Westport is a historic neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Originally an independent town, it was annexed by Kansas City in 1897. Today, it is one of Kansas City's main entertainment districts.
The Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri, is not on the National Register even though it is considered the first planned shopping area in the country. It was planned by JC Nichols in 1923, and utilized Seville, Spain as its architectural influence. Originally this building was an Emery, Bird, Thayer but became a Macy's when Emery, Bird, Thayer closed in 1968, after that, it became Dillards in 1986. It now serves as a Barnes and Noble. As Seen in 1964