Country Club Plaza

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COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA

Developed in the 1920’s as one of the nation’s first mixed use developments, the Country Club Plaza has remained one of Kansas City’s most desirable retail and residential living areas in the Midwest. Known for its famous Spanish architecture and gorgeous fountains, the Plaza is the scenic backdrop that every home buyer dreams of. Whether you prefer older homes or newer developments, the Country Club Plaza has a home for you and your family.

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COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA

Things To Do

The best thing about the Country Club Plaza is there is always something special taking place. One of Kansas City’s favorite holiday traditions is the Plaza Lighting Ceremony that takes place every Thanksgiving. Thousands of people come out to watch the lights turn on for the holiday season. The Plaza Art Fair is another huge event that draws artists from all of the country for a fun weekend of art and entertainment.

Where To Shop

The Country Club Plaza in itself it one of the premiere shopping districts in the country. From high-end retail to some of Kansas City’s local favorites, you are bound to find a store everyone in your family will enjoy. Baldwin KC and Charlie Hustle are two stores with great stories and local ties. Some other Plaza favorites include: Kate Spade New York, H&M, The North Face, and Three Dog Bakery. The best part about the Plaza is there is a little something for everyone in the family.

Where To Eat

You do not have to go far to find some of the best restaurants if you live on the Country Club Plaza. From everyone’s favorite chain restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory and Kona Grill to some local favorites like Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue and The Oliver, the Plaza has food choices for everyone. Some additional places you must visit include: Topsy’s Popcorn, Panache Chocolatier & Café, and Scooter’s Coffee House.

Schools

If you choose to live at the Country Club Plaza, there are both private and public schools that are in the area. Pembroke Hill, Rockhurst High School, and St. Teresa’s Academy, and Kansas City Public Schools are some options. For more information, please refer to http://www.greatschools.org/