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125 N Market

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Property Details

125 N Market, Wichita KS 67202
North of Douglas on Market St.
For Sale
Building Size:
487,403 sq. ft.
Lot Size:
.96 acres
Real Estate Tax:
Year Built:
1964 renovated in 2017
Central Business District (CBD)
Property Type:

More Information


- 4th tallest building in Kansas

- 19 floors

- 289 rentable parking spaces and valet service in parking garage

- Uses: retail, hotel, office and apartment


- Click here to listen to existing tenant testimonials and to get an inside look at some of the recent upgrades


Location Description

- Wichita, the largest city in Kansas with a population 389,965, is the county seat of Sedgwick County. Major highways, including the Kansas Turnpike, US 400 and Interstate I-135, link the city with a large trade area that encompasses a population of more than one million people within a 100-mile radius. The nearest large cities are Denver to the west, Kansas City of the northeast, and Oklahoma City to the south, and Tulsa to the southeast.

- In the 20th century, aircraft pioneers such as Clyde Cessna, Walter Beech and Bill Lear began projects that would lead to Wichita’s establishment as the “Air Capital of the World.” In 1917, the Cessna Comet was the first airplane that was manufactured in Wichita. Cessna and Beechcraft remain based in Wichita today, along with Learjet and Spirit Aerosystems. Airbus maintains a workforce in Wichita. Since the growth of the aircraft industry began during the inter-war years, Wichita has been a leading producer of general aviation and commercial aircraft. McConnell Air Force Base was activated in 1951 and has remained an important factor in the community.
Wichita has long been known as a center of entrepreneurship. In addition to aircraft pioneers, Fred Koch founded Koch Industries in Wichita, and Dan and Frank Carney founded Pizza Hut. Coleman, Freddy’s Frozen Custard, and many other successful companies began in Wichita.

Property Highlights

- An estimated 2,749 residents call our vibrant downtown home

- In the past decade, residential units have doubled and in 2018 over 300 units came online

- A recent study projects market capacity for an additional 2,000 new units to come online over the next 5 years

- 39% of the downtown population are ages 20-29 years old

- 4,108,053 sq. ft. of office space in the Central Business District with an occupany of 85%

- Cargill’s new 188,000 sq. ft. collaborative workspace houses over 850 employees

- The new scooter program that launched in July 2019 has made downtown quicker and easier to navigate

Sales Associate

Jim Korroch

Jim Korroch
316-262-2442 (office)

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Craig Simon, CCIM

Craig Simon, CCIM
316-262-2442 (office)

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