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5 Reasons Why Pop-Ups Are Super Trendy Right Now

“Here today, gone tomorrow”… this expression typically elicits feelings of nostalgia and a bit of sadness. However, when talking about the exciting new(ish) trend of pop-up shops, the expression generates buzz and excitement. For up and coming brands, in particular, setting up shop for a shorter period of time, rather than committing to a traditional, long term lease is an excellent wait to build brand awareness and acquire new customers. While pop-up stores have been a popular avenue for retailers seeking to eschew the traditional brick and mortar store, the…

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NAI Martens April 2018 Land Inventory Report

NAI Martens April 2018 Land Inventory Report Now Available NAI Martens, a member of the world’s premier managed network of commercial real estate firms, is pleased to provide the April 2018 land inventory report. With our easy to use property search tool you can locate the perfect office, retail, industrial, land, multi-family, special-purpose, medical, or other properties throughout Kansas.  Do not see what you are looking for? No problem! We have a team of commercial real estate professionals ready to assist you in leasing, selling, buying, investment, or property management. APRIL 2018 LAND INVENTORY REPORT: APRIL 2018 APRIL LAND FOR LEASE/FOR SALE…

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Where to find available property information…

In case you missed it, Mondays with Martens this week covered how you can stay up-to-date with all of our listings. From NAI Martens President Tom Johnson Commercial real estate marketing has evolved from simple building signage to sophisticated multi-channel campaigns. In the 1900’s, real estate marketing was simple: get the passer-by’s interest with an eye catching sign. In the 1920s-50s print ads became widespread. By the 1960s and into 1990s, the scattergun approach evolved into more database-led,  targeted direct marketing approaches. While these techniques are still used today in…

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What’s Coming 2018: Restaurants

In previous posts about development in Wichita, we looked at the attractions and events as well as business and development projects coming to Wichita in 2018.  Today we will take a look at a few of the restaurants and bars coming in 2018. Please keep in mind that restaurants don’t always open on time and that this is only a partial list, by mid-year we will need to do a new post! Reverie Coffee Roasters and Founder’s Bakery Located at 2202 E. Douglas Ave. Wichita, Kansas and led by Chef Stephanie Hand from  Reverie…

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Industrial sector shines in latest outlook for commercial real estate market

New sources of demand make the industrial segment the star of commercial real estate, according to Peter Muoio, ‎chief economist and head of research at Ten-X Commercial, the nation’s leading online real estate marketplace. The drivers for industrial space include e-retail fulfillment and distribution, cloud computing and the proliferation of legalized marijuana. “From the demand side, the industrial space is firing on all cylinders,” said Muoio. The country’s current economic expansion is now one of the longest in history and economists are pondering just how much longer it will last….

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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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Will this office trend revolutionize the way we monetize extra space?

NAI Global took a look at a new trend for using excess space, we thought it was interesting and wanted to share it. The office industry is feeling the effects of a new trend: non-traditional real estate spaces that are proving to be a major disruptor. These spaces offer several variants of niche-y uses: temporary meeting space, event spaces, and conference rooms that would otherwise have been leased or rented through a landlord. Other variations on this theme include coffee shops with meeting rooms and local restaurants that open their doors…

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