee (Fairwood):

5,150 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Robandee (Fairwood):

$44,611
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Robandee (Fairwood):

$664
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,862
Females:

2,294

Median age
Males:

29.4 years
Females:

41.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (93.9% of all units):
Robandee (Fairwood):

$71,637
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (28.8%); sales and office occupations (20.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (14.1%); material moving occupations (8.8%); transportation occupations (5.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.7%); production occupations (4.7%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (32.3%); service occupations (27.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.5%); business and financial operations occupations (7.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.2%); education, training, and library occupations (5.4%); transportation occupations (3.6%)


Roads and streets: E 93 St (E 93rd St); Blue Ridge Blvd; E 92nd Ter (E 92 Ter); James A Reed Rd; E 93rd Ter (E 93 Ter); E 91 St (Manchester Ave); E 91st Ter (E 91 Ter); E 92nd Pl (E 92 Pl); Manchester Ave (Manchester); Wallace Ave; E 88 St (E 88th St); E 92nd St (E 92 St); Stark Ave; E Bannister Rd; E 88 Ter (E 88th Ter); Oakland Ave; Manchester Ave; E 90 Ter (E 90th Ter); Sycamore Way (Sycamore Ave); Lewis Ave; McKinley St; E 88th Pl (E 88 Pl); E 89 St (E 89th St); E 89 Ter (E 89th Ter); E 90 St (E 90th St); E 93rd Pl (E 93 Pl); Marsh Ave; Fairwood Dr; Eastern Ave; Richmond Dr; 88th St Pl; Robandee Ln; E 87th Ter (E 87 Ter); Fairwood Ct (Fairwood Dr).

Robandee neighborhood detailed profile
Robandee South neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.266 square miles

Population: 578

Population density:
Robandee South:

457 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Robandee South:

$44,590
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Robandee South:

$702
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

311
Females:

266

Median age
Males:

34.4 years
Females:

41.4 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (76.2% of all units):
Robandee South:

$143,577
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (23.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (18.6%); service occupations (14.9%); transportation occupations (11.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.3%); material moving occupations (5.5%); architecture and engineering occupations (3.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (29.4%); service occupations (24.0%); business and financial operations occupations (15.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.4%); production occupations (4.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.0%); education, training, and library occupations (3.6%)


Roads and streets: E 99 St (E 99th St); Donnelly Ave (E 97 Ter); Lane Ave; E 96th Ter (E 96 Ter); Wallace Ave; James A Reed Rd; Booth Ave; Spring Valley Rd; Ditman Way; Elm St; S Raytown Rd; E 98 Ter (E 98th Ter); Marsh Ave; Bannister Ter; E 96 St; Raytown Rd; E 96th Pl (E 96 Pl); E 97th St (E 97 St); Manning Ave; E 95 Ter (E 95th Ter); E 97th Ter; Ditzler Ave; Spring Valley Ct; Ditman Ct.

Other features: Balboa.

Robandee South neighborhood detailed profile
Rockhill neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.385 square miles

Population: 2,369

Population density:
Rockhill:

6,149 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Rockhill:

$40,319
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Rockhill:

$690
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,276
Females:

1,093

Median age
Males:

28.2 years
Females:

28.0 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (37.3% of all units):
Rockhill:

$302,881
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (12.6% of all units):
Rockhill:

$224,783
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (9.8% of all units):
Rockhill:

$6,170
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (22.0%); service occupations (15.5%); education, training, and library occupations (14.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.5%); business and financial operations occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (29.2%); service occupations (20.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.6%); education, training, and library occupations (9.8%); business and financial operations occupations (6.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 56 (Volker Blvd).

Roads and streets: Rockhill Rd; Locust St; E 47th St; Oak St; Gillham Rd; Holmes St; Brush Creek Blvd; Gillham Rd W; Troost Ave; Charlotte St; E 45th St; Campbell St; E 45 St (E 45th St); E 43rd St (E 43 St); Harrison St; Rockhill Ter; E 44th St (E 44 St); E 41st St (E 41 St); E 42nd St (E 42 St); Kenwood Ave; E 47th Ter (E 47 Ter); E 46th St (E 46 St); Pierce St; E 48 St; E 47th St (E 47 St); E 48th St.

Other features: Brush Crk.

Rockhill neighborhood detailed profile
Royal Oaks neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.671 square miles

Population: 1,761

Population density:
Royal Oaks:

2,625 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Royal Oaks:

$49,354
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Royal Oaks:

$593
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

911
Females:

850

Median age
Males:

32.8 years
Females:

36.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (91.5% of all units):
Royal Oaks:

$147,214
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (24.2%); production occupations (14.7%); architecture and engineering occupations (10.1%); service occupations (9.9%); education, training, and library occupations (8.4%); sales and office occupations (8.0%); transportation occupations (7.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.5%); service occupations (17.2%); education, training, and library occupations (14.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.1%); community and social services occupations (7.9%); production occupations (7.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.4%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 470 (US Hwy 50); US Hwy 71; US Hwy 50 (I- 435).

Roads and streets: Cypress Ave; E Red Bridge Rd; Grandview Rd; E Grandview Rd; E 110th St (E 110 St); E 104 St (E 104th St); E 107th St (E 107 St); E 105th St (E 105 St); Hickman Heights Rd; Spruce Ave; E 107th Ter (E 107 Ter); Wenzel Ave; Elmwood Ave; Poplar Ave; E 108th St (E 108 St); E 105th Ter (E 105 Ter); Elmwood Dr; 104th Ter (E 104 Ter); E 109 Ter (E 109th Ter); Kensington Ave; Lister Ave; E 110th Ter (E 110 Ter); Spruce Ct; Cypress Dr; E 105th Ter.

