New Legends Outlets tenant will sell used cars

04/30/2014 3:57 PM

05/01/2014 11:03 AM

Legends Outlets Kansas City has signed three new tenants.

•  Woody’s Automotive Group, Chillicothe, Mo., will open a used car display office.

It plans a May 8 opening in a 507-square-foot space at 1811 Village West Parkway, Suite O-123, next to Panera Bread.

Woody’s is a family owned business that traces its roots to a Kaiser-Frazer dealership that opened in Manly, Iowa, in 1947.

Woody’s promises its new “concept store” in Kansas City, Kan., will offer a “zero hassle approach.” Customers will be able to scan Woody’s large Chillicothe inventory online and even talk to the Chillicothe sales staff about a particular vehicle. It also will have a sampling of its cars on-site at the Legends.

“At some point in the year we seem to carry nearly every brand, every model,” said Brent Kline, chief executive officer of Woody’s. “We usually have around 1,000 cars on 10 acres.”

Woody’s also can tap into its affiliates with inventory nationwide, and it also will purchase pre-owned vehicles.

•  Nail Envy is a salon and spa offering such services as spa manicures and pedicures, acrylic nails, and gel nails and gel polish, along with full hair salon services, waxing and make-up services, facials, body massages and eyelash extensions.

Nail Envy plans a May 14 opening in a 3,000-square-foot space at 10924 Stadium Parkway, Suite WC-102.

•  Bath & Body Works, a leading retailer in the personal care industry, will offer shower gels, lotions, fragrance mists, perfumes, candles and home fragrances.

Bath & Body Works plans a late May opening in a 3,010-square-foot space at 1803 Village West Parkway, Suite M-129, next to the Ann Taylor Factory Store.

Legends Outlets Kansas City is at Interstate 435 and Parallel Parkway, just north of Interstate 70 in Kansas City, Kan.

It is home to nearly 75 leading designer and brand name stores including Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Banana Republic Factory Store, Gap Outlet, and J.Crew | crewcuts.

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