Coronavirus has wiped out public transit, night life and most activities that urban hipsters love . . . And so the benefit of paying big bucks to live inside the loop or in one of the nicer Midtown KC condos has quickly disappeared and isn't coming back any time soon.
Meanwhile, safe streets, lots of grocery stores and decent housing stock still hold a great appeal for those who can afford it . . . A recent study confirms this thinking and was sent our way by an AWESOME TKC READER . . . Checkit:
For the past seven years, Livability.com has released a data-driven list of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America. Every year, the list changes: We do surveys and studies, adjust our algorithm, add in new variables and data points, and celebrate a new No. 1 city.