Easy Access to I-35, I-70, and I-670
WIth top rankings from our residents, Apex on Quality Hill Apartments boasts immediate access to major employers in the Financial District, a variety of entertainment and some of Kansas City’s best dining. Take a quick walk to the nightlife on Broadway or bring your furry friend to the West Terrace Dog Park. The central downtown location boasts convenient access to I-35, I-70, and I-670 while Kansas City International Airport (MCI) is only a 20-minute drive or ride-share away. Walk a few blocks west towards Main Street to catch a ride on the complimentary KC Streetcar at 9th Street. The KC Streetcar connects many of Downtown Kansas City’s major event venues: The Kansas City Convention Center, Union Station Center, and Crown Center.
Near the Crossroads Arts District
Head south towards the Crossroads Arts District for a variety of eclectic dining and nightlife including live music at the Green Lady Lounge or head west towards Power and Light for more traditional fare or Craft Beer at the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. You can also choose to stay local and grab a sandwich post bike ride at Spokes Café and Cyclery or listen to live jazz at The Majestic Restaurant, both just steps away in Quality Hill.
Near the Best Dining
Apex on Quality Hill is central to the best dining Kansas City has to offer. Among the top 10 is a diverse group of cuisines for you to enjoy including BBQ, Indian, New American, Italian and Mediterranean. The following is the list of Top 10 restaurants from TripAdvisor: Q39, Seva Cuisine of India, Bluestem, Café Gratitude, Jack Stack Barbecue, SLAP’s BBQ, Grunauer, La Bodega, 801 Chop House, and Webster House.
Near Local Attractions
Apex is located near many local attractions in Kansas City. The following is the list of Top 10 attractions from TripAdvisor: National World War I Museum and Memorial, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Arabia Steamboat Museum, The Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial, Kauffman Stadium, The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures, Kansas City Public Library, Tom’s Town Distilling Co and Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.