Cityscape

June 17, 2014

KCK’s Wyandotte Plaza signs Marshalls, PetSmart

Wyandotte Plaza, which opened in 1961 at 78th Street and State Avenue, is getting new tenants and a makeover. Price Chopper also is relocating to a new, larger building in the center.

Wyandotte Plaza — in the heart of an underserved but high traffic area in Kansas City, Kan. — has signed two more national tenants.

RED Legacy, developers of Wyandotte Plaza, said a 27,000-square-foot Marshalls store (offering discounted designer and brand name clothing for the family) and a 13,000-square-foot PetSmart will open in a building at 7734 State Ave. in spring 2015.

Price Chopper has long occupied the building at 7734 State Ave. but it is relocating to a new 68,000-square-foot building at 7600 State Ave. It will then be one of the largest grocery stores in Wyandotte County. A July 16 opening scheduled.

MeMa’s Old-Fashioned Bakery recently relocated to Wyandotte Plaza from a spot in the Legends Outlets Kansas City. Other tenants in the center include Dollar Tree and Advance Auto Parts. A couple of inline spaces are still available, as well as couple of pad sites.

Wyandotte Plaza, which opened in 1961, also will have a new updated facade, newly configured parking, new lighting, and new signage.

According to RED Legacy, more than 65,000 people live in a five-mile radius of the center and have a median household income of more than $47,000.

To reach Joyce Smith, call 816-234-4692 or send email to jsmith@kcstar.com. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter at JoyceKC

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