Railroad features: St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

Royal Oaks neighborhood detailed profile
Ruskin Heights neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.794 square miles

Population: 4,633

Population density:
Ruskin Heights:

5,837 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Ruskin Heights:

$36,396
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Ruskin Heights:

$664
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,997
Females:

2,636

Median age
Males:

25.5 years
Females:

28.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (96.0% of all units):
Ruskin Heights:

$51,042
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (27.1%); material moving occupations (19.5%); production occupations (16.4%); transportation occupations (9.2%); sales and office occupations (6.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (4.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (32.3%); service occupations (25.4%); education, training, and library occupations (8.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.8%); transportation occupations (6.2%); production occupations (6.1%); business and financial operations occupations (6.0%)


Roads and streets: Sycamore Ter; Bristol Ter; E 112 St (E 112th St); Ruskin Way; Blue Ridge Blvd; E 111 Ter (E 111th Ter); E 108th St (E 108 St); Longview Rd; E 113 St (E 113th St); E 114 St (E 114th St); E 110 St (E 110th St); Manchester Ave; E 111 St; E 109 Ter (E 109th Ter); Corrington Ave; E 113th Ter (E 113 Ter); Crystal Ave; Palmer Ave; E 108 Ter (E 108th Ter); Eastern Ave; Winchester Ave; E 112th Ter (E 112 Ter); Oakland Ave; Delmar Ave; Richmond Ave (Richmond Dr); E 109th St (E 109 St); E 108th Dr (E 108 Dr); E 107th Ter (E 107 Ter); E 107 Pl (E 107th Pl); E 108th Cir (E 108 Cir); Delmar Cir; E 111th St.

Ruskin Heights neighborhood detailed profile
Ruskin Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.997 square miles

Population: 4,112

Population density:
Ruskin Hills:

4,123 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Ruskin Hills:

$47,319
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Ruskin Hills:

$735
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,980
Females:

2,131

Median age
Males:

32.2 years
Females:

36.2 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (97.6% of all units):
Ruskin Hills:

$58,428
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (37.0%); material moving occupations (17.4%); sales and office occupations (8.9%); production occupations (8.4%); transportation occupations (5.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (31.5%); sales and office occupations (28.5%); business and financial operations occupations (11.1%); production occupations (9.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (8.1%); education, training, and library occupations (4.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.2%)


Roads and streets: James A Reed Rd; Greenwood Rd; Ruskin Way; Spring Valley Rd; Longview Rd; E 111th St (E 111 St); Marsh Ave; E 110th St (E 110 St); E 114th St (E 114 St); Elm Ave; Booth Ave; E 109th St (E 109 St); E 114th Ter (E 114 Ter); E 109th Ter (E 109 Ter); E 110th Ter (E 110 Ter); E 108th St (E 108 St); Ditman Ave; E 111th Ter (E 111 Ter); Donnelly Ave; Stark Ave; E 107th St (E 107 St); Mc Kinley Ave; Herrick Ave; E 108 Ter (E 108th Ter); Lewis Ave; Mc Elroy Rd; Raytown Rd; Lane Ave; E 114th St; E 108th St; Lewis Ct; E 113th St; E 108th Ter; Mc Kinley Ct.

Ruskin Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Santa Fe Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.503 square miles

Population: 2,167

Population density:
Santa Fe Hills:

4,312 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Santa Fe Hills:

$49,216
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Santa Fe Hills:

$750
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,095
Females:

1,072

Median age
Males:

36.5 years
Females:

36.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (58.7% of all units):
Santa Fe Hills:

$104,104
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (28.6%); transportation occupations (18.0%); service occupations (10.3%); education, training, and library occupations (8.0%); production occupations (8.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (6.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (28.3%); service occupations (22.9%); business and financial operations occupations (9.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (9.4%); education, training, and library occupations (8.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.4%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.1%)


Roads and streets: Chestnut Cir; E 89th St (E 89 St); E Porte Cima Pas (E Porte Cimi Pas); Sleepy Hollow Rd; Grande Pas Rd; Holmes St (Holmes Rd); Hiawatha Rd; Minnehaha Ln; Daniel Boone Rd; Maiden Ln; W Sweeney Blvd; Rainbow Ln; W Pocahontas Ln; W Navajo Ln; Virginia Ln; E Sweeney Blvd; E Navajo Ln; E 86 Ter (E 86th Ter); W Maiden Ln; Wornall Rd; W 89 St (W 89th St); W Rainbow Ln; E Pocahontas Ln; Iroquois Trl; Ivanhoe Trl; Sioux Trl; Custer Trl; Harrison St; W Porte Cimi Pas (W Porte Cima Pas); E 85 St (E 85th St); E Porte Cimi Pas.

Santa Fe Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Scarritt Point neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.930 square miles

Population: 4,793

Population density:
Scarritt Point:

5,153 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Scarritt Point:

$28,980
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Scarritt Point:

$501
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,473
Females:

2,320

Median age
Males:

34.2 years
Females:

37.5 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (75.0% of all units):
Scarritt Point:

$64,665
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (32.6%); service occupations (16.0%); sales and office occupations (12.7%); production occupations (8.7%); material moving occupations (6.3%); transportation occupations (5.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (37.9%); sales and office occupations (23.1%); production occupations (18.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.4%); material moving occupations (4.1%); education, training, and library occupations (2.2%); legal occupations (2.0%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 24 (Independence Ave).

Roads and streets: Cliff Dr; Gladstone Blvd; St John Ave; Anderson Ave; Thompson Ave; Smart Ave; Morrell Ave; Windsor Ave; Norledge Ave; Garner Ave; Sunrise Dr; Roberts St; N Monroe Ave; Benton Blvd; Bellefontaine Ave; Lexington Ave; Monroe Ave; Askew Ave; Bales Ave; Indiana Ave; Scarritt Ave; N Gladstone Blvd; Myrtle Ave; N Jackson Ave; N Askew Ave; Norton Ave; N Indiana Ave; Clinton Pl; N Kensington Ave; Cliff Drive Access Rd; N Bales Ave; Mersington Ave; Gladstone Pl; Walrond Ave; Cliff Drive Pl; N Elmwood Ave; Gladstone Cir; Chestnut Trfy; Jackson Ave (S Jackson Ave).

