Ivanhoe Southeast Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
The largest city in Missouri is Kansas City, found in the northwest area of the state along the Missouri River. It is home to more than 400,000 residents.
Kansas City is more than famous barbeque and steaks. It has three professional sports teams, multiple museums, art and cultural venues as well as many historical areas and landmarks. The city is home to many family neighborhoods, conveniently located near mass transit, schools and public parks.
South of downtown is the Ivanhoe neighborhood. Its borders include 31st Street to Emmanuel Cleaver II Boulevard and Prospect Avenue to The Paseo. US Route 71 runs through its center. The 64109 and 64130 zip codes include the Ivanhoe Southeast area. I70, I435 and I35 are nearby interstates.
Ivanhoe Southeast is a family neighborhood with a strong community foundation. The Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council, a non-profit group, organizes community events, offers leadership programs and provides structured kids’ programs. Some of the programs include sports like football, baseball, basketball, volleyball and cheerleading as well as scouting and music programs.
The neighborhood has local parks including Brush Creek Park and Oak Park Southwest. Ivanhoe Southeast is about four miles from Swope Park, the second largest urban park in the United States. Nestled in historic Swope Park is the Kansas City Zoo. The zoo houses more than 1,000 animals. Swope Park is Kansas City’s largest public park, offering historical sites, swimming, golf, tennis, soccer, cricket fields, baseball and miles of bike trails.
Penn Valley Park to Ivanhoe’s northwest about five miles has an off-leash dog park plus a skate-park and the National World War 1 Museum at Liberty Memorial.
Residents of Ivanhoe Southeast have access to the Kansas City Transportation Authority (KCATA) with nearby routes traveling to downtown shopping, dining and businesses as well as area hospitals. Rockhurst University and the University of Missouri at Kansas City are south of the Ivanhoe Southeast neighborhood, about two miles.