b'COMMERCIAL RETAILCargill Protein Group, completed in 2018 Union Station Phase 1, completed in 2016EMPLOYMENT EPICENTEROffice space offers two key attributes to building a thriving downtown density and daily activation. Project Downtown identified critical factors to successful downtown development, such as mixed-uses, ground-floor activation, connectivity and a range of office options that once addressed would increase demand for office space. Since 2010, the Downtown Wichita organization has continued to work closely with public and private sector partners, developers and the real estate community to address these critical issues and establish downtown as the epicenter of employment.The CorTen office building, completed in 201514.6% 7 23% 7 81% 7INCREASE IN OFFICE SPACE INCREASE IN LEASE RATES OVERALL OCCUPANCYEXPANDING RETAILLocal shops and restaurants make downtown Wichita unique and are key to enhancing vibrancy. These one-of-a-kind, local establishments are a part of the culture of our downtown. As the number of residents, visitors and workers has increased in downtown, the restaurant and retail spaces have increased significantly from 290,478 square feet in 2010 to 735,701 square feet in 2020.Cocoa Dolce downtown factory, completed in 2019100+ 17 445,223 7 39% 7SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS SQUARE FEET ADDED INCREASE IN LEASE RATEINTRO 6'