Property Remarks

New industrial building with 7" floors and approximately 320 feet of 12" floor, 16' sidewalls, metal construction, and stone facade.  There is a 1,700 sq. ft. mezzanine above the office area as well as a 120 sq. ft. concrete tornado shelter.

Property Details

Site Name
New Build Warehouse
Lease Rate Per Sq Ft
$5.00
Listing Type
Lease
Year Built
2017
Number Of Buildings
1
Lot Size Sq Ft
44,167
Available Sq Ft
10,000
Lease Type
NNN
Num Overhead Doors
2
Overhead Door Description
16' x 20'
Zoning
Limited Industrial

Location

County
Sedgwick
City
Wichita
State
KS
Zip Code
67209
Location Description
Located south of Kellogg and west of Tyler Rd. on the SE corner of Seville and Harry.

Presented By:

Ben Gartner

Sales Associate
Commercial
316.292.3967

Bradley Tidemann

Sales Associate
Commercial
316.292.3947

Exterior

Parking
Off Street

Wichita - SW

Wichita-Southwest Schools

Wichita Public Schools, USD 259, is proud to be the state's largest school district, one of the most successful large-city districts in the United States, and a great place to educate all of the city's children.

The students and employees give the Wichita community many reasons to be proud of the Wichita Public Schools. Students and employees receive local, state and national recognition for their achievements.

The district's enrollment is 51,330 students. Enrollment has grown by 2,512 students over the last ten school years.  Forty-one schools received 141 Standard of Excellence Awards in reading, math and/or science from the Kansas Department of Education for their performance on the 2012 state assessments.

Students in the Wichita Public Schools continue to see growth on Kansas state assessment scores. Over the past five years, the district has seen a 4.3 percentage point increase in reading and a 3.1 percentage point increase in math.

Graduation rates continue to increase – The Wichita Public Schools' graduation rate is 76.5% - up 21% in four years.

West High School is a fully accredited public high school located in Wichita, KS. West High School serves 1,432 students (2014) in grades 9-12. West High School opened in 1953. The Pioneers are a 6A high school.

The vision, in the Wichita Public Schools, is to create environments in which technology is naturally integrated into the teaching and learning process and the business functions essential to the management of this large urban school district are maintained. 

 (Source –City of Wichita Website-www.wichita.gov)

Wichita-Southwest Lifestyle

This area features affordable homes alongside new developments. It is a quiet area, with many shops and businesses nearby.

Local businesses and restaurants make this area feel homey and provide residents with many unique attractions. Tanganyika Wildlife is a great place to take the kids and spend the day outside and the Lake Afton Public Observatory is a great place to spend the evening. Century II and the Wichita Symphony and Wichita Music Theatre provides world-class musical and theater entertainment.

Wichita is one of those places described as a "nice place to raise your kids". Traffic is relatively light.You only see anything remotely like a jam if there's a wreck in a bad spot during rush hour. Cost of living is relatively low, so you can afford to live in or near the area you frequent if you prefer, or if you like suburbia, you can get from one end of town to the other in under half an hour. Most destinations in Wichita are usually less than 30 minutes away. Even with its many amenities, Wichita's overall cost-of-living index is a very moderate 89.7, 10.3% below the national urban area average of 100.

(Source – www.wichitachamber.org )

Wichita-Southwest Transportation
 

Southwest Wichita is a short drive away from Friends University, Bombardier Learjet, and Textron. This easy access makes Southwest Wichita an ideal commute for college students and the aircraft industry. The Wichita Transit is a bus service that offers transport all across the Wichita area. The City of Wichita maintains more than 60 miles of bicycle paths, lanes and other bicycle facilities. Many of the paths travel through and along scenic areas, such as the Arkansas River. Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport is located just off the Southwest side of Kellogg, making travel more convenient.

(Source – City of Wichita website-www.wichita.gov)

Wichita-Southwest Local Attractions/Activities

Wichita boasts a professional opera, symphony and ballet, as well as dozens of cinematic and performance theaters that stand ready to impress with independent films, old favorites or new drama. From traditional to contemporary, the art galleries, varied museums and breathtaking gardens are sure to engage you with their many enticing exhibits. As a region globally recognized as a top pick in test markets by those in the restaurant industry, Wichita residents have their choice of the best of the best.

As development in Wichita continues to boom, so do options in shopping. Local boutiques, antique shops and specialty stores can easily be found throughout the city, as well as nationally recognized retail chains and department stores.

