The mostly closed Metro North Mall at U.S. 169 and Barry Road is now a parking area for the Ford Claycomo plant. Macy’s is still open on the shopping center’s west side. A developer hopes to partially demolish the existing mall to create a much more open setting.
The mostly closed Metro North Mall at U.S. 169 and Barry Road is now a parking area for the Ford Claycomo plant. Macy’s is still open on the shopping center’s west side. A developer hopes to partially demolish the existing mall to create a much more open setting. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
The mostly closed Metro North Mall at U.S. 169 and Barry Road is now a parking area for the Ford Claycomo plant. Macy’s is still open on the shopping center’s west side. A developer hopes to partially demolish the existing mall to create a much more open setting. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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