12 - December 2019

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Construction is wrapping up on the new Kwik Shop and Taco John’s at Kellogg and West. The Taco John’s will be inside the Kwik Shop, but will have a full menu with inside seating and even a drive through. The site formerly held Willie C’s and Rowdy Beaver. The convenience shop and restaurant should be ready to open sometime in January.

EPC Real Estate Group announced changes to the Delano catalyst site. The group plans for the multi-use development south of the Advanced Learning Library to be larger than originally announced. The building may be up to 40,000 square feet. Additionally, another mixed-use building will be built at Sycamore and McLean, just east of the library. Construction is underway at the catalyst site, with the 200-unit apartment development 225 Sycamore expected to be completed by June 2021.

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Newton Medical Center is opening a new walk-in health clinic in January. The clinic will be located at 61st Street and Hydraulic in Park City. The building was formerly home to Park City Family Medicine. The facility will offer non-emergency care and is meant to be an option for injuries and illnesses that need after-hours care without needing to go to a hospital.

The former McAlister’s Deli space on the east side has a new tenant after about two years. Ninza Sushi moved into the space at 306 N. Rock Road, near Fuzzy’s Tacos. The restaurant is the second Ninza and third sushi restaurant for the owners. The couple owns Ninza Sushi at 13th and Tyler, as well as Blue Fin in Old Town. The couple took over operations of Blue Fin in April and plan to rename it is Ninza Sushi as well.

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Meritrust Credit Union is replacing one of its east-side branches with a brand new one. Construction has started on a new building at 13th and Woodlawn. The new branch will replace the location at 21st and Rock. The project is expected to be around $2.2 million. The credit union has been making efforts to expand its services and provide customers with more convenient, digital solutions.

A new bakery is open at Maple and Ridge. Weirdough Bakery took over the space that held Smallcakes Cupcakery. Owner Erica Fowler was previously the head baker at Headshots Bar & Grill before deciding to open her own bakery. The shop will serve breads, pies and cakes, as well as chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon rolls made from her grandmother’s recipe.

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The city approved $35.5 million in public assistance for the newKansasHealthScience Center. The entire project is expected to be $90 million and will bring a new school of osteopathic medicine to downtown Wichita. The city has also agreed to lease the city’s Market Street Garage to the school. The lease includes an option to buy the parking garage after the school opens in 2022. The KHSC is being built in the former Finney State Office Building at 130 S. Market, and may also include a culinary arts school.

Urban Routine facial bar downtown is expanded its business. The business rebranded to be Urban Routine Wellness and moved spaces inside Eaton Place. The expanded concept offers more services, including manicures, pedicures and massages. The 3,000-square-foot space also features a fitness center with classes in yoga and strength training.

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