Most Expensive Neighborhoods In Kansas City, MO

For most of us, living in these high end Kansas City neighborhoods may be well beyond our means, as these neighborhoods include some of the highest real estate and rental prices in Missouri. Listed below are the most expensive neighborhoods in Kansas City for 2021, sorted by overall cost of living which includes: groceries, goods and services, real estate and rent prices. In case you’re wondering, the cost of living average for all cities across the nation is 100.

Population 321
143%
Cost of Living Index 229 vs 94
143% higher than Kansas City
Population 930
59%
Cost of Living Index 150 vs 94
59% higher than Kansas City
Population 633
59%
Cost of Living Index 150 vs 94
59% higher than Kansas City
Population 921
51%
Cost of Living Index 142 vs 94
51% higher than Kansas City
Population 2,107
48%
Cost of Living Index 140 vs 94
48% higher than Kansas City
Population 706
32%
Cost of Living Index 124 vs 94
32% higher than Kansas City
Population 750
28%
Cost of Living Index 121 vs 94
28% higher than Kansas City
Population 2,537
26%
Cost of Living Index 119 vs 94
26% higher than Kansas City
Population 484
25%
Cost of Living Index 118 vs 94
25% higher than Kansas City
Population 513
25%
Cost of Living Index 118 vs 94
25% higher than Kansas City
Population 1,520
19%
Cost of Living Index 112 vs 94
19% higher than Kansas City
Population 2,013
19%
Cost of Living Index 112 vs 94
19% higher than Kansas City
Population 878
18%
Cost of Living Index 112 vs 94
18% higher than Kansas City
Population 1,317
18%
Cost of Living Index 111 vs 94
18% higher than Kansas City
Population 907
18%
Cost of Living Index 111 vs 94
18% higher than Kansas City
Population 4,533
16%
Cost of Living Index 109 vs 94
16% higher than Kansas City
Population 856
15%
Cost of Living Index 109 vs 94
15% higher than Kansas City
Population 1,088
15%
Cost of Living Index 108 vs 94
15% higher than Kansas City
Population 865
13%
Cost of Living Index 106 vs 94
13% higher than Kansas City
Population 709
13%
Cost of Living Index 106 vs 94
13% higher than Kansas City