Events like Riverfest, Tallgrass Film Festival, and the National Baseball Congress World Series keep Wichita life exciting throughout the year. The Town West Mall, Tanganyika Wildlife Park and Wichita Symphony are just a few attractions on the Southwest side of Wichita.

Tanganyika Wildlife Park

As you walk among the kangaroos, hand-feed the giraffes and ride atop a camel, there’s a moment you realize you’ve crossed the usual boundaries of a typical zoo and entered a special place. You don't just observe animals at Tanganyika, you experience their world.

(Source- 360 Wichita Website-www.360wichita.com)

Lake Afton Public Observatory

Young and old alike can share the excitement of the night sky at the Lake Afton Public Observatory. Through the Observatory's 16-inch telescope you can view such wonders as the giant planet Saturn and its rings, the Moon with its craters and mountains, glowing clouds of gas, star clusters with thousands of stars, and distant galaxies many times bigger than our own Milky Way. After touring the universe, you can explore the Observatory's museum area with its interactive astronomy exhibits. When visiting Wichita, make sure you put this unique attraction on your list of things to do.

(Source- 360 Wichita Website-www.360wichita.com)

The Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center

The Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center is a multi-functional facility, fully accessible to all users. Wichita's convention facilities can be tailored to meet your specific needs, making Wichita your destination of choice. Century II has five separate performance and convention spaces available, three of which can be combined into nearly 200,000 square feet of display space.  From theater, opera and ballet performances, to concerts and lectures, conventions, trade shows, and banquets... Century II can meet your needs. 

(Source- 360 Wichita Website-www.360wichita.com)

Wichita Symphony

Come listen to the marvelous sounds of the Wichita Symphony. Made up of both local and nationally recognized musicians and lead by conductor Daniel Hege, the Wichita Symphony is a shining example of Wichita’s thriving music programs.

Music Theatre Wichita

Music Theatre of Wichita, founded in 1972 and currently the largest subscribed not-for-profit arts organization in the state of Kansas, has attained an international reputation for excellence. Each summer at Century II Performing Arts Center in downtown Wichita, MTWichita self-produces five Broadway-scale musical productions, using a unique mixture of top-flight professionals from Broadway and Hollywood working hand-in-hand with talented Midwesterners. Each year approximately eight administrative year-round staff, 55 seasonal performers, 65 seasonal technical staff, and 30 seasonal orchestra members work together to design and create five Broadway-quality musicals during the months of June through August.

(Source- Music Theatre Wichita Website-www.mtwichita.org/home.com)

Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

The Kansas Sports Museum at the Chisholm Trail Center highlights the great history of sports in Kansas with exhibits dedicated to high school sports, college sports, and Kansans who have played professional sports. The museum is open Monday through Saturday 10 to 5 and Sunday 1 to 5.

(Source- 360 Wichita Website-www.360wichita.com)

Towne West Mall

Towne West Square makes shopping simple, convenient and fun. Anchored by Dillard's, JCPenney, and Dick's Sporting Goods, Towne West Square offers great variety and selection in a climate controlled indoor mall with more than 95 specialty stores.  You'll find shops such as American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Charlotte Russe, The Buckle, Express, and Victoria's Secret. Be sure to visit our newest retailer, Rue 21, located near Maurices in the JCPenney wing.  For "reel" pleasure enjoy a movie at the "Movie Machine" by the Warren Theatre, located at the South West mall entrance. Need a way to entertain the kiddo's?  Visit our Bungee Jump and Train or Mini Golf.

(Source- Simon Mall website-www.simon.com)

Wichita– History

Now recognized as one of the major mid-sized cities in the nation, Wichita has come a long way since its infant years as a trading post and cowtown. The road from "then" to "now" has been filled with colorful people, events and businesses that have been the building blocks for today's cosmopolitan Wichita... a dynamic community rich in culture, activity and opportunity. 

The beginnings of the community date to 1868, when J.R. Mead founded a trading post on the banks of the confluence of two rivers, the Arkansas and the Little Arkansas. For centuries this location had also served as a trading place for Native Americans. The name Wichita comes from the Wichita Indians, who settled at various times in the vicinity, and means either "scattered lodges" or "painted faces," depending on which historian you ask.

In 1868, a Wichita Town Company was organized with Mead and six others as original incorporators. Wichita was incorporated as a city of the third class on July 21, 1870. One hundred twenty-three men and one woman signed the original incorporation petition. The woman was Mrs. Catherine McCarty, who owned and operated a laundry. Later, she moved to New Mexico, where her oldest son, Henry, changed his name to William Bonney, better known as "Billy the Kid."

