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Last updated May 2022
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Developers announced future plans to construct a new, three-story building on the vacant surface lot directly east of the Arena Pointe building. The proposed mixed-use development will be 30,000 square feet with exposed brick walls, high ceilings, large windows, private parking and outdoor patio space. Located south of INTRUST Bank Arena, the building will feature 10,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, 10,000 square feet of Class A office space on the second floor and six residential units on the third floor.
Plans to develop an eight-story hotel and a six-story office building along the west bank of the Arkansas River were announced. The project will increase the density and mix of uses surrounding Riverfront Stadium.
The proposed hotel will include 150 rooms with commercial space on the ground floor overlooking the Arkansas River. The proposed Class A office building at the northwest corner of Maple Street and McLean Boulevard will be 55,000 square feet with 5,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. Plans include the construction of a public parking garage with 200 spaces connected to the office building.
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Proposed streetscape improvements include upgrading utility and drainage infrastructure, refurbishing the existing brick streets and the further definition of parking and drive lanes, all while still preserving the character of the Commerce Street Arts District. Artists will be engaged to ensure street amenities, lighting and other design elements including entry monuments reflecting the unique character of the arts district.
Cost - $35 Million
Fidelity Bank announced plans to expand its downtown headquarters with the creation of a ten-story tower and private car park that will become part of the Wichita skyline. This $51 million project is titled "RISE: A Beacon of Progress" and will take place in two phases. Phase 1 was completed in 2021
Phase 2 includes the construction of a new 135,000 square foot office tower. The first floor will offer customer parking and the remaining nine floors will be office space. Employees can utilize an outdoor walkway lined with plants or an enclosed skywalk with floor-to-ceiling windows to travel to and from the car park over the northwest corner of Market and English Streets. Employees will also have premiere access to Rise Farms and the event space located on the rooftop of the car park.
The former Sterling Building at Market and William will be undergoing a transformation. The announced plans include 14-18 market-rate apartment units on the top floor with an additional 35,000 SF of leasable commercial space. The project includes significant facade improvements that will add new awnings, lighting and signage. A coffee shop concept and a new co-working space for faith-based institutions have been announced. The project is directly across the street from the new Kansas Health Science Center – Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (KHSC- KansasCOM) and will add to the growing vitality in that area.
Developers plan to transform the west bank of the Arkansas River into a 7-acre mixed-use development that could include residential, a flagship hotel, retail or restaurants, commercial office space and public plazas. Improvements to the riverwalk are included in this project. Adjacent to the new Ballpark, this development hopes to become a gathering place for the community that will draw visitors from across the region.
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Plans were announced for a new hotel, Unscripted Wichita, adjacent to Riverfront Stadium, which will be operated by Dream Hotel Group, based in New York City. The hotel will feature 155 rooms and an indoor-outdoor rooftop bar and lounge. A signature restaurant will be located on the ground floor, overlooking the river, creating a welcoming pedestrian environment and gathering space along McLean Boulevard between Maple and Texas Streets.
This project is one of three new buildings planned for the riverfront area. The other two properties include a new Class A office building with retail and restaurant space on the ground floor. In addition, the City of Wichita is planning improvements to the west bank of the Arkansas River.
The estimated $302 million campus, a partnership between Wichita State University (WSU), the University of Kansas (KU) and WSU Tech will transform Wichita’s downtown into a prominent center for cutting-edge research, advanced medical technologies, and high-value job opportunities. The campus will bring an influx of 3,000 students and 200 faculty and staff members downtown, driving increased foot traffic for local businesses, restaurants, bars and retail establishments.
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The City of Wichita plans to build a multimodal facility and parking garage just west of Riverfront Stadium in Delano. The new terminal and transit hub for city buses and shuttles would replace the current terminal and would feature 12-bus bays, ticketing windows, a security office, lobby, staff offices, bicycle and scooter parking, and a 400-vehicle parking garage.