Patrick Ahern, a broker with NAI Martens, Chad Stafford, President of Occidental Management and Gary Obornry, Owner of Occidental Management, left to right, stand in front of Union Station. Occidental Management closed on Union Station Friday and hopes to fill it with restaurants, bars and offices. (Feb. 1, 2013)
Patrick Ahern, a broker with NAI Martens, Chad Stafford, President of Occidental Management and Gary Obornry, Owner of Occidental Management, left to right, stand in front of Union Station. Occidental Management closed on Union Station Friday and hopes to fill it with restaurants, bars and offices. (Feb. 1, 2013) The Wichita Eagle
Patrick Ahern, a broker with NAI Martens, Chad Stafford, President of Occidental Management and Gary Obornry, Owner of Occidental Management, left to right, stand in front of Union Station. Occidental Management closed on Union Station Friday and hopes to fill it with restaurants, bars and offices. (Feb. 1, 2013) The Wichita Eagle

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