Railroad features: Missouri Pacific RR.

Scarritt Point neighborhood detailed profile
Sechrest neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.955 square miles

Population: 3,082

Population density:
Sechrest:

3,228 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Sechrest:

$24,615
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Sechrest:

$521
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,398
Females:

1,684

Median age
Males:

20.4 years
Females:

26.9 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (34.0% of all units):
Sechrest:

$93,002
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.3%); sales and office occupations (12.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.4%); production occupations (11.6%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (11.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.2%); material moving occupations (5.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (32.5%); service occupations (25.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.0%); production occupations (9.2%); education, training, and library occupations (6.4%); community and social services occupations (3.6%); transportation occupations (3.4%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Hickman Mills Dr.

Sechrest neighborhood detailed profile
Sheffield neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.678 square miles

Population: 2,888

Population density:
Sheffield:

4,261 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Sheffield:

$19,651
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Sheffield:

$517
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,438
Females:

1,449

Median age
Males:

39.8 years
Females:

35.9 years

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (33.6%); sales and office occupations (31.4%); material moving occupations (7.5%); service occupations (5.8%); production occupations (5.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.1%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (1.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (31.1%); sales and office occupations (25.6%); production occupations (19.9%); computer and mathematical occupations (6.5%); material moving occupations (5.7%); education, training, and library occupations (4.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Independence Ave (US Hwy 24).

Roads and streets: E 10th St (E 10 St); E 11th St (E 11 St); Winner Rd; Ewing Ave; E 9th St (E 9 St); Peery Ave; E 7th St (E 7 St); N Winner Rd; E 8 St (E 8th St); Bennington Ave; Newton Ave; Fuller Ave; Roberts St; Cambridge Ave; Fremont Ave; Belmont Ave; White Ave; Beacon Ave; Winchester Ave; Wheeling Ave; Oakley Ave; Topping Ave; Independence Ave Off Ramp; Hardesty Ave; Wilson Ave (Wilson Rd).

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR; Gulf Mobile and Ohio RR; Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR; St Louis Southwestern Rlwy; Union Pacific RR; Gst Steel RR; Rock Island RR; Kansas City Terminal RR Siding; Missouri Pacific RR.

Sheffield neighborhood detailed profile
Southmoreland neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.514 square miles

Population: 5,171

Population density:
Southmoreland:

10,063 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Southmoreland:

$50,358
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Southmoreland:

$736
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,455
Females:

2,715

Median age
Males:

29.8 years
Females:

30.7 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (14.9% of all units):
Southmoreland:

$302,808
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (8.4% of all units):
Southmoreland:

$224,783
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (36.1% of all units):
Southmoreland:

$79,821
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (20.0%); service occupations (17.3%); education, training, and library occupations (12.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (7.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.2%); business and financial operations occupations (4.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (25.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (15.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (13.0%); service occupations (10.9%); education, training, and library occupations (9.3%); business and financial operations occupations (8.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.8%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 56 (Volker Blvd).

Roads and streets: Oak St; Walnut St; Rockhill Rd; Brush Creek Blvd; Mc Gee St; Warwick Blvd; E 45th St (Warwick Blvd); E 44 St (E 44th St); Locust St; E 43rd St (E 43 St); Main St; E 46 St (E 46th St); E 40th St (E 40 St); E 45th St (E 45 St); E 39 St; E 48th St; Brookside Blvd; E 47th St; E 41 St; Gillham Rd W; E 42nd St (E 42 St); J C Nichols Pkwy; J C Nichols Pkwy (Baltimore Ave); W 47th St; W 47 St; W 44 St (W 44th St); Grand Ave; W 43rd St (W 43 St).

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Other features: Brush Crk.

Southmoreland neighborhood detailed profile
St. Catherine's Gardens neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.365 square miles

Population: 11,786

Population density:
St. Catherine's Gardens:

8,634 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
St. Catherine's Gardens:

$55,722
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
St. Catherine's Gardens:

$722
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

6,300
Females:

5,486

Median age
Males:

32.6 years
Females:

35.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (88.8% of all units):
St. Catherine's Gardens:

$145,126
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (4.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$122,440
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (4.9% of all units):
St. Catherine's Gardens:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (0.1% of all units):
St. Catherine's Gardens:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (23.1%); service occupations (16.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (15.4%); material moving occupations (9.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.1%); education, training, and library occupations (6.1%); architecture and engineering occupations (4.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: management occupations (except farmers) (25.7%); sales and office occupations (24.5%); service occupations (23.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.3%); education, training, and library occupations (6.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.2%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 435 (US Hwy 50).

Roads and streets: E Red Bridge Rd; Blue River Rd; E 107th Ter (E 107 Ter); E 104th St (E 104 St); Bales Ave; Birchwood Dr; Indiana Ave; College Ave; E 105th Ter (E 105 Ter); Walrond Ave; E 106 Ter (E 106th Ter); Cleveland Ave; Askew Ave; E 110th St (E 110 St); Southern Hills Dr; Mersington Ave; College Ln; Jackson Ave; Bellefontaine Ave; Monroe Ave; St Catherines Ln; Chestnut Dr; Myrtle Ave; Wabash Ave; Ruysser Rd; E 107th St (E 107 St); Chestnut Ave; E 109th Ter (E 109 Ter); E 109 St (E 109th St); Park Ave; E 110 Ter (E 110th Ter); Norton Ave; Olive St.

Other features: Big Blue River Bank.

