DESCRIPTION: A mixed-use urban center in Kansas City’s booming Northland, Zona Rosa offers more than 100+ shopping, dining and entertainment options in a nostalgic downtown setting. With nearly one million square feet of retail, office and residential space, Zona Rosa is a one-of-a-kind destination drawing customers from in and around the city and beyond.
ADDRESS: I-29 and Barry Road, Kansas City, Mo.
LOCATION: Five minutes from the Kansas City International Airport.
HOURS: Regular shopping hours: Mon.-Thu. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. noon-6 p.m. Visit the website for individual merchant hours.
ANNUAL ATTENDANCE: More than 10 million annually.
HISTORY: Zona Rosa’s first phase opened in Kansas City’s Northland in May 2004 with 500,000 square feet. Currently undergoing a major, multi-million-dollar redevelopment featuring new amenities, community spaces and works from local artists, the lifestyle shopping and entertainment district has grown to 1 million square feet and includes office space, urban-style residential apartments as well as a full-sized Dillard's department store, local boutiques, a comedy theater and more.
WHERE TO DINE: Whether you're seeking a snack or a fine-dining experience, guests at Zona Rosa can choose from a diverse line-up of restaurants. A few Kansas City favorites such as Hereford House and Bo Lings share the development with a variety of national restaurants.
WHERE TO SHOP: With more than 80 stores, there are plenty of options to choose from at Zona Rosa, including Barnes & Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, Bath & Body Works, Chico's, Loft, Sephora, Old Navy, Victoria's Secret and more.
HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES: Kids can splash around in Town Square’s large pop fountain or climb in the children’s play area called The Grove near Marshall’s.
WHAT’S NEARBY: In addition to KCI Airport, Kansas City’s impressive slate of casinos are only a short drive away. Several hoteliers are also close and many offer shuttle service to and from Zona Rosa.
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DID YOU KNOW: The district was named after a long-standing urban shopping center in Mexico. The original Zona Rosa operated for more than 100 years.
PARKING: Three parking garages and other large surface lots are free. On the main boulevards, metered spots are available. Proceeds benefit local charities.
PUBLIC RELATIONS CONTACT: Natalie Bass, Marketing Director, 816-656-8697 or email@example.com