The Country Club Plaza (often referred to as the Plaza) is an shopping district and residential neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri.
The basic design of the Country Club Plaza reflects classic European influences, especially Spain. In center there are more than thirty statues, murals, tile mosaics, and architectural reproductions, such as a half-sized Giralda Tower of Seville (the tallest building in the Plaza). The Plaza also includes precise light fixture reproductions of San Francisco's Path of Gold streetlights.
The Plaza was the first shopping center to use the percentage lease, where rents are based on a percentage of the gross receipts of tenants. This concept was novel at the time when J.C. Nichols invented it, but it is now a standard practice in commercial leases. The fountain with four equestrian statues, designed by Henri-Léon Gréber, was purchased from a Long Island Gold Coast Estate, Harbor Hill.