The Ice at Park Place, Leawood’s only outdoor ice rink, is open every day (weather permitting) mid-Nov. through Feb., including holidays. The Ice is surrounded by seasonal festivities, amazing restaurants, and local, specialty shopping. Enjoy special events like Skating with Santa, Princess Skate, and Valentine’s Day Skate.
Park Place’s newest tenants include a bank, law firm and marketing agency. Over the summer, the shopping center added seven retail tenants.
Park Place, Leawood’s choice destination for almost everything, just added something new and surprisingly perfect to its summer lineup—a local farmers’ market.
Dan Park, an executive with Park Place owner KBS, shares how the Leawood shopping center is performing and what’s in store for the future.
If you’re on the hunt to score fresh produce (sometimes picked the same day you buy it), check out the new Park Place Farmers Market located along W. 116th Place at Park Place Village. The market—which opened on May 1st—is just one of several new additions to the popular Leawood shopping mecca.
It’s been an eventful few years for Italian eatery Plate. After the beloved restaurant’s original Brookside location was destroyed by a fire, it reopened in a new, modern space in the neighborhood in 2019. Now, Plate is spreading the love with a second location in Leawood, slated to open this fall in Park Place (11655 Ash St.). The new restaurant will offer Plate’s many Johnson County diners an option closer to home, explained president Christian Joseph.