Metro North Mall

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Metro North Mall is a 1.3 million square foot (123,076 m<sup>2</sup>) regional mall located at 400 NW Barry Road, in Kansas City North, Missouri.

Metro North opened its doors in 1976 and was the only enclosed mall located north of the Missouri River in the Kansas City metro area, as well as being the second largest mall in the area at 1.3 million s.f. (Oak Park Mall is larger by .2 mi s.f.). It was developed by Frank Morgan and his uncle Sherman Dreiseszun.


Metro North Mall opened in September 1976, with 1.3 million s.f. of retail space that included 125 storefronts and 4 anchor stores on two levels. Despite the challenges of the market, the mall interior is well maintained and features a beautiful 1980s-style center court area with a stage surrounded by a pool of water, which includes four mini hot-air balloons suspended from the ceiling that float up and down. Metro North previously had a small 6-screen theatre near the Montgomery Ward section, but it closed along with the 6-screen theatre on a pad site behind the mall nearest to Montgomery Ward. The former Montgomery Ward store which closed in 2001, and its retail 'wing' are completely vacant, except for a Lenscrafters. JCPenney closed in mid-2008, in favor of opening two new stores. Dillard's converted to a clearance center in 2007, closing off the lower level of the store. Dillard's later left the mall in late 2008, in favor of a new location in nearby Zona Rosa. MC Sporting...
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