St. Catherine's Gardens neighborhood detailed profile
Stratford Estates neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.837 square miles

Population: 1,940

Population density:
Stratford Estates:

2,318 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Stratford Estates:

$44,026
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Stratford Estates:

$680
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

909
Females:

1,030

Median age
Males:

34.4 years
Females:

37.9 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (87.9% of all units):
Stratford Estates:

$97,159
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (24.8%); material moving occupations (13.9%); sales and office occupations (13.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.9%); transportation occupations (5.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (29.1%); sales and office occupations (18.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (13.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.9%); material moving occupations (7.3%); business and financial operations occupations (6.5%); community and social services occupations (4.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 470; US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Hillcrest Rd (Hickman Mills Dr); E 109th St (E 109 St); E 107 St (E 107th St); Beacon Ave; E 109th Ter (E 109 Ter); Ewing Ave; Bennington Ave; E 110 Ter (E 110th Ter); Newton Ave; E 110th St (E 110 St); E 107th Ter (E 107 Ter); E 108th St (E 108 St); Fuller Ave; E Red Bridge Rd; Bellaire Ave; Fremont Ave; Wheeling Ave; E 107th Pl (E 107 Pl); E 108th Ter (E 108 Ter); White Ave; Ewing Dr.

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy; St Louis Southwestern Rlwy.

Stratford Estates neighborhood detailed profile
Sunset Hill neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.477 square miles

Population: 717

Population density:
Sunset Hill:

1,504 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Sunset Hill:

$176,736
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Sunset Hill:

$996
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

394
Females:

322

Median age
Males:

41.3 years
Females:

44.1 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (75.7% of all units):
Sunset Hill:

$1,058,269
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: management occupations (except farmers) (26.1%); legal occupations (19.7%); sales and office occupations (16.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (16.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (9.1%); business and financial operations occupations (5.0%); service occupations (3.7%)

Most popular occupations of females: management occupations (except farmers) (30.5%); sales and office occupations (20.8%); legal occupations (14.1%); education, training, and library occupations (10.4%); community and social services occupations (10.1%); service occupations (4.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.4%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 56.

Roads and streets: Sunset Dr; Summit St; W 55th St (W 55 St); W 52nd St (W 52 St); W 51st St (W 51 St); Ward Pkwy N; W 54 St (W 54th St); W 53 Ter (W 53rd Ter); Belleview Ave; W 50 St (W 50th St); W 49th Ter (W 49 Ter); Wornall Rd; Rockwell Ln; Mercier St; W 53rd St; Ward Pkwy S; W 52nd Ter (W 52 Ter); W 53 St (W 53rd St); W 54th Ter (W 54 Ter); Twin Oaks Cir; Roanoke Pkwy; Ward Parkway Median Xing; W 49th St (W 49 St); Brentwood Cir; Pennsylvania Ave.

Other features: Brush Crk.

Sunset Hill neighborhood detailed profile
Terrace Lake Gardens neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.460 square miles

Population: 1,820

Population density:
Terrace Lake Gardens:

3,959 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Terrace Lake Gardens:

$57,435
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Terrace Lake Gardens:

$1,102
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

741
Females:

1,079

Median age
Males:

29.9 years
Females:

29.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (99.8% of all units):
Terrace Lake Gardens:

$93,442
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (20.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.9%); transportation occupations (13.1%); community and social services occupations (10.8%); sales and office occupations (8.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.8%); production occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (33.1%); sales and office occupations (22.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (19.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.7%); community and social services occupations (3.1%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.0%)


Roads and streets: Jackson Ave; E 115th St (E 115 St); Norton Ave; E 113 Ter (E 113th Ter); Jackson Ave (E 112 St); Myrtle Ave; E 113 St (E 113th St); Elmwood Ave; Greenbrier Ln; E 112 Ter (E 112th Ter); Spruce Ave; Kensington Ave; E 111th Ter (E 111 Ter); Cypress Ave; E 115 Pl (E 115th Pl); Elmwood Ct.

Terrace Lake Gardens neighborhood detailed profile
The Plaza neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.024 square miles

Population: 10,294

Population density:
The Plaza:

10,052 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
The Plaza:

$78,479
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
The Plaza:

$850
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

4,913
Females:

5,381

Median age
Males:

37.7 years
Females:

37.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (22.0% of all units):
The Plaza:

$649,814
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (2.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$529,286
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (6.3% of all units):
The Plaza:

$154,571
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (35.4% of all units):
The Plaza:

$249,485
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (21.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (17.4%); computer and mathematical occupations (12.7%); service occupations (10.9%); business and financial operations occupations (6.0%); architecture and engineering occupations (5.3%); legal occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (22.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (17.3%); service occupations (12.8%); education, training, and library occupations (10.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (10.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (8.8%); business and financial operations occupations (7.3%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 56.

Roads and streets: Ward Pkwy S; W 47th St (W 47 St); W 46 St (W 46th St); W 48th St (W 48 St); Roanoke Pkwy; W 45 St (W 45th St); Wyoming St; W 44 St (W 44th St); Holly St; Wornall Rd; W 49th St (W 49 St); Terrace St; Mercier St; Belleview Ave; W 50th St (W 50 St); Jarboe St; W 47th St; Jefferson St; Bell Ave (Bell St); Pennsylvania Ave; Fairmount Ave; Broadway St; W 51 St (W 51st St); Summit St; Nichols Rd; Madison Ave; Wyandotte St; Liberty St; Main St; Baltimore Ave; Genesee St; Walnut St; W 46 Ter (W 46th Ter); Grand Ave; Washington St; Westwood Ter; W 44th Ter (W 44 Ter); Central St; W 50th Ter (W 50 Ter); Westwood Rd; E 51st Ter (E 51 Ter); W 43 Ter (W 43rd Ter); Broadway; E 50 St (E 50th St); E 51 St; W 51st Ter (W 51 Ter); E 49th St (E 49 St); Corbin Ter; W 49th St (Westwood Rd); W 45 Ter (W 45th Ter); Headwood Dr; W 45th St; W 43 St; W 52nd St (W 52 St); Ward Parkway Median Xing; Brookside Blvd.

