Waldo Appears To Be Making Kansas City Middle-Class Comeback

More biz and building in this enclave that has been crippled by infrastructure neglect now seems to be rebounding and serving as something more inspiring than the East side DMZ. 

Alternatively . . . 

A series of winter car crime and robberies contradict this otherwise happy news from public TV:

"More apartments, along with restaurants, breweries, coffee shops, a charcuterie, a piano bar, an arcade and retail shops have recently opened, or are coming soon. Waldo boosters believe the area could be entering something of a post-pandemic boom. "

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Where's Waldo? KC Neighborhood Embraces, Grapples with Growth

A new $90 million apartment project is only the biggest sign that the Waldo neighborhood in Kansas City is entering something of a post-pandemic boom.