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A gym in Wichita's serious body builders is first tenant in new West Street Warehouse

Tuesday, October 20 2020 8:37 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
For years, husband and wife Ryan and Brenda May had messed around with the idea of opening up their own gym, a gym specifically for body builders training for competition. Backed by a silent investor, the Mays pushed forward with their plans for ICT Powerhouse. Located at 204 N West St, they signed a lease on the almost 3,000 square foot space. The… Read Article

Two new stores coming to Eastgate Plaza at Kellogg and Rock Road

Wednesday, September 30 2020 1:50 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Five below and Dollar Tree are coming to Eastgate plaza and Kellogg and Rock Road. Five below is a Philadelphia-based chain that sells items $5 or below such as home décor, treats, and clothing. This will be their third store in Wichita, and they will be taking over the 10,000 sq. ft. space that Kirkland’s plans on vacating mid-October. Virginia-based Dolla… Read Article

For the first time in decades, the Stables to be home for one well-known company only

Wednesday, September 9 2020 3:56 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
  For decades, many companies related to the media have occupied the Stables at 322 S. Mosely. Now, the development company TGC Group is going to be moving their headquarters there. TGC, which is currently located at 125 N Emporia, is knocking down it’s building to use as property parking for the new IMA Financial Group headquarters. Nick… Read Article

Developers plan transformation of former Food for Thought building that's been vacant for 7 years

Wednesday, September 2 2020 1:29 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
For the last seven years the former Food for Thought building, near Central and Hillside has sat empty. Now, developers plan to transform it with an entirely new look. Beau Hudson, a developer at Landmark Commercial Real Estate, and real estate investor is taking on the new project with a $2 million transformation. He said that it is &ld… Read Article

Robust industrial market leads commercial real estate brokerages through Covid uncertainty

Friday, August 28 2020 6:40 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Landmark Commercial Real Estate plans to keep its foot on the gas after a year of growth in 2019. In the last year, the commercial real estate brokerage has expanded its development department with new construction projects, added to its property management portfolio and doubled down on industrial deals. And even though the uncertainty… Read Article

With Downtown Pop-up Park Closing Soon, Food Trucks Will Soon Have a Permanent Spot at Naftzger Park

Friday, August 28 2020 1:24 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Downtown Wichita's beloved pop-up park will close Sept. 1, but it won't be long before two food truck stalls reopen down the street at the redeveloped Naftzger Park. "We are planning on hopefully in the next two to three weeks bringing those spots back and having the food trucks there on a more permanent basis," says Troy Houtman, direc… Read Article

A Major Renovation That’s ‘really, really important for downtown’ Is Coming Soon

Monday, August 24 2020 2:48 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Another major renovation is coming to a struggling downtown Wichita property, this time at 125 N. Market. “We want to take this building back to something Wichita’s proud of,” Will Harmon said. He and Sean Crawford — both native Wichitans in the real estate business — are leading the redevelopment of the 1962 building, which at… Read Article

Take A Sneak Peek at the New REI Co-op Opening at Greenwich Place on Friday

Thursday, August 20 2020 2:23 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
(REI will open their new Wichita store this Friday at 10 a.m. The store specializes in outdoor gear like camping and hiking supplies). It’s three months later than planned, but REI Co-op finally is opening at Greenwich Place this week. If you’re not familiar with the outdoor store, the ice axes that serve as front door handles offer a cl… Read Article

Instead of four planned Sport Clips Haircuts sites, franchisees now opening a seventh

Thursday, August 13 2020 8:02 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
When Monique and Roger Haynes-Robertson opened their first Sport Clips Haircuts franchise in 2005 at New Market Square, they thought four stores would be enough for the Wichita area. A lot has changed since then, such as a whole new area of development at K-96 and Greenwich, where they put their sixth store in 2017. “That di… Read Article

AgEagle Announces New Manufacturing Site by the Airport, but which one?

Tuesday, August 4 2020 4:17 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
  (AgEagle on Tuesday morning announced that it’s moving its office and manufacturing from Neodesha to Wichita at this building at 8863 E. 34th St. North. COURTESY PHOTO) UPDATED — AgEagle, the Neodesha drone company, on Tuesday morning announced its much-anticipated new Wichita office and manufacturing site. Although the release st… Read Article

Will Coronavirus Be the End of the Corporate Office?