Other features: Brush Crk.

The Plaza neighborhood detailed profile
Union Hill neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.204 square miles

Population: 185

Population density:
Union Hill:

907 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Union Hill:

$23,837
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Union Hill:

$937
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

84
Females:

100

Median age
Males:

38.6 years
Females:

42.4 years

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (28.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (16.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (11.4%); service occupations (10.5%); business and financial operations occupations (7.9%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.5%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: management occupations (except farmers) (20.0%); sales and office occupations (18.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (17.0%); education, training, and library occupations (8.0%); business and financial operations occupations (7.7%); legal occupations (4.9%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.3%)


Roads and streets: McGee St; Gillham Rd; E 30 St (E 30th St); Warwick Trfy; Grand Ave; Oak St; E 31st St S (E 31 St); E 27 St (E 27th St); Walnut St; E 29th St (E 29 St); de Groff Way; E 27th Ter (E 27 Ter); E 28th Ter (E 28 Ter).

Union Hill neighborhood detailed profile
Valentine neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.239 square miles



Roads and streets: Jefferson St; Pennsylvania Ave; Broadway St; Washington St; Valentine Rd; W 38 St (W 38th St); W 35th St (W 35 St); W 34th St (W 34 St); W 33rd St (W 33 St); W 34th Ter (W 34 Ter); Knickerbocker Pl; W 36th St (W 36 St); W 32nd St (W 32 St); W 37th St (W 37 St).

Valentine neighborhood detailed profile
Verona Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.720 square miles

Population: 2,018

Population density:
Verona Hills:

2,805 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Verona Hills:

$64,593
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Verona Hills:

$1,243
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

926
Females:

1,091

Median age
Males:

48.0 years
Females:

50.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (98.5% of all units):
Verona Hills:

$250,941
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (9.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$176,602
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (48.3% of all units):
Verona Hills:

$93,770
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (20.6% of all units):
Verona Hills:

$271,933
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: management occupations (except farmers) (19.2%); sales and office occupations (15.7%); legal occupations (14.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.0%); production occupations (6.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.2%); service occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (27.8%); sales and office occupations (25.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.9%); business and financial operations occupations (7.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.3%); service occupations (5.9%)


Roads and streets: Summit St; W Minor Dr; W Santa Fe Trl; Jefferson St; Pennsylvania Ave; W 116 St; Wornall Rd; W 115 St (W 115th St); Madison Ave; Glen Arbor Ter; W 121st St (W 121 St); W 115 Ter (W 115th Ter); W 119th Ter (W 119 Ter); Avila Cir; W 120 Ter (W 120th Ter); Avila Dr; Washington St; Baltimore Ave; Central Ave (Central St); W 111 Ter; W 121 Ter (W 121st Ter); Jarboe St; Wyandotte St; W 112th St (W 112 St); W 120 St; W 122 St (W 122nd St); Madison Ct; Avila Ct; W 114 Ter (W 114th Ter); W 119 St (W 119th St); W 118th St; Jefferson Ct; W 119th Ter.

Verona Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Volker neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.553 square miles

Population: 4,183

Population density:
Volker:

7,568 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Volker:

$50,550
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Volker:

$708
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,247
Females:

1,936

Median age
Males:

37.4 years
Females:

37.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (28.0% of all units):
Volker:

$397,094
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (4.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$298,276
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (24.5% of all units):
Volker:

$154,571
city:

$78,161

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (8.3% of all units):
Volker:

$170,462
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (18.7%); service occupations (17.2%); computer and mathematical occupations (12.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.8%); education, training, and library occupations (7.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.7%); production occupations (5.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (25.4%); service occupations (16.4%); business and financial operations occupations (16.2%); sales and office occupations (15.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.0%); production occupations (4.6%)


Roads and streets: Bell St (Bell Ave); Wyoming St; Genesee St; Terrace St; Mercier St; W 41st St (W 41 St); W 40th St (W 40 St); W 42nd St (W 42 St); Westport Rd; W 39th St (W 39 St); Roanoke Rd; Holly St; Valentine Rd; E Roanoke Dr; W Roanoke Dr; W 37th St (W 37 St); Karnes Blvd; Clark Ave; W 35th Ter (W 35 Ter); Summit St (Southwest Trfy); W 41 Ter (W 41st Ter); W 36th St (W 36 St); W 39 Ter (W 39th Ter); Genesee St (W 34 St); W 41 Pl (W 41st Pl); W 35 St (W 35th St); W 34th Ter (W 34 Ter); W 35th St; Wiedenmann Pl; W 33 St; Roanoke Pkwy; Greenwood Pl; W 38th St (W 38 St); W Roanoke Pkwy; Park Ct; Southwest Trfy; W 43rd St (W 43 St); W 37th St.

