The Landing is a small mall in Kansas City, Missouri. It was built in 1960, on 63rd Street and Troost Avenue (it also has frontage on East Meyer Boulevard) and it was originally an open air shopping center. The architect of the Landing Mall was Edward Tanner, who was also the architect of the Kansas City Missouri School District Building on 12th and McGee in Downtown.
It was enclosed in 1968, and was renamed The New Landing Mall. So far, no renovation plans have been made. The Landing was named for the landing place of Noah's Ark. There was previously a menagerie mural and play area within the mall. It is managed by Block & Company, which lists its current capacity at 131,497 square feet, with the surrounding traffic at 54,000 cars a day.
One of the mall's original tenants was Macy's, which became Dillard's in 1986. It is now Gold's Department Store.
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