The Zona Rosa Town business center is a 93-acre mixed use development in Kansas City inspired by the neighborhood of the same name in Mexico. The business center occupies the second floor of a distinctive brick-built corner building nestled among a diverse array of shopping, dining and entertainment businesses. Aside from the wholesale and retail trades, the area's industries include finance and insurance, healthcare, data processing and professional, scientific and technical services. Of the city's leading employers, at least 10 employ more than 1,500 people each. The top three growth industries are educational services, administrative and waste, and healthcare. Kansas City is also a leading center of excellence in life sciences.