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🏠 How it works
This quiz will ask you six simple questions about your ideal next home. You’ll be able to choose one answer from a selection of options, and the result will hopefully sum up your general preferences, tastes, hopes, and dreams.
Note: These results are only single-family houses. We did not include condos or rentable units, even though both of those are great options depending on your stage of life.
The fun part? You don’t need to be ready to buy a home to take the quiz. We just like playing games and looking at cool local homes — don’t you?
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SpicyOne — at 6551 W. 119th St., Overland Park — is reportedly the metro’s first Indonesian restaurant. The Asian nation boasts incredibly diverse food from as many as 1,300 different ethnic groups. Notable menu items include Rendang Spicy Beef slow-cooked in coconut milk + a stuffed pancake called Martabak Telur. 🥘 (Kansas City Magazine)
Want to have a roaring good time? Prehistoric Putt is open in Independence — 13907 E. US Hwy. 40. The entertainment venue includes two family-friendly courses and one that’s 21+ — perfect for pairing a beer with a Brachiosaurus. 🦕 (Kansas City Business Journal)
Three Waldo restaurants are collaborating on a passport called Summit Summer Crawl. Summit Grill, Bōru, and South of Summit — all on the same block of 75th Street — will award $25 to people who order an app + a drink at each location during happy hour, 3-6 p.m. (IN Kansas City)
Waldo gastropub District. Pour House + Kitchen is expanding into Shawnee — at the corner of Johnson Drive + Nieman Road. There’s no lease or opening date yet, but the building owner hopes renovations are complete this fall. The menu includes brunch items and summer bourbon slushes. 🍹 (Shawnee Mission Post)
Chicago-based GoodVets opened its second metro location — at 4041 Indian Creek Pkwy., Overland Park. The “elevated petcare” company is currently offering a free first exam. There’s already a location in Lee’s Summit, another is coming to Prairie Village.
Parkville begins a major street resurfacing project today — going until whenever it gets done. Streets include Spinnaker, Walnut, Cedar, Hickory, and Willow in the Riss Lake neighborhood; and Claret, Royal, and Colonial in The National neighborhood. Street parking is not allowed during construction. The city tweeted a map. 🚧
Beaming with excitement. Last week, we showed you a giant steel girder in transit across downtown, headed toward the new Buck O’Neil Bridge. Now, the Missouri Department of Transportation has an educational video illustrating the process from arrival to installation.
Will you be my neighbor? UMKC’s Center for Neighborhoods is taking applications for its next free 12-week leadership training program. Weekly sessions start with a free dinner + teach ways to increase neighborhood vitality. The program runs from Aug. 27-Nov. 19. 🏘️ (Martin City Telegraph)
“Real estate resiliency.” The term coined by Opendoor to describe the dedicated approach to home ownership displayed by home buyers + sellers across the country, despite the highly competitive housing market. 🏡*
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Kansas City Current welcomes their new state-of-the-art training facility — just nine months after it was first announced. The $15 million, privately-funded building and soccer complex is located just off I-635 + Horizons Parkway in the Northland. This video shows the players’ reactions as they peek inside for the first time. Bonus: have you seen these new stadium renderings?
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