Michael Williams to move dental practice from 21st and Oliver to Remington Park
05/21/2014 3:04 PM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — The space at the northeast corner of 21st and Oliver has sold, but for a while you'll still see the same man out there mowing the lawn.
He's not the gardener. He's dentist Michael Williams, whose self-named practice has been at the property for three decades.
Last week, Williams closed on a deal to sell two lots he owns at the corner.
"We're leasing our own space," says his wife, Tracy, who also is the practice administrator.
The dental office, which offers full family services including orthodontia, is moving to a former chiropractic space in Remington Park on east 21st Street between Webb Road and Greenwich.
"Oh, we're still on 21st Street," Tracy Williams says she's been assuring customers.
Once their concerns are allayed, she says, "They're excited for us."
Currently, the practice is in 1,900 square feet.
"We're squeezed to the ... max," Tracy Williams says.
Still, she and her husband weren't necessarily looking to move.
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