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  • Inside Wichita: Living in luxury in downtown Wichita

    Correction: In an earlier version of this video, Joanna Price of The Douglas Apartments, identified a bank as a new "tentative tenant" of a former bank space in the building. Anya Clifford, community manager of the building, said that information is inaccurate. The video has been edited to remove that statement. *** The Douglas Apartments assistant manager Joanna Price gives a tour of the new luxury apartments that opened earlier this year at 200 E. Douglas. They are built where the old Fourth National Bank existed. (Fernando Salazar / The Wichita Eagle)

Inside Wichita: Living in luxury in downtown Wichita

Correction: In an earlier version of this video, Joanna Price of The Douglas Apartments, identified a bank as a new "tentative tenant" of a former bank space in the building. Anya Clifford, community manager of the building, said that information is inaccurate. The video has been edited to remove that statement. *** The Douglas Apartments assistant manager Joanna Price gives a tour of the new luxury apartments that opened earlier this year at 200 E. Douglas. They are built where the old Fourth National Bank existed. (Fernando Salazar / The Wichita Eagle)
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