Volker neighborhood detailed profile
Waldo neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 2.688 square miles

Population: 13,694

Population density:
Waldo:

5,094 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Waldo:

$72,343
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Waldo:

$752
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

6,538
Females:

7,156

Median age
Males:

38.3 years
Females:

38.3 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (81.3% of all units):
Waldo:

$150,789
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (18.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.5%); service occupations (10.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (9.0%); education, training, and library occupations (7.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.7%); business and financial operations occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (27.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (16.1%); service occupations (15.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.0%); education, training, and library occupations (8.9%); business and financial operations occupations (6.9%); community and social services occupations (5.4%)


Roads and streets: Ward Pkwy S (Ward Pkwy); Summit St; Wornall Rd; Main St; Oak St; Madison Ave; Jarboe St; Belleview Ave; Grand Ave; Jefferson St; Pennsylvania Ave; W Gregory Blvd; W 72 St (W 72nd St); W 73 St (W 73rd St); W 74 St (W 74th St); W 75 St (W 75th St); Washington St; W 79th St (W 79 St); W 85th St (W 85 St); Mercier St; Ward Parkway Median Xing (W 81 St, W 81st St); State Line Rd; Walnut St; Brookside Rd; Terrace St; Cherry St; Ward Pkwy S; W 77th St (W 77 St); Ward Parkway Plz; W 80th St (W 80 St); W 84 St (W 84th St); Locust St; Wyandotte St; Ward Pkwy N; W 76 St (W 76th St); W 78 St (W 78th St); Mc Gee St; E 81 St (E 81st St); Wyoming St; W 71 Ter (W 71st Ter); E 82 St (E 82nd St); W 77 Ter (W 77th Ter); E 80th Ter (E 80 Ter); E 79th Ter (E 79 Ter); E 80th St (E 80 St); E 83rd St (E 83 St); Baltimore Ave; E 77 St (E 77th St); Kenwood Ave; E 78 St (E 78th St); E 72 St (E 72nd St); E 79 St (E 79th St); E 78 Ter (E 78th Ter); E 75 St; E 73 St (E 73rd St); E 74th St (E 74 St); E Gregory Blvd; Holmes Rd (Holmes St); W 84 Ter (W 84th Ter); W 74th Ter (W 74 Ter); E 85th St (E 85 St); Central St; W 83 St (W 83rd St); W 73rd Ter (W 73 Ter); E 72nd Ter (E 72 Ter); E 73 Ter (E 73rd Ter); E 74 Ter (E 74th Ter); W 80th Ter (W 80 Ter); W 81st Ter (W 81 Ter); W 82 St (W 82nd St); W 79th Ter (W 79 Ter); W 78th Ter (W 78 Ter); Meadow Lake Ter; Meadow Lake Pkwy; Boone Blvd; W 75th Ter (W 75 Ter); W 83rd Ter (W 83 Ter); W 72 Ter (W 72nd Ter); W 76 Ter (Meadow Lake Pkwy); W 82 Ter (W 82nd Ter); E 71st Ter (E 71 Ter); Douglas Ave; Pico St; Broadway Rd; Cherry Vue Rd; Mary Belle Ln; Pennsylvania Ln; E 81 Ter (E 81st Ter); W 77th St; E 76 St (E 76th St); Broadway; Ward Parkway Median Xing; Ward Pkwy Xing.

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Waldo neighborhood detailed profile
Ward Parkway neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.351 square miles

Population: 5,585

Population density:
Ward Parkway:

4,133 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Ward Parkway:

$76,725
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Ward Parkway:

$955
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,872
Females:

2,713

Median age
Males:

38.1 years
Females:

38.2 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (93.8% of all units):
Ward Parkway:

$164,869
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (18.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (12.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.6%); service occupations (7.3%); business and financial operations occupations (6.2%); transportation occupations (5.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (30.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (20.0%); service occupations (12.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.5%); education, training, and library occupations (9.1%); business and financial operations occupations (6.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.3%)


Roads and streets: Ward Pkwy S (Ward Pkwy); Summit St; Wornall Rd; Madison Ave; Jarboe St; Belleview Ave; Jefferson St; Pennsylvania Ave; Washington St; Mercier St; State Line Rd; Terrace St; W Gregory Blvd; Ward Pkwy S; W 72 St (W 72nd St); W 73 St (W 73rd St); W 74 St (W 74th St); W 75 St (W 75th St); W 79th St (W 79 St); W 85th St (W 85 St); Ward Parkway Plz; Ward Parkway Median Xing (W 81 St, W 81st St); W 84 St (W 84th St); Ward Pkwy N; W 76 St (W 76th St); W 77th St (W 77 St); Wyoming St; W 71 Ter (W 71st Ter); W 80th St (W 80 St); W 78 St (W 78th St); Meadow Lake Ter; Meadow Lake Pkwy; W 75th Ter (W 75 Ter); W 83 St (W 83rd St); W 77 Ter (W 77th Ter); W 72 Ter (W 72nd Ter); W 76 Ter (Meadow Lake Pkwy); W 84 Ter (W 84th Ter); Pennsylvania Ln; W 74 Ter (W 74th Ter); Ward Parkway Median Xing; Ward Pkwy Xing; W 83rd Ter (W 83 Ter).

Ward Parkway neighborhood detailed profile
Washington Wheatley neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.058 square miles

Population: 7,087

Population density:
Washington Wheatley:

6,698 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Washington Wheatley:

$22,791
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Washington Wheatley:

$512
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,923
Females:

4,163

Median age
Males:

38.3 years
Females:

39.9 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (68.8% of all units):
Washington Wheatley:

$43,585
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (43.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (15.2%); sales and office occupations (13.5%); material moving occupations (8.1%); transportation occupations (7.0%); community and social services occupations (1.7%); education, training, and library occupations (1.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.9%); service occupations (33.0%); education, training, and library occupations (10.7%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.6%); production occupations (3.2%); business and financial operations occupations (2.9%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 40 (I- 70).

