Kansas City's transformation has led to a wave of new, young residents. Here’s why you might want to join the crowd.
Fans of the Netflix show “Queer Eye” recently got a fun look at Kansas City through the eyes of the Fab Five, who spent season three hanging out here. And Livability recently named KC one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2019. One thing’s for sure: Kansas City is carving out an exciting new reputation on the national stage.
When talking about Kansas City, it’s always best to start with a quick geography lesson: Kansas City is a metro area that spans both sides of the Missouri/Kansas border and is home to more than 2,000,000 people. But Kansas City, MO, is where you will find this city’s thriving center and much of the culture and entertainment that has been putting this affordable Midwestern city on the map.