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Landmark was founded in 1993 by Bradley Saville, CCIM, after Saville had spent 4 years in property management, leasing and brokerage from 1989-1992. Landmark Commercial Real Estate Inc. has evolved into the 3rd largest real estate company practicing solely commercial real estate in south-central Kansas.

“We pride ourselves in our success in focusing on leasing and marketing properties for sale, lease and development." Many of the properties we handle are owned by institutional owners, investors and developers, who demand a high level of reporting and results. “We are selective in the Listings that we accept, as we provide a commitment to results through implementation of a strategic marketing plan on every property.” Landmark Commercial Real Estate has licensed agents, an administrative staff, a photographer and graphic designer with in-house production. We have the ability and the staff to handle the demand new listings require to execute a marketing plan. We look forward to serving you.


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Council moves $23 million Spaghetti Works development project along

By Bryan Horwath  –  Reporter, Wichita Business Journal Dec 19, 2017   The Wichita City Council on Tuesday mo…

Kendra Scott Boutique to Open at the Waterfront

Kendra Scott boutique to open at the Waterfront Plaza BY CARRIE RENGERS DECEMBER 19, 2017    UPDATED – As some Kendra Scott&n…

$23 million Development at old Spaghetti Works Factory

By Bryan Horwath  –  Reporter, Wichita Business Journal Dec 15, 2017   A planned $23 million Spaghetti Works deve…

Sudha Tokala has $125 million plan for four downtown properties

BY CARRIE RENGERS February 08, 2018   UPDATED – Sudha Tokala, the pharmacist and nascent developer who has been on something of a d…

Krab Kingz Seafood taking over a spot where another Wichita seafood place just closed

BY DENISE NEIL February 01, 2018  Crab-hungry Wichitans were excited earlier this month when they found out that a restaurant called Krab …

Developer: Let's spend $1 billion on Wichita's downtown in next 10 years

Developer: Let's spend $1 billion on Wichita's downtown in next 10 years   Downtown development advocates such as Jeff Fluhr have talked lately about…