Oklahoma-based Atwoods plans to open a store in Maize, with construction possibly starting in the spring. Its live chicks area is always popular for shoppers to visit. Carrie Rengers/ The Wichita Eagle
Sudha Tokala, the pharmacist who has been on something of a downtown building buying spree, has purchased another property and is now sharing a small glimpse into her plans for four buildings. Sutton Place at 209 E. William is Tokala’s latest purchase. She also owns the former Henry’s building at 124 S. Broadway, Broadway Plaza at 105 S. Broadway and the former Finney State Office Building, which is two joined buildings at 130 S. Market and 230 E. William. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
American Shaman CBD chain is expanding in Wichita at the same time the Kansas AG has issued an opinion that the stores may be illegal. Mary Ware will be opening a shop near 21st and Rock in the next few months. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Former NFL player Kamerion Wimbley was in Wichita this month to meet with business and community leaders about a new incubator he is creating to help disadvantaged Wichitans start businesses. While here, he toured his former neighborhood. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle
Kevin and Stephanie O’Brien are opening a full service dock and convenience store at Cheney Reservoir. They are installing docks beginning in March and will have their store open and fuel available. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Indiana-based Mainstreet Property Group finished building this rehabilitation facility on North Ridge Road in early 2017, and it's been sitting empty since then. Founder and CEO Zeke Turner says his company had sold the building to a group that then didn't open the facility. Now, Mainstreet has bought back the building and plans to open a rehabilitation and therapy facility this summer. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Wichita businessman Brandon Steven gives us a tour of his new steakhouse, 6s. Steven won’t say how much he spent on the restaurant, but he acknowledges he could have built three restaurants for what he spent.
Chick N Max manager Drew Holstine shows off the first of what likely will be a national chain of the restaurants. The first of three opening in the first half of 2018 is on Hillside just south of Central. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle