Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Kansas City Apartments Ranked Tiny

A quick glimpse at local living space reveals this this cowtown is paying top dollar for exceptionally small accommodations.

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According to a new analysis of the 100 biggest U.S. cities by ApartmentGuide.com, the City of Fountains on average has some of the tiniest apartments in the country. At 448 square feet for a studio, 667 square feet for a one-bedroom and 994 square feet for a two-bedroom, Kansas City apartments are smaller than those in Chicago, San Francisco or even Manhattan, the apartment search website's data shows.

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KC ranks high on list of big cities with smallest apartments - Kansas City Business Journal

Move over New York, Kansas City's apartments are among the smallest in the nation. According to a new analysis of the 100 biggest U.S. cities by ApartmentGuide.com, the City of Fountains on average has some of the tiniest apartments in the country.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Chinese red death virus prefers tiny apartments, just sayin

Anonymous said...


It's the new affordable housing. Pay more and get less. You can blame this on the people coming here from Cali and NY. BLM and ANTIFA better run them out they are stealing your quality of life running prices up. They overpay for everything housing being the first thing they screw up for ya.

Anonymous said...

Maybe apartments in bigger cities (NYC, PHA, LA, SF) are slightly larger than the ones in KC, but in KC there is normally one tenant occupying the apartment and in the big cities there are often three to five.

Anonymous said...

Visited a friend in Law school in Chicago many years back. The apartment, large enough for a single woman, cost more then than my 4000 FLA house does now. Her parking fee alone was as much as my first house mortgage. Ain't hatin' or anything, but the cost/value difference btw us and a "big" City is astounding.