Commercial real estate development and management firm Occidental Management disclosed Wednesday afternoon that it purchased the 650,000-square-foot Overland Park International Trade Center, just north of Sprint’s world headquarters in Overland Park.
This weekends Spring Parade of Homes will have extra significance for one of the participating homebuilders.
Wichita area home sales were down for the third month in a row in 2014, but local real estate executives think the weather was to blame. They expect a significant upturn in sales in the second quarter.
Mike Grbic said he wasn’t serving his agents or customers as he should.
Kristin Stang said the wake-up call for her financial well-being came in the fall of 2009, when she was laid off from her “dream job” at a Houston architecture firm.
For Bel Aire, necessity truly is the mother of invention.
Attorney Abdul Arif and two partners say they have reached agreement to take ownership of most of Sutton Place from the two troubled Minnesota-based developers behind Real Development and their bank.
The old Macy’s parking garage at 215 S. Market will get a facelift before it reopens for parking around the first of the year.
A visit by the president of Chicago-based Commercial Certified Investment Member Institute is among the events planned for Commercial Real Estate Week in Wichita.
Home sales in the Wichita area declined for the second consecutive month, according the South Central Kansas Multiple Listing Service’s sales report for February.
John McKenzie has set a growth plan for his real estate company that he hopes to achieve through mergers and acquisitions.
Property owners who want to rezone two homes at 21st and Oliver for commercial development are suing to overturn Wichita City Council’s rejection of their request.
Michael C. Weigand, senior vice president of Wichita real estate company J.P. Weigand & Sons and longtime real estate professional, died Friday evening after suffering from failing health, a colleague said. He was 81.
After more than five years of planning, developers Paul Cavanaugh and Terrie Grillot are working on the first phase of Tierra Verde, a 77-acre, mixed-use development at 47th and North Webb Road in Bel Aire.
The commercial real estate market in Wichita will see continuing improvement in 2014, but no big upswings in activity are expected.
HGTV and websites such as Houzz.com are taking a lot of the guesswork out of features to include or to skip when building homes, area builders said.
Total home sales in the Wichita area fell in January, according to a South Central Kansas Multiple Listing Service’s report released Thursday.
Park City has taken a big financial hit since a developer stopped paying specials on two subdivisions – and it’s taking dramatic action to sell those lots.
Last year was a good year for home sales in the Wichita area and across Kansas.