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Hinkle Law Firm moving to Waterfront in 2016

Wednesday, August 26 2015 12:20 PM
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COURTESY LK ARCHITECTURE Hinkle Law Firm will occupy three of the seven floors in a new Waterfront office building. Hinkle Law Firm is consolidating its two Wichita offices and moving to the Waterfront. The firm will occupy three of the seven floors in a new office building that will be located at 1617 N. Waterfront Parkway. I reported on the construction of the buildin… Read Article

Wings of the Wind to move to former Birds on the Roof space

Tuesday, August 25 2015 2:51 PM
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BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle Mark Adams was a young man in the 1970s and looking for something to do for a career when his parents visited San Francisco and saw a 45-foot dragon kite. “They followed it till they found a man who told them about a great kite store,” he says.  That inspired him to have his own kite store. He openedWings … Read Article

Jewelry Savers to move to Regency Lakes at 21st and Greenwich

Thursday, August 20 2015 1:19 PM
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BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle Since Jim and Norma Ellis founded Jewelry Savers 44 years ago, it’s been in theSunnybrook Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Lincoln and Rock Road. “Obviously, the area has changed,” says Mark A. Payne, who is vice president and general manager.  Also, the… Read Article

Lizzie Karzon closes deli but keeps catering business

Friday, August 14 2015 8:23 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Lizzie Karzon has closed her deli in order to concentrate on her Lizzie’s Delights Catering and Event Planning full time. (Aug. 10, 2015) Julie Mah The Wichita Eagle BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle Lizzie Karzon has decided to stick with what she likes best, and that’s catering. Her Lizzie’s Delights Cater… Read Article

Developer pushing ahead with outlet mall in Park City

Friday, August 14 2015 8:17 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
BY DAN VOORHIS The Wichita Eagle A Texas developer said he plans to open a large outlet mall at 53rd North and I-135 in about two years. The Woodmont Co., based in Fort Worth, expects to break ground on a 300,000-square-foot outlet center on the northwest corner of the intersection in about 12 to 15 months. The shopping center will sit on 35 acres of the former Echo Hills… Read Article

IHOP construction starts at Southfork; strip centers to follow

Friday, August 14 2015 3:05 PM
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BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle UPDATED – At long last there are concrete signs – no pun intended – that something is happening at Southfork. A concrete slab has been poured for an IHOP that will be opening at the development at the southwest corner of 47th Street South and I-135.   “Hey, after six years, a little … Read Article

Epic Center on the market again

Wednesday, August 12 2015 12:31 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle The Epic Center, which is the tallest building in Kansas at 23 stories, is once again for sale. The last time the 289,154-square-foot building at 301 N. Main St. sold was in 2013. IPC Wichita Properties sold it to current owner BACM 2005-3 Main Woodlawn LLC for almost $16 million. BACM has made more than $2 million in improvements, s… Read Article

Petroleum Building sells to CDK Wichita investors

Monday, August 10 2015 7:36 AM
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BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle The group of investors that reassembled the ownership of the Petroleum Building after theMinnesota Guys sold it floor by floor has now sold it to Gene Regier and a group of partners with CDK Wichita. “It’s just a neat old building,” Regier says of the 8-story, Art Deco-style building on Broa… Read Article

Dart Warz to open in former Pump It Up space

Tuesday, August 4 2015 1:11 PM
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Screenshot from YouTube video/ClickClickBAMF BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle Stanton and Randi Wilkerson took what used to be a backyard battle for kids with Nerfguns and turned it into a business called Dart Warz. Now the California natives are bringing it to Wichita. “What we’re doing right now is essentially b… Read Article

EXCLUSIVE: Seven-story office building coming to the Waterfront

Monday, August 3 2015 2:46 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
The Waterfront development in northeast Wichita is primed for expansion with the addition of a new office building. Crossland Construction Co. Inc. has pulled a commercial building permit to construct the shell of a seven-story office building. The permit is valued at $13.5 million. The address of the building will be 1617 N. Waterfront Parkway. The developers b… Read Article

Chiropractor Jayme Gawith is opening Wellness One at Cambridge Market

Monday, August 3 2015 2:24 PM
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BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle Chiropractor Jayme Gawith will begin seeing patients at a new office at Cambridge Marketat 21st and Webb Road on Monday. Gawith, who has been in business for 15 years, has returned to solo practice. “Everything’s great,” he says. “Everything’s going to be the same – jus… Read Article

Greystone Steak & Seafood to open Tuesday in Cambridge Market Shopping Center

Monday, August 3 2015 2:15 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
BY CARRIE RENGERS The Wichita Eagle The new Greystone Steak & Seafood will open its doors for dinner on Tuesday. Deano’s Grill & Tapworks proprietor John Arnold is opening Greystone with a group of investors at Cambridge Market near the southeast corner of 21st and Webb Road, which is where Deano’s is as well. … Read Article
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