National Register of Historic Places
The Great Depression began a period of decline for Squier Park. Many of the large houses in the neighborhood were converted into rooming houses or were simply left vacant. After World War II, flight to the suburbs sent Kansas City’s population into a steep decline. The population center of the city moved south and east, away from Squier Park, and Troost Avenue became a dividing line in the city. Today, Squier Park has matured into a vibrant and active neighborhood. In 2012, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, making it only the second residential district east of Troost Avenue to receive the designation.
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Many Squier Park homes feature large front yards and unique architectural details; the area is still home to a number of successful professionals and families.