The Northland’s Zona Rosa shopping center recently added four new tenants, and one existing tenant is expanding. The 1.1 million-square-foot outdoor shopping center recently underwent a multimillion-dollar redevelopment, it said in a release. Improvements included courtyard renovations, building facade makeovers, new property signage, the addition of murals and graphics by local artists, added sidewalks, landscaping, parking lots, the paving of Prairie View Road, and updated public restrooms, apartments and office buildings.
Here are the new tenants added in Q1 2023:
• Tulle & Dye Shoppe: opened in January, the store sells special occasion dresses.
• Restore Hyper Wellness: opens in March, it provides wellness and cryotherapy services.
• Roots: opens in April, the shop is a locally owned tropical houseplant store.
• Anejo Modern Mexican Cuisine: opens this spring, the restaurant serves modern Mexican cuisine and margaritas, and is its second Kansas City-area location.
Pink Dinosaur, a local T-shirt and apparel store, moved to a new space within the district with nearly triple the space. “The recent redevelopment, capital improvements and tenant expansions at Zona Rosa continue to reinforce our goal to position the center as a hub in the Northland. We are excited to see the impact of the improvements as we continue to grow our community, residents, and new tenants:’ Zona Rosa General Manager Scott Zigler said in the release.
Last year, the shopping center added the following new retailers: Lighthouse Artspace with Immersive Van Gogh, Muffin Top Bakery and Textured Haus.
Logistics Company The Scarborough Group also took a 22,000-square-foot office space starting last year. Zona Rosa is owned by Trademark Property Co.