About Greenway Fields

Greenway Fields has the safety, security, and cohesiveness of a small town neighborhood, the spacious properties, tree-lined streets, and green space of the suburbs, and the access to historic and cultural amenities, shopping, and entertainment found in an urban neighborhood.  Residents love the historic quality of the quiet, walkable neighborhood as well as the intergenerational diversity of families, empty-nesters, singles, and young couples.  Greenway Fields’ residents have managed to maintain the richness and beauty of the area through home renovations, home maintenance and additions. An active, strong homes association contributes to the area with timely communications and social gatherings throughout the year. Greenway Fields Homes Association residents are very happy with and proud of their beautiful neighborhood.


History of Greenway Fields Homes Association of Kansas City, Missouri

Greenway Fields is a subdivision including portions of Southeast quarter of Section 6, Township 48, Range 33 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

The Greenway Fields Homes Association was formed on the 21st day of April, 1922 by and between the Greenway Fields Homes Association, a corporation of Jackson County, Missouri . . . and those owners of the land in Blocks 1 & 2, Blocks 3 & 4, Blocks 4,5,6,7,8, and Blocks 8, 9, and 10 of Greenway Fields and of Blocks 5,6,7,8, of Wornall Manor.

On or about 1929, Wornall Road Baptist Church of Kansas City, Missouri and parsonage was erected and maintained on Lot 24 in said Block 2.  Subsequent to 1929 (1989), the church acquired Lots 25 through and including 27, Lots 1 through and including 6, east 4 feet of Lot 22 and all of Lot 3  for the development of an off-street parking facility.