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This week in Real Estate 10.27.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news Market Centre apartments work set to begin in December One of the point men for a renovation project that would put more than 100 apartment units in the Market Centre building downtown says work is set to begin later this year…Wichita Business Journal Union Station lands startup Late next year, downtown Wichita will be home to the first production facility of local wine company Jenny Dawn Cellars…Wichita Business Journal   More Wichita Real Estate News Community input will be…

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Monday’s with Martens 10.23.17

Since 2003, Dr. Stan Longhofer, Director of the WSU Center for Real Estate, has authored the annual Kansas Housing Market Forecast. The 2018 theme, “The Hunt is On!”, reflects the fierce competition among buyers for the limited inventory of homes available for sale across the state. Whether you are a buyer, a seller or a real estate professional, this year’s Kansas Housing Markets Forecast Series will help you “track your quarry.” Reports are available for Wichita and each of the metropolitan areas in the state. Housing Market Outlooks are also available for…

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Week in CRE 

This week in Wichita Real Estate 10.20.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news Construction begins on new Cargill headquarters Construction, planned to take about a year, has started at the site of the new Cargill Protein headquarters in downtown Wichita…Wichita Business Journal Sedgwick County a finalist for wayward Tyson Foods plant Sedgwick County is one of three finalists for a Tyson Foods processing plant…Wichita Business Journal   More Wichita Real Estate News Old Town bar has closed to the public, now has new purpose Prairie Pointe twin-home development coming to Cornerstone Hillsboro business expanding…

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Local Development 

What’s coming: A look at development on the river

In the past couple of years at least $137.5 million in projects have been announced for the Delano area along the Arkansas River. As larger developments continue to expand closer to the edges of the city, such as the areas surrounding Greenwich Place and New Market Square, the Wichita City Council is looking to revitalize the core. Developments have taken place or been announced for other portions of the downtown market, like The Douglas Luxury Apartments,  College Hill’s new Uptown Landing and plans for the lot across from Intrust Bank…

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Local Development 

Uptown Landing Development Progress

Construction is underway on a new mix-use development at Douglas and Rutan. NAI Martens’ Jeff Englert, Nathan Farha and Ryan Hubbard have been selected as the exclusive leasing agents for the retail portion of this new project in College Hill. Check back to this post or follow us on social media to watch the progress! View the full listing for more information on available commercial space.   http://listings.naimartens.com/uptownlanding February 16, 2018: Framing in Place                         September 13, 2017: GROUNDBREAKING Stay…

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Week in CRE 

This week in Wichita real estate 10.13.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news Wichita Manufacturer doubling space with headquarters move Superior Tool Service on Monday announced Monday it has purchased a new headquarters facility in Wichita that will give the cutting tool manufacturer and distributor additional space needed to expand its offering to customers…Wichita Business Journal Reports show Wichita hotel market trending downward Businesses that capitalize on the sharing economy — like Airbnb — are likely to continue to cut into the profit margins for traditional hotel operators…Wichita Business Journal Harbor Freight Tools to anchor…

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Industry News 

Here’s How CRE Developers are Taking Sustainability into Account

Sustainability in the real estate sector affects a large amount of companies. Sustainability is often referred to in residential real estate, with topics such as rain water harvesting, energy alternatives and recycling surfacing, but commercial real estate value can also be enhanced with sustainability efforts. Here’s how CRE developers are taking sustainability into account. From renewable energy production to green roofs, sustainability is an integral part of commercial real estate development. Tenants, investors and cities are encouraging developers to create more environmentally sound and energy efficient projects. Developers like Prologis…

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Industry News 

Q3 Derby Retail Snapshot now available

NAI Martens is pleased to present the Q3 Derby Retail Snapshot report. Click here to view the report 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, SIOR and President Tom Johnson, CRE – two industry veterans with 80 years of combined commercial real estate experience. Commercial real estate services…

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This week in Wichita Real Estate 10.6.17

Wichita Real Estate News This week’s top Wichita real estate news Ridge Road building sells; Profit Builders and Simpson Construction to move there Michelle Becker was looking for new space for her Profit Builders when she also wound up with a couple of investment partners in Anne and Bob Simpson of Simpson Construction…Wichita Eagle NAI Martens report: Market for office space continues to lag Due in part to the increasing popularity of the “out-of-office workplace,” the market for office space in Wichita continues to be stagnant…Wichita Business Journal    More Wichita Real Estate News Landlords sue to evict Wichita’s…

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