stablished in 1857, Union Hill is one of Kansas City’s oldest continuous neighborhoods and home to a more than 1000 young, established mid-career and retired professionals. Union Hill is a true urban neighborhood and Kansas City’s largest residential and business district spanning more than 16 city blocks between Main Street on the west, Gillham Road on the east, the 31st Street corridor on the south and approximately 27th Street on the south. Overlooking Crown Center and the downtown skyline, Union Hill district offers convenient living surrounded by green space, dining, arts, entertainment, fitness and some of Kansas City’s major employers.

The preservation and advancement of Union Hill is led by a local developer with a nearly 40-year history of ownership. The local, on-site team leads a 100-year master plan promoting longevity of the neighborhood while embracing Kansas City’s history in all areas of the district.

A short walk from the Crossroads Arts District, Union Hill preserves history and embraces the future of Kansas City with the Kauffman Performing Arts Center, downtown Kansas City and Country Club Plaza as nearby neighbors. More than 23 businesses call Union Hill home, including many dining destinations with outdoor patios. Costco is in Union Hill’s backyard.

Living options in Union Hill have quality, character and benefits. Historic homes were restored on short blocks. Townhomes are part of the Union Hill Neighborhood Association. The historic Greenlease Cadillac Building was developed with condominiums and two penthouses for ownership. Apartment homes in Platinum, Loft and Classic styles fit diverse lifestyles throughout the neighborhood.

The Union Hill Athletic Club is an exclusive fitness facility for residents of Union Hill, featuring nearly a half-million dollars of equipment and design. Parks and green space are throughout and surrounding Union Hill to enjoy.