OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- New plans have been revealed to revive the dead shopping center at Metcalf South and 95 West according to the Kansas City Business Journal.
The 63-acre site will be the new home of Central Square. The site will feature restaurants, retail, entertainment, 56,000 square feet of office space and 450 luxury apartments.
The plan would require the Metcalf South mall to be demolished. The Sears building, Olive Garden and Red Lobster would remain open.
The location is the metro's busiest intersection.
Lane4 Property Group Inc. of Kansas City and its Columbia-based partner, The Kroenke Group released the conceptual plans for the site Friday. The two companies bought the area from MD Management just a year ago.
Both property groups plan to attend the city council meeting Monday. The groups will ask for a public meeting to talk about public financing. The meeting, if it happens, will take place in March.
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Redevelopers of Metcalf South & 95 West plan to give 63 acres of dead shopping centers new life as Central Square: http://t.co/t4nWGttWlK
— KC Business Journal (@KCBizJournal) January 30, 2015