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This Week in Wichita Real Estate 9.29.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news KC developer plans 1Q 2018 start for Delano project A Kansas City development group is honing its plans for a $40 million mixed-use development in the Delano District. Mike McKeen, president, and principal of EPC Real Estate LLC, says the company is finalizing its plans for a mixed-use development for two Delano sites generally located between Douglas and Second Street along McLean…Wichita Business Journal Property across from Intrust Bank Arena to be redeveloped For Bruce Rowley, part of the appeal of…

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Technology 

Will Smart Sensor Tech Become a Leading Amenity in CRE?

Smart technology and the Internet of Things continue to make waves in the commercial real estate industry. For the multifamily specifically, smart sensor tech will change the way residents live and will enhance their way of life by offering new benefits. For other sectors such as retail, the sensor technology can help determine traffic flow. These are just a few of the reasons smart sensor tech is set to become a leading amenity in CRE. Smart Sensor Tech Tracks Vital Info With smart tech sensor technology, property managers of multifamily…

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Just Sold 

Just Sold! 417 E. Douglas

NAI Martens is pleased to announce that Ryan Hubbard handled the sale of 417 E. Douglas.  Located on  Douglas this historical property was on the market for less than 45 days and generate multiple offers. Contact Ryan Hubbard at 316-262-0000 for more information! About NAI Martens   NAI Martens is the largest full-service commercial real estate firm in Kansas. Founded in 1948 and headquartered in Wichita, NAI Martens provides a vast array of commercial real estate services throughout south-central Kansas and Topeka. NAI Martens is led by CEO Steve Martens, CCIM, CPM,…

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In the market for an investment opportunity? We work with institutions, REITs and private investors seeking to maximize their real estate position and strategies for properties ranging from portfolios of owned real estate and non-performing loans to single-tenant net leases, multi-family properties, hotels, industrial parks and corporate headquarters. We maintain relationships with buyers of investment and development properties, and continually track activity along product type, value range and geographic area. We offer teams who specialize in specific sectors of investment sales and acquisitions, the structuring of sale-leasebacks, and finance for…

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For Lease For Sale 

Office/Warehouse with great highway access for sale or lease

NAI Martens is pleased to announce that Scott Salome, SIOR  is representing the sale or leasing of this office/warehouse.  Located South of downtown Wichita, this property offers great flexibility and superior highway access.  For more information on this property click HERE! This property features 12, 128 SF with 2, 760 SF of office space. 18′ to 20′ foot ceiling height 2 12 x12 overhead doors and 1 12 x14 Fenced storage   Click HERE to view the property flyer. Click HERE for more information on the Wichita Industrial Market   About…

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Week in CRE 

This Week in Wichita Real Estate- 9.22.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news Credit union buys downtown office building Meritrust Credit Union has closed on its purchase of the Cargill Protein building in downtown Wichita…Wichita Business Journal Gallery Old Town to be first of Van Sickle’s Old Town artistic ventures In the four years Jason Van Sickle has been president of the Old Town Association, he says he’s focused on infrastructure and safety. Now, in the four months he has left as president, he says he’s turning to something equally important but often overlooked in Old…

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Technology 

Technology is Keeping Bodies in Brick and Mortar: Here’s How

Cutting-edge technology is essential for big-brands who want their retail empires to continue to succeed and outpace competitors in today’s (and probably tomorrow’s) retail landscape. E-commerce has created a shift in consumer wants and behaviors towards retail, however, the right technology can feed into those wants and positive behaviors. Here are three important ways technology is changing brick-and-mortar for the future. Tech experiences are bringing something to the table that shopping online can’t. Experiences are one thing that physical stores have, that online ones don’t. Technology that helps you choose…

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For Lease Local Development 

Former Greyhound Bus Station Redevelopment for lease

NAI Martens is pleased to announce that Troy Farha is representing the leasing of the former Greyhound bus terminal.  Located in downtown Wichita, blocks from Intrust Bank Arena the property is currently undergoing extensive remodeling.  For more information on this property click HERE! This property features 14,426 SF on 2 levels; ground level has 8,510 SF and the second floor has 5,916 SF Zoned:  CBD- Central Business District High ceilings, flexible space Covered Parking Lot Remodel includes new roof and HVAC system Great office, restaurant, or office/showroom space.   Click HERE…

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Monday's With Martens 

Report from 2017 NAI Global Convention

Steve Martens, Kris Wessel and Tom Johnson just returned from the NAI Global Convention held in Carlsbad, California last week. Principals, brokers and marketing managers from offices around the world convened at the La Costa resort for three days of meetings, breakout sessions, education classes and networking. We had the opportunity to meet with representatives of companies across Europe and new members throughout the country and share information on Wichita at the New Professional and International Welcome Reception held the first evening. There were excellent presentations throughout the three days…

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