Webb Rd & 40th St N, SW/c

Wichita, KS 67226

  • For Lease
  • Commercial
  • Industrial

Property Remarks

  • New planned warehouse facility to be constructed near Webb and 40th Street North.
  • 1.5 miles north of Highway K-96.
  • 2.5 miles south of Highway K-254.
  • Area neighbors include Westar Energy, National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT), and Jabara Airport.

Property Details

Site Name
Planned Warehouse Construction
Lease Rate Per Sq Ft
$5.50
Listing Type
Lease
Min Available Sq Ft
30,000
Available Sq Ft
138,000
Lease Type
NNN
Ceiling Height
30'
Construction
Concrete tilt-up
Zoning
Limited Industrial

Location

County
Sedgwick
City
Wichita
State
KS
Zip Code
67226
Location Description
Located on the east side of Toben in between 39th St. and 40th St. just west of Webb Rd.

Presented By:

Bradley Tidemann

Sales Associate
Commercial
316.292.3947

Exterior

Parking
Off Street
Roof
Standing seam metal roof

Bel Aire

BEL AIRE SCHOOLS

Bel Aire is served by USD 259 and USD 375 public schools as well as two private schools

 

BEL AIRE LIFESTYLE

When the work day ends, Bel Aire's greatest advantage shines. Located minutes away from Kansas' dining, shopping, and entertainment capital, Bel Aire enjoys the metropolitan advantage while preserving the values of small town community. Bel Aire offers a safe, friendly environment for employees and their families. From great local schools and recreation to active senior groups, Bel Aire has something for every age and interest.

Bel Aire is proud that the City of Bel Aire was ranked as the #3 safest town in Kansas by Safewise.  http://www.safewise.com/blog/30-safest-cities-kansas/

Bel Aire’s City Hall building, built in 2004, is located on East Central Park Avenue. City Hall is the first section of a wider vision that includes a town center, residential housing  and government complex. City Hall is home to many city departments and serves as the primary point of contact between citizens and City Staff. Offices located in City Hall include Bel Aire Police Department,Utility BillingMunicipal Court, the Bel Aire Senior CenterBuilding & ZoningFinance and Administration including the Mayor, City CouncilCity Manager and City Clerk.

Bel Aire Area Chamber of Commerce was formed in 2008 to promote local business interests and civic engagement with the greater community. A small, dedicated membership base has worked hard to build and strengthen the organization. The all-volunteer Board of Directors is dedicated to the success of this organization and is committed to pursuing membership growth.

Bel Aire Lions Club is one of Bel Aire’s civic organizations that are involved in many aspects of the community. 

(Source –City of Bel Aire Website)

 

BEL AIRE TRANSPORATION

Over 90% of Bel Aire residents report commutes of 30 minutes or less.

(Source –City of Bel Aire Website)

 

BEL AIRE LOCAL ATTRACTIONS/ACTIVITIES

Bel Aire Recreation Center offers a wide range of programs for all ages, including youth sports leagues, exercise and gym facilities and a broad range of group activities and classes.

Bel Aire boasts two active Senior organizations that cater to community members over age 55.

Bel Aire maintains 5 public parks on which include two lakes and several playgrounds.

Bel Aire is a proud community that is engaging citizens within many fun, family orientated events:  . 

  • Bel Aire Fall Festival and Annual Talent Contest in October:   

Activities for the Fall Festival include a Car Show, an Ice Cream Social, food vendors, and many kid's activities, disc golf activities and prizes.  A Bouncy House will also be available for the kids. . A live Band will also perform for the Fall Festival.

Talent Show is open to anyone with talent and contestants do not need to be a Bel Aire resident.  Many great prizes are given away including cash prizes for the top 5 contestants. Grand prize winner will receive $150.00 cash and a FREE limo ride. The talent show is open to all ages! 

  • Annual Hot Dawg's Pool Party!

FREE Door Prizes and more Prizes for 5 dog competitions, including smallest dog, largest dog, hairiest dog, best trickster dog and best dressed dog! Come Hungry! 2 Food vendors will serve food, beverages and more! Last year, over 300 people attended and 125 dogs! We are thrilled to bring this event back in your backyard here in our Community Pool!

  • Spring Festival & Easter Egg Hunt 
  • Movies on the Lawn

(Source –City of Bel Aire Website)

BEL AIRE HISTORY

Bel Aire is one of the newest cities in Kansas. Formed as an Improvement District of Sedgwick County in 1955, Bel Aire began as a collection of sub-divisions. The Pearson and Arthur Heights Additions were the first incorporated into the improvement district followed by Bel Aire Village and Bel Aire Heights in the 1970’s. Growth of Bel Aire has always been driven by a sense of community and independence.

Bel Aire was incorporated as a city on November 26, 1980 following a Kansas Supreme Court decision. The seal of the City exemplifies the sense of community, stating the City was, “Established by the Will of Its Citizens.” Growth through Bel Aire’s early stages remained constant as additional residential housing and businesses located to the city. Bel Aire added nearly 100 homes per year through the 1990’s, moving from a starting population of 100 in 1955 to over 6,700 current residents.

Expansion continues today as new residential homes and businesses continue to locate in Bel Aire. Despite the high number of new residents moving to the city, a strong sense of community and common purpose still resonates within Bel Aire. Our motto, “City of the Future with Respect for Its Past” rings true today.

 

(Source –City of Bel Aire Website)

 

Population
6838
Established Date
1980
Distance from Wichita
9.55
Distance from Hutchinson
49.17
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