Bluhawk is a project filled with nuances that make it different from other mixed-use properties on the market.
The Districts of Bluhawk:
Town Center District
Town Center is a 400,000-square-foot mixed-use retail district near the core of the development featuring entertainment, dining, and shopping. This area will host live entertainment, concerts, conferences and exciting community events. The dining mix will offer something for everyone. The health conscious and foodies will flock to a variety of exciting and iconic eateries including fast casual to fine dining. Bluhawk will be home to some of the nation’s best retail brands. It will include local shops as well as high-end retail establishments.
The Neighborhood Marketplace District
The Neighborhood Marketplace is already open and anchored by local Kansas City grocer, Cosentino’s, a 60,000-square-foot store. Currently, 30 tenants occupy the nearly 200,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Bluhawk Neighborhood Marketplace is an easy-to-access center at the northern corner of the property, located at the intersection of 159th Street and Antioch Road.
Families, fans, and teams will be drawn to Advent Health Sports Park at Bluhawk’s full-size indoor multi-sport turf field, 2 baseball/ softball diamonds with retractable batting cages, 4 full-size basketball courts, 8 volleyball courts, 2 NHL regulated hockey rinks with 6 locker rooms and so much more. The Sports Park, located at the southern end of the property on Lowell Ave. and Hospital Drive North, will also provide families with quick serve food options, a full-service restaurant and shops for purchasing and servicing equipment.
The Bluhawk Office District will give businesses the accessibility and convenience they need to be successful. The proximity to shopping, dining, and entertainment are a huge selling point. The affluent Overland Park area’s large talent pool of college-educated and experienced individuals will be drawn to the exciting job opportunities the district’s tenants provide. Bluhawk’s proximity to rapidly growing Kansas City is immensely attractive for those in the tech & innovation industries.