Roads and streets: Walrond Ave; Benton Blvd; Indiana Ave; E 30th St (E 30 St); Bales Ave; E 27th St (E 27 St); College Ave; E 29th St (E 29 St); E 26 St (E 26th St); E 28 St (E 28th St S); Montgall Ave; Agnes Ave; E 25 St (E 25th St); E 23rd St (E 23 St); Askew Ave; E 24th Ter (E 24 Ter); E 24th St (E 24 St); E 21st St (E 21 St); E 22nd St (E 22 St); Monroe Ave; Cleveland Ave; Chestnut Ave; Bellefontaine Ave; Kansas Ave; Victor St; E 20 St (E 20th St); Lockridge Ave; Mersington Ave; E 19 St (E 19th St); E 19 Ter (E 19th Ter); E 20th Ter (E 20 Ter); Myrtle Ave; Prospect Ave; E 28 Ter (E 28th Ter); Moulton Ave; E 26 Ter (E 26th Ter); E 30 Ter (E 30th Ter); Jackson Ave; Norton Ave; E 29th Ter; E 23rd St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Washington Wheatley neighborhood detailed profile
Wendell Phillips neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.057 square miles

Population: 7,228

Population density:
Wendell Phillips:

6,841 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Wendell Phillips:

$21,691
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Wendell Phillips:

$465
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,916
Females:

4,312

Median age
Males:

40.6 years
Females:

40.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (60.3% of all units):
Wendell Phillips:

$53,155
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (37.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (16.0%); material moving occupations (13.6%); sales and office occupations (12.3%); transportation occupations (4.9%); education, training, and library occupations (2.8%); community and social services occupations (2.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (39.5%); service occupations (34.7%); education, training, and library occupations (10.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.0%); community and social services occupations (3.0%); production occupations (2.4%); business and financial operations occupations (2.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: US Hwy 71.

Roads and streets: Woodland Ave; S Park Ave; Brooklyn Ave; Olive St; Highland Ave; Wabash Ave; Vine St; Prospect Ave; Flora Ave; E 25 St (E 25th St); E 24 St (E 24th St); E 22 St (E 22nd St); E 29 St (E 29th St); E 26th St (E 26 St); E 23rd St (E 23 St); E 24 Ter (E 24th Ter); E 27 St (E 27th St); E 19th St (E 19 St); E 30th St (E 30 St); Garfield Ave; Euclid Ave; Michigan Ave; E 18 St (E 18th St); E 21 St (E 21st St); E 28 St (E 28th St, E 28th St S); Bruce Watkins Access Road Pkwy N; E 31 St (E 31st St S); The Paseo (Paseo Blvd); Paseo St; Wayne Ave; E 22 Ter (E 22nd Ter); E 20 St (E 20th St); Lynn Ave; Bruce Watkins Access Road Pkwy S; E 30th St; Spring Valley Park Rd; Troost Lake Dr; E 19th Ter (E 19 Ter); E 28th St (E 28th St S); Troost Lake Dr Exd; Garfield Cir.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR.

Wendell Phillips neighborhood detailed profile
Western Hills neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.603 square miles

Population: 1,784

Population density:
Western Hills:

2,957 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Western Hills:

$57,640
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Western Hills:

$646
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

856
Females:

927

Median age
Males:

38.4 years
Females:

40.0 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (25.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (12.7%); production occupations (10.1%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (8.3%); sales and office occupations (7.7%); computer and mathematical occupations (7.0%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.7%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (30.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (15.5%); education, training, and library occupations (15.0%); service occupations (13.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (9.1%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.7%); business and financial operations occupations (3.5%)


Roads and streets: Ward Pkwy N (Ward Pkwy); W 89 St (W 89th St); Ward Parkway Median Xing (W 85 Ter); Wornall Rd; State Line Rd; Belleview Ave; W 87th St (W 87 St); Western Hills Dr; Ward Parkway Median Xing (W 88 St); W 86th Ter (W 86 Ter, Ward Parkway Median Xing); W 90 Ter (W 90th Ter); W 87th Ter (W 87 Ter); Washington St; W 91 St (W 91st St); Holly St; W 90th St (W 90 St); Jarboe St; Summit St; W 86th St (W 86 St); W 89 Ter (W 89th Ter); Ward Parkway Median Xing (W 88 Ter); Pennsylvania Ave; W 91st Ter (W 91 Ter); Madison Ave; W 87 Pl; E 85 Ter (Ward Parkway Median Xing).

Other features: Dyke Br.

Western Hills neighborhood detailed profile
Westport neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.283 square miles

Population: 4,395

Population density:
Westport:

15,540 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Westport:

$43,620
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Westport:

$622
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

2,473
Females:

1,922

Median age
Males:

35.1 years
Females:

31.6 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (30.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (17.6%); sales and office occupations (16.6%); education, training, and library occupations (10.6%); transportation occupations (6.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.7%); service occupations (19.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (18.5%); business and financial operations occupations (7.1%); education, training, and library occupations (7.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (2.6%)


Roads and streets: W Westport Rd (Westport Rd); W 39th St (W 39 St); Broadway St; W 40th St (W 40 St); Archibald Ave; Pennsylvania Ave; Main St; Baltimore Ave; W 39th Ter (W 39 Ter); Central St; Washington St; Summit St (Southwest Trfy); W 42 St (W 42nd St); Southwest Trfy; Mill St; W 41 St; Waddell Ave; Clark Ave; W 42nd St; Wyandotte St; W 43rd St (W 43 St); Roanoke Rd; Bridger Rd; W 42nd Ter (W 42 Ter); Lawrence St; W 40th Ter (W 40 Ter); Jefferson St; Broadway; W 40 Way (W 40th Way); Madison Ave; Vietnam Veterans Memorial Dr; Wornall Rd.

Railroad features: Kansas City Southern Rlwy.

Westport neighborhood detailed profile
Westside neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.903 square miles

Population: 2,405

Population density:
Westside:

2,664 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Westside:

$49,613
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Westside:

$892
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,163
Females:

1,241

Median age
Males:

37.4 years
Females:

36.6 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (5.4% of all units):
Westside:

$203,867
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (21.3%); sales and office occupations (21.2%); business and financial operations occupations (14.6%); service occupations (14.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.6%); architecture and engineering occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: business and financial operations occupations (21.9%); sales and office occupations (20.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (16.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.4%); education, training, and library occupations (14.3%); legal occupations (5.1%); service occupations (4.9%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 35; I- 670.

