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Wichita Habitat for Humanity moving to Inter-Faith Ministries building

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  • Published Thursday, May 16, 2013, at 11:17 a.m.
  • Updated Thursday, May 16, 2013, at 11:46 a.m.

WICHITA — Wichita Habitat for Humanity is getting a new habitat of its own.

The nonprofit is moving into the building that Inter-Faith Ministries owns at 829 N. Market.

"We'll be in business there on July 1," says Habitat executive director Ann Fox.

"We'll have our own entrance," she says.

Habitat's address will be 130 E. Murdock since its entrance is on that street.

"That's important to us that we have our own identity in that building," Fox says.

She also likes that it's close to residential areas.

"So it's more comfortable and accessible for families that we serve."

Currently, Habitat is at 420 E. English just east of Intrust Bank Arena. Habitat's lease is up.

Fox says that building has been great, but she says, "As a conscientious not-for-profit, you always look for what is out there."

The Inter-Faith lease is at a good price, Fox says.

"That becomes a nice benefit for us," she says. "This is a very economic decision for us."

At the new space, Habitat will have 2,200 square feet for its offices and another 2,200 square feet of common area that it will share with other tenants.

Carl Hebert of InSite Real Estate Group handled the deal.

"He is just incredible," Fox says. She says Hebert "made our decision making easy."

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