Wednesday, July 15 2020 7:22 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
(Slated for completion in spring 2021, the Waterford Building in Omaha, Nebraska, will feature touch freeEnhances and germ-resistant flooring and seating surfaces.)                 The world right now is an uncertain place right now. And, with all the uncertainty, many of us are trying to establish a routine for what will hopefully be a short a… Read Article

Wichita's Downtown Revitalization Serves as Catalyst For New Project

Tuesday, July 14 2020 7:33 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Wichita has been experiencing a strong downtown revitalization that has brought construction of new and redeveloped office, retail and mixed-­use projects throughout its urban core over the past few years. Two years ago, companies began relocating downtown as shifting workplace de­mographics incorporated close prox­imity, "live, work, play" amenities in order to grow thei… Read Article

It looks like Amazon has much bigger plans for the Wichita area than one warehouse

Tuesday, July 7 2020 9:25 AM
Categorized In Local Trends
The news that Amazon is bringing a 140,000-square-foot warehouse to Wichita was big, but the company apparently has some much bigger news to come in Park City, which may include Neodesha’s AgEagle Aerial Systems. No one is talking yet, particularly Park City officials, but there’s a warehouse — with more than 1 million square feet … Read Article

City confirms Amazon distribution center is coming to northeast Wichita

Thursday, July 2 2020 5:45 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
A speculative warehouse building in northeast Wichita will be the site of an Amazon distribution center — a huge grab for Wichita's industrial market. The city announced the news Thursday. "There have been rumors spreading that Wichita was in the running for one of the smaller distribution sites for Amazon and I just want to confirm that is true," Mayor … Read Article

Newest tenant at downtown retail incubator is for the plant lovers

Tuesday, June 16 2020 3:11 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
A new business specializing in all things house plants will be the latest to join The Garage at Cleveland Corner, an incubator for retail start-ups at 1st Street and Cleveland Avenue. GROW Giesen Plant Shop plans to open Aug. 28 in a 500 square-foot space at the retail center, which is already home to The Workroom and Birney's Snack Shop. The Workroom's Janelle K… Read Article

Standard Issue men’s shop opens in downtown Wichita during a not-so-standard time

Tuesday, June 9 2020 2:06 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
  Opening a new business during a pandemic is hard enough. Add a climate of protests and tensions following George Floyd’s death, and it’s that much more difficult. “It’s been tough,” said Rodney Horton, whose new Standard Issue men’s shop opens Saturday. Earlier in the week, Horton was shooting a video for the … Read Article

Flattening the Deal-Paralysis Curve

Tuesday, April 21 2020 3:40 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
As a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic, the commercial real estate investment sales market has effectively been divided into two groups of properties:  Properties in which you can have a certain level of confidence that you know what your physical and economic occupancy will look like in the next 3-12 months, and properties in which you don’t know what the physical and economic occupancy is… Read Article

Apricot Lane closes for now; here’s what the new owners plan

Tuesday, March 17 2020 10:04 AM
Categorized In Local Trends
Kami and Mark Murphy have closed their 7-year-old Apricot Lane at Bradley Fair — the last day of business was Sunday — but new owners are going to revive the business. Chad and Ali Raymond are reopening the store at 21st and Rock Road later this month and plan a grand reopening in April. “My wife has a huge passion for fashion,” Chad Raymond… Read Article

Greenwich Place announces new stores, including a long-awaited east-side Marshalls

Monday, March 9 2020 4:40 PM
Categorized In Local Trends
Greenwich Place at K-96 and Greenwich is growing by two more stores: Marshalls and Skechers. Both stores rather unusually went to the west side of Wichita first and are now catching up with east-side sites. “Both have been wanting to get out east for a long time,” says Greenwich Place developer Christian Ablah of Classic Real Estate.… Read Article

Wichita, we can all breathe a sigh of relief: We’re getting a new driver’s license office

Wednesday, March 4 2020 5:01 AM
Categorized In Local Trends
Wichita, we can all breathe a sigh of relief. The Kansas Department of Revenue has decided to open a second driver’s license office in the city. “It helps reduce lines and those wait times,” said Zach Fletcher, the department’s public information officer.   “This just gives more options to people and so… Read Article
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