Metropolis is a 600,000 sq ft (56,000 m2) open-air lifestyle center located in Plainfield, Indiana, 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Indianapolis. A progressive shopping, dining and entertainment destination, Metropolis is among the largest retail complexes in the western portion of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area.
JC Penney, Dick's Sporting Goods, Barnes & Noble, and Carmike Cinemas anchor Metropolis, and are joined by forty additional retailers including Victoria's Secret, Coldwater Creek, Old Navy, and DSW. Dining options at Metropolis include Stone Creek Dining Company, Claddagh Irish Pub, Panera Bread, and Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt.
Metropolis opened in October 2005 with 550,000 sq ft (51,000 m2) of retail, restaurants and entertainment venues. The original developer, Christopher P. White, filed for bankruptcy in 2009. CBRE Group was then appointed by the court to take control of the shopping center. Poag Shopping Centers purchased Metropolis in February 2014.
Metropolis is located in Hendricks County, Indiana, the second fastest growing county in Indiana and the 62nd fastest growing county in the United States. The complex, located near the intersection of Perry Road and US 40, is proximate to Indianapolis International Airport and is easily accessed via I-70 exits 66 (Indiana Route 267) and 68A/69 (Ronald Reagan Parkway).
- JCPenney (95,000 sq ft)
- Dick's Sporting Goods (66,000 sq ft)
- Carmike Cinemas (90,000 sq ft)
- Barnes & Noble (26,774 sq ft)
- Memphis company Poag buys Metropolis mall in Plainfield. indystar.com (2014-02-10). Retrieved on October 11, 2014.