Wichita Business Journal - by Chris Moon
Date: Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 3:56pm CDT - Last Modified: Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 4:19pm CDT
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Landmark Commercial Real Estate’s Brad Saville, who is marketing on the ground at 37th Street North and Maize Road, is distributing a new site map showing the potential uses for the 10 or so pad sites. The ideas include typical retail users that would surround a large anchor — from a bank to a pharmacy to fast food to a car wash.
The Menards store opened March 1.
“We’ve been talking to restaurants, retail, gas — just different uses,” Saville says. “We put together our ideal uses for each pad. Basically, we’re getting a little more interest since Menards opened.”
In a Monday e-mail to real estate brokers and investors, Saville noted Anderson Management has begun work on its 400-unit mini-storage project nearby.
The site — called Stonebridge — is being developed by Paul Jackson, of Vantage Point Properties. Saville says he has a small interest in the project.