Roads and streets: Summit St (Southwest Trfy); Belleview Ave; Jarboe St; Madison Ave; Southwest Blvd; W 31st St (W 31 St); Holly St; W 23 St (Ave Cesar E Chavez, W 23rd Street Trfy); W 29 St (Genesee St); Jefferson St; W Pennway St; W 17 St (W 17th St); W 30 St; W 21 St (W 21st St); W 27th St; Mercier St; Terrace St; W 20th St (W 20 St); W 25th St (W 25 St); Fairmount Ave; W Pennway Ter; Southwest Trfy; W 27 St (W 27th St); W 18 St (W 18th St); W 24th St (W 24 St); W 28 St (W 28th St); W 16th St (W 16 St); W 14 St (W 14th St); W 26 St (W 26th St); W Bluff Dr; Liberty St; W 24th St; Southwest Trfy S; Southwest Trfy N; Allen Ave; W 20 Ter (W 20th Ter); W 13 St (W 13th St); Monitor Pl; Genesee St; W 28th St; Bell Ave (Roanoke Rd); W Allen Ave; W Pennway St (W 21st St); Wyoming St; Mercier Pl (Mercier St); W 16th St; Alb (Southwest Trfy, W 27th St); W 27th Ter (W 27 Ter); W 16th Ter; Mercier Ter; Southeast Trfy; W 17th Ter; Bell St.

Railroad features: Kansas City Terminal RR; Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR; St Louis Southwestern Rlwy; Union Pacific RR.

Westside neighborhood detailed profile
White Oak neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.079 square miles

Population: 2,644

Population density:
White Oak:

2,450 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
White Oak:

$49,600
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
White Oak:

$816
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,324
Females:

1,320

Median age
Males:

35.8 years
Females:

43.0 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (96.7% of all units):
White Oak:

$118,446
Kansas City:

$167,716

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (17.3%); production occupations (16.5%); sales and office occupations (15.3%); transportation occupations (13.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.1%); business and financial operations occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (41.1%); business and financial operations occupations (15.8%); service occupations (12.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (9.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.3%); education, training, and library occupations (5.3%); community and social services occupations (3.7%)


Roads and streets: E 90 Ter (E 90th Ter); Elm Ave; E 89th St (E 89 St); E Bannister Rd; E 92 St (E 92nd St); Stark Ave; Tennessee Ave; Kentucky Ave; Booth Ave; E 89th Ter (E 89 Ter); Farley Ave; E 88 Ter (E 88th Ter); Evanston Ave; Manning Ave; Hunter St (Hunter Ave); W Longview Pkwy; Everett Ave (Everett St); Evanston Way; Glenwood Ave; Arlington Ave; Lane Ave; Laurel Ave; Crescent Ave; Ford Ave; Lewis Ave; Evanston Ct; E 88 St (E 88th St); Ditzler Ave; E 90 Pl (E 90th Pl); Crescent Ct; Arlington; E 90th Cir (E 90 Cir); E 93 St.

White Oak neighborhood detailed profile
Willow Creek neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.770 square miles

Population: 2,426

Population density:
Willow Creek:

3,152 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Willow Creek:

$47,690
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Willow Creek:

$668
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

1,164
Females:

1,261

Median age
Males:

43.9 years
Females:

46.4 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (25.5%); sales and office occupations (18.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.4%); legal occupations (7.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.5%); material moving occupations (5.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (25.0%); service occupations (16.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.3%); education, training, and library occupations (8.9%); business and financial operations occupations (6.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.3%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 435 (US Hwy 50).

Roads and streets: E 103 St (E 103rd St); E 99 St (E 99th St); Locust St; E 96th St (E 96 St); Wyandotte St; Mc Gee St; Walnut St; Central St; W 100th Ter (W 100 Ter); E 97th St (E 97 St); W 99 St (W 99th St); Walnut Dr; Cedar Brook; W 101 Ter; W 96th St (W 96 St); Oakdell Dr; Holmes Rd; Grand Ave; W 99th Ter (W 99 Ter); W 98th Ter (W 98 Ter); E 100th Ter (E 100 Ter); Cherry St; Main St; E 98 St (E 98th St); E 101st St; W 98th St (W 98 St); E 98th St; E 96th Ter (E 96 Ter); Locust Ln; E 101 Ter (E 101st Ter); E 100th Ter; Kenwood Ave; Baltimore Ave; E 98 Ter; State Hwy W (E Bannister Rd); E 97 Ter (Locust St).

Willow Creek neighborhood detailed profile
Woodbridge neighborhood in Kansas City statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.240 square miles

Population: 520

Population density:
Woodbridge:

2,165 people per square mile
Kansas City:

1,535 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Woodbridge:

$54,954
Kansas City:

$51,235

Median rent in in 2016:
Woodbridge:

$1,007
Kansas City:

$689

Male vs Females
Males:

170
Females:

350

Median age
Males:

52.0 years
Females:

57.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (69.5% of all units):
Woodbridge:

$222,218
Kansas City:

$167,716

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (26.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$176,602
city:

$116,394

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (2.1% of all units):
Woodbridge:

$79,233
Kansas City:

$270,200

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (31.4%); service occupations (20.2%); sales and office occupations (20.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (18.6%); architecture and engineering occupations (10.0%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (41.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (36.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (22.0%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.8%); life, physical, and social science occupations (4.6%)


Roads and streets: Woodbridge Ln; E 129th Ter (E 129 Ter); Cherry St; Mc Gee St (McGee St); E Blue Ridge Blvd; Locust St; Mc Gee St; E 130 Ter (E 130th Ter); Holmes St (Holmes Rd); Grand Ave; E 130 Ct (E 130th Ct).

Woodbridge neighborhood detailed profile
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