Roughly 60 percent of the Kansas City metro-area population lives in areas classified by the Terwilliger Center for Housing as “established high-end” or “stable middle-income” suburbs. Since this aerial photo of Overland Park’s Hawthorne Plaza area was taken in 1998, the suburb has continued to expand.
Roughly 60 percent of the Kansas City metro-area population lives in areas classified by the Terwilliger Center for Housing as “established high-end” or “stable middle-income” suburbs. Since this aerial photo of Overland Park’s Hawthorne Plaza area was taken in 1998, the suburb has continued to expand. File photo The Kansas City Star
Roughly 60 percent of the Kansas City metro-area population lives in areas classified by the Terwilliger Center for Housing as “established high-end” or “stable middle-income” suburbs. Since this aerial photo of Overland Park’s Hawthorne Plaza area was taken in 1998, the suburb has continued to expand. File photo The Kansas City Star

Suburban living dominates Kansas City-area market, according to report

December 05, 2016 3:22 PM