Viega to leave Epic Center for sixth floor of Bank of America Center
07/09/2014 5:00 AM
07/09/2014 5:29 AM
WICHITA — The Epic Center's loss will be the Bank of America Center's gain.
Viega, a plumbing and heating systems manufacturer, is leaving the Epic Center for 32,000 square feet at Phil Ruffin's Bank of America Center at Douglas and Broadway early next year.
"That's a great lease," Ruffin says. "We're very happy to get it."
No one with Viega would comment about the move.
"They're a fine company," Ruffin says. "I like them very much. They're a fast-growing company."
Chris Ruffin, Phil Ruffin's son, and Jon Cyphert of Ruffin Properties handled the deal with Scott Salome of NAI Martens.
"They did a great job," Phil Ruffin says.
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