Boost Mobile and Big E's Vapor Shop to open in center on South Seneca
02/25/2014 3:20 PM
08/08/2014 4:51 PM
WICHITA — The building that Aisak Corp. recently purchased at 3122 S. Seneca has a couple of new tenants that will be opening in the next week or two.
Boost Mobile is taking about 1,200 square feet for its fifth Wichita store.
"We don't have anything in the South Seneca area," co-owner Shumair Tanjwani says.
In addition to a lot of traffic in the area, Tanjwani says a lot of other mobile phone dealers are nearby.
"That's why I decided to go there," he says. "We kind of work off each other. It's kind of like a mall. People go to one stop to shop for certain things."
Traffic count also is what's driving the owners of Big E's Vapor Shop to open in about 1,700 square feet at the center.
"The traffic count is crazy high in that area," says Sherri Hischke, who owns the business with Eldon Simmons and Dixie Zellner.
They also have stores near Lincoln and Rock Road and 21st and Tyler.
The stores sell vapor equipment, juice and cigarettes.
All Family Insurance is the only tenant currently in the South Seneca building. There’s still space left to lease there.
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