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Millennials moving back to Kansas City, Seattle mulls limiting micro apartments and more

Snapshots of real estate news from around the U.S.
By Brendan O'Connor | October 10, 2014 04:30PM

From the October issue: In this month’s roundup of real estate news from across the nation, we first look at Kansas City, whose Downtown population has swelled by 50 percent to 20,000 since 2000. Out in Seattle, residents are making a push for a stricter regulation of micro apartments. In celebrity news, retired pitcher Randy Johnson listed his Arizona home for a cool $25 million. Click here to see these items and more.