InterContinental Hotels Group is opening one of its Avid Hotels at Kellogg and Towne East Mall Drive. IHG will break ground early next year, and the 79-room hotel should open in the first quarter of 2020.
The potential sale of Crestview Country Club is off. In May, Have You Heard? reported that Crestview's owner, Newport Beach, Ca.-based Concert Golf Partners, was in discussions with Dallas-based ClubCorp to sell 16 of its clubs.
Love My Nurse Home Health owner Seth Armstrong says he's had a great landlord at 2020 N. Webb, but has purchased the 4,000-square-foot former Professional Home Buyers building at 1634 E. Central, which is just west of Hydraulic.
Tony Javier is moving his Professional Home Buyers to the former Davis-Moore Mazda building at 5025 E. Kellogg. The business — which flips houses, has a rent-to-own department and also manages properties — is in 4,000 square feet.
A new salon is opening in the former Kissy Nails space at Zelman Lofts at the northeast corner of Douglas and St. Francis. Lauren Blann had hoped to open her B Beauty & Co. at Revolutsia, the new shipping container development at Central and Volutsia but chose downtown instead.
Spirit AeroSystems' two biggest unions in Wichita, the Machinists and SPEEA, say their members have been working "excessive overtime" as the supplier to Boeing adjusts to higher monthly production rates on its most popular aircraft.
When Jon and Ivy Jones opened their second Verita Coffee in Clifton Square in December, it was to bolster coffee sales of their first store, in the Westlink shopping in 2015. The strategy did not work. Both Veritas closed as of Saturday.