The rezone was needed to allow the innovative part of the Innovative Campus, private-sector business buildings that will collaborate with the university in on-site research and commercial activity.
The rezone was needed to allow the innovative part of the Innovative Campus, private-sector business buildings that will collaborate with the university in on-site research and commercial activity. File illustration
The rezone was needed to allow the innovative part of the Innovative Campus, private-sector business buildings that will collaborate with the university in on-site research and commercial activity. File illustration

Sedgwick County commissioners approve rezoning plan for Wichita State’s Innovation Campus

April 15, 2015 10:03 AM