Trademark Completes Renovation of Zona Rosa in Kansas City
Renovations include addition of amenity-rich spaces, landscaping and facade upgrades
After considering each amenity and renovation detail, Trademark has elevated the Zona Rosa experience. Whether you’re shopping, dining or attending an event at Zona Rosa, the Kansas City community will be pleasantly surprised by the changes.
Zona Rosa improvements included tearing down a building to create green space featuring outdoor seating, lawn games, and event activities, including The Rink at Zona Rosa, a public outdoor ice rink for skating, curling, pond hockey and events during the winter. The former Town Square has been renamed Central Park and features green space with a new splash park, kids playscape, covered outdoor seating and an event stage for community festivals and concerts. Improved landscaping and public art can be enjoyed throughout the mixed-use development. Trademark’s move to enhance facilities, upgrade building facades and add pathways for better wayfinding collectively brings Zona Rosa to the forefront of experiential shopping. In addition to these changes, the 54th Street Bar & Grill expanded and created an outdoor biergarten and sports court, while DICK’S Sporting Goods also remodeled its Zona Rosa location.
“These upgrades have signficantly impacted the overall Zona Rosa experience,” said Scott Zigler, Zona Rosa’s General Manager. “Now, visitors enjoy a multi-faceted experience filled with a new sense of place, in addition to a wide variety of available retail offerings.”
Zona Rosa is home to diverse upscale shopping and dining options and will host multiple entertainment events at the new green space and stage. The Northland community now has a high quality central gathering place to call it’s own following Trademark’s recent renovation and rebranding campaign in 2019. By redeveloping the town center’s assets, Trademark has accelerated Zona Rosa’s momentum in Kansas City, leading to new business partnerships and activations with local stakeholders.