This week in commercial real estate 1.12.18

Wichita Commercial Real Estate News

This week’s top Wichita commercial real estate news

NAI Martens Patrick Ahern handles sale of former Red Cross Building

Builders Inc. has purchased the former American Red Cross building at 1900 E. Douglas, but not for itself….Wichita Eagle

King of Freight has ‘biggest accomplishment’ yet with major new downtown lease

In August, King of Freight owner Mike Ricklefs told Have You Heard? he wants to hire 15 to 20 people every 15 days at his freight brokerage. It may be difficult to understand how the business, which Ricklefs started with a laptop in his apartment in 2008, is growing so quickly…Wichita Eagle

City may hike sales tax for developers of Delano, Spaghetti Works, Chicken N Pickle

City Hall is poised to raise the sales tax in three areas of Wichita to generate $8.4 million to pay developers to build apartments, a hotel and a Chicken N Pickle restaurant…Wichita Eagle

Delano catalyst project moves forward; Longwell questions CID fairness

A lone Wichita resident questioned the use of a city sales tax mechanism to help fund a multi-million dollar development project in Delano, but Wichita’s City Council did move the project to the next step…Wichita Business Journal

New Wichita restaurants in 2018: Burgers, breakfast, crab and some fancy steakhouses

A new year, a new list of restaurants to start salivating over. Just like always, 2018 will be a busy time for restaurant openings. Almost a dozen new eateries could be ready to go just within the next two months…Wichita Eagle

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