The new Metro North Crossing continues a steady addition of mixed-use development on the former Metro North location.
Foodies will appreciate the latest additions of restaurants under way or planned for the 93-acre development. This fall should see the opening of a Hawaiian Bros. Island Grill and a Whataburger, the popular hamburger chain lauded by Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
On the residential side, residents are beginning to fill the first of four multifamily housing locations. Named Woodstone at Metro North Crossing, the approximately $60 million complex will include a total 249 apartment and townhome-style residences on top of 30,000 square feet of retail, office and restaurant businesses. The developer, Metro North Crossing LLC, is also planning a second, $40-million multifamily project.
Other developments approved on the site include three new retail projects and a proposed bank. The site’s other tenants include Macy’s, Olive Garden, Red Lobster and McDonald’s.