Metcalf South Shopping Center

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Metcalf South Shopping Center was a shopping mall in Overland Park, Kansas. It opened in 1967 along with a nearby strip center that was anchored by Kmart and Hancock Fabrics before Kmart closed in late 2013 and Hancock announced a move in early 2014. The mall itself featured two main floors of retail space, with a third floor which has home to office space, and featured two anchor stores (Sears and Macy's). Sears and the Glenwood Arts movie theater remain open, while Macy's announced the closure of its Metcalf South store in January 2014.[1]

After more than a decade of decline that left Metalf South a dead mall, the property was purchased in February 2014 by Lane4 Property Group and The Kroenke Group, and the owner of Lane4 stated it is likely the mall will be razed.[2] On September 19, 2014, Metcalf South Mall finally closed its doors.[3]

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Coordinates: 38°57′15″N 94°39′55″W / 38.95417°N 94.66528°W / 38.95417; -94.66528