Jesse Chisholm came to Wichita first in about 1863, leading a party of sportsmen and adventurers here to hunt game. He later marked the cattle trail, best known as the Chisholm Trail, from the King Ranch in south Texas to Kansas. Cattle by the hundreds of thousands traversed the trail to the Santa Fe railhead at Wichita. In 1872 alone, 350,000 head of cattle were sold in Wichita at a value of more than $2 million, a princely sum in those days.

Spurred by this influx of cowboys in the 1870s who brought hundreds of thousands of cattle out of Texas north to Wichita along the Chisholm Trail, Wichita was indeed a rough and tumble cowtown. It was a city where Wyatt Earp, "Buffalo Bill" William Mathewson and Bat Masterson walked the dusty streets. Just west of the river, the area known as Delano was especially wild and woolly. All manner of vice could be found in saloons, dance halls, gambling and prostitution houses to entertain the thirsty and lonely cowboys.

Even though the cattle trade lasted only three or four years, its presence assured Wichita's position as a commercial hub. With the trade groundwork firmly established, manufacturing and agriculture industries thrived in the late teens and early 1920s. In addition, savvy aviation entrepreneurs moved in to take advantage of the benefits of a prosperous oil industry, agreeable climate and wide open spaces perfect for building and testing these new birds of flight.

Men like Lloyd Stearman, Walter Beech, Clyde Cessna, E.M. Laird, J.M. Mollendick and George Weaver were responsible for starting the aircraft industry in the area. With Mollendick as the financial backer, Laird started the Swallow Airplane Company to build the Swallow airplane that had been designed in Chicago. Interestingly, Beech, Stearman, and Weaver all worked for Laird and Mollendick until each went on to establish his own company. Stearman's company later was purchased by The Boeing Company of Seattle, now Spirit AeroSystems. Today Spirit is Wichita’s largest employer with more than 20,000 employees.

The Beech (now Hawker Beechcraft Corporation) and Cessna companies continue today, as does Learjet (now Bombardier Aerospace Learjet), founded by William Lear in the mid-1960s. It was through the efforts of these aviation pioneers that Wichita earned the title of "Air Capital of the World." With all companies still located in Wichita, which title firmly remains today. Cessna, Bombardier Aerospace Learjet and Raytheon supply more than half of the world's general aviation and military aircraft. Boeing supplies two-thirds of the world's commercial airliners.

It was not only aviation that established Wichita as a hotbed of entrepreneurship. Many other Wichita business leaders have made their mark too. W.C. Coleman, a name synonymous worldwide with camping and outdoor recreational equipment, produced his first Coleman lantern in Wichita in 1914.

About the same time, another innovative business leader, A.A. Hyde, invented a product that was to become a household word... mentholatum. Later, two enterprising Wichitans launched White Castle hamburgers here.

Koch Industries, the second largest privately held company in the U.S., is another homegrown success story. Originally established as the Wood River Oil and Refining Company in 1940, Koch Industries has become one of the most diverse firms in the nation. Koch operations include refined products, chemicals, crude oil services, gas liquids, energy services, chemical technology, minerals services, agriculture and capital services.

In 1958, Frank and Dan Carney borrowed $600 from their mother and established their first Pizza Hut in Wichita in a small red-bricked building. This original Pizza Hut now resides on the campus of Wichita State University as testimony to the possibilities of vision, hard work and the spirit of entrepreneurship.

A sampling of other well-known national and international companies with roots in Wichita include: Candlewood Inn, Cox Communications, Hyperion Communications, Pioneer Balloon, Rent-A-Center, Ryan Aviation, Sheplers Western Wear Store, and The Residence Inn.

Obviously, Wichita has come a long way since its beginnings as a trading post and cowtown. Right now, Wichita is a booming city with one of the best economies in the nation...a solid, diverse economy with business interests that span the globe. Good jobs and good salaries, below national average costs, short commute times and burgeoning arts and attractions have also developed in conjunction with this solid, Midwest spirit of hard work and vision... a pioneer spirit all dressed up in high tech fashion.

But, it's the original foundation as a center for commerce that has been the one constant ensuring Wichita’s progress through good times and bad. It's a legacy of commerce that will continue to keep Wichita prosperous as we charge ahead in this 21st century. 

(Source –wichitachamber.org)

Population
385577
Established Date
1870
Distance from Hutchinson
51.81

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