No it won't.
Moreover . . . Readers should be skeptical of everything that comes from a developer hack blogger who is now proven wrong about touting Nordstrom for this embattled swath of land.
Moreover . . .
This story "feels" a lot like City Hall inspired spin given that mid-level and even upscale retail has been a non-starter on the Plaza ever since Saks Fifth Avenue closed back in 2005.
Fact . . .
THE PLAZA MIGHT NEVER RECOVER FROM RACIALLY CHARGED RIOTS/PROTEST/UPRISING THAT MAYOR Q LED!!!
Here's today's hype . . .
Discussions involve building a Dillard’s department store that would take the place of the proposed 122,000 square-foot Nordstrom development approved by the city in early 2019.
Although Little Rock-based Dillard’s doesn’t have the cachet of Nordstrom, it is described as catering to a middle and upper middle class market. Dillard’s currently operates stores at the Independence Center, Oak Park Mall and Zona Rosa.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Dillard's is negotiating with the owners of the Country Club Plaza to replace the Nordstrom project that has been stalled for two years, according to independent sources with direct knowledge of the matter. While no lease has been completed, sources say the discussions involve building a Dillard's department store that would take the place of the proposed 122,000-square-foot Nordstrom development approved by the city in early 2019.