This page shows which neighborhoods in Kansas City are similar to neighborhoods in Cleveland.
Rents in Kansas City average $1,045, 16% higher than the average rent of $900 in Cleveland.
Kansas City's Walk Score is 34, 26 points lower than Cleveland's 60.
Kansas City has some public transportation and does not have many bike lanes. Kansas City has a Transit Score of 29, Cleveland's score is 47. Kansas City's Bike Score is 32, Cleveland's score is 50.
Here are neighborhoods in Kansas City, Missouri that are similar to Cleveland, Ohio neighborhoods.
Similarity is based on walkability, public transit, population density, rent, income, and social signals. Don't take our analysis too seriously because similarity is in the eye of the beholder!