LANE4 Property Group confirmed today demolition and construction is underway to replace the vacant and dilapidated Metcalf South Mall. Work on the project will begin immediately. The mall, located at the southeast corner of 95th and Metcalf in Overland Park, Kansas, was officially closed to the public on September 19, 2014. Demolition of the mall will begin immediately, although most of the early phases will occur on the interior of the building. Demolition will likely not be visible from the outside until mid-late May of this year.
Once the mall has been razed, site work will begin to level the land and construct frontage roads. Plans are for construction to begin this fall for a store to be occupied by Lowe’s. The overall project plan also includes a number of smaller format retail buildings and restaurants, but potential tenants have yet to be announced.
Locally owned and operated Tanner’s Bar and Grill has announced a new location at LANE4’s 39Rainbow project, located across the street from the KU Med campus. The casual restaurant will make a perfect addition to the line up of retail and restaurant uses at the project, ideally located to serve not only the medical community, but the surrounding neighbors and community as well.
LANE4 was proud to receive a 2017 Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Award for our Red Bridge Shopping Center project.
As news hit about Gordman’s nationwide bankruptcy and store closings, the KC Business Journal highlighted local brokers take on how it may affect the Kansas City market and the challenges that leasing anchor space presents to shopping center owners and investors. LANE4’s Senior Vice President, Tom O’Leary, and Vice President, Devin Schuster share their thoughts.
LANE4, with project partners, broke ground on our new hotel and convention center project in Edwardsville, KS, Village South. Impeccably located just across I-70 from the Kansas Speedway and Hollywood Casino, the project will feature a La Quinta Inn, Holiday Inn, 22,000 SF convention center, and 17,000 SF of restaurant space.
We are so excited to share that Wonderscope Children’s Museum is planning a move to Red Bridge! The children’s museum will join forces with Mid-Continent Public Library and share a brand new building at the center.
For more information, read the Kansas City Business Journal article written by Rob Roberts here.
The Kansas City Star highlights the trends, changes, and retail happenings we shared in our 2017 Kansas City Retail Report.
LANE4 is proud to release our annual Kansas City Retail Report, highlighting the retail trends, development updates and retailer movement throughout the KC Metro.
LANE4 is excited to welcome Shelby Herrick Salon to the recently completed Woodside Village in Westwood, KS. The highly successful, locally owned and operated salon will open in Spring of 2017, and offer even more luxury hair care and beauty services than at it’s previous location.
The Martin City Telegraph chronicles the most recent changes at Red Bridge Shopping Center as construction comes to a close on the renovation.