Four new leases that total 11,195 square feet mean that the center at 3460 N. Ridge Road is now fully leased. “We continue to see robust demand for space in the Ridge Road corridor from 21st Street to K-96,” says Dan Unruh of InSite Real Estate Group. “Much of that is spurred by new developments in the area.” Unruh handled the deals on behalf of the landlord, H&S Home Center LLC. The center “kind of evolved from what was originally the Hearth and Home building,” Unruh says.
Wichita’s second Petland store is going to open next month on the west side. Franchisee Rebecca Hertel is opening the store. A different franchisee has the Petland at One Kellogg Place. The new Petland will be in 4,200 square feet at the Fox Ridge Plaza at 3520 N. Maize Road. “I wanted to be in a growing marketplace,” Hertel says. “I wanted to work with a landlord that wanted to work with me.
The new Athleta store at Bradley Fair will open its doors on Monday and have a grand opening on Sept. 28. The athletic-wear chain, which the Gap owns, is opening in almost 3,000 square feet on the north end of the same building where the Gap is located. The 12,000-square-foot building is between Pottery Barn and Chico’s. “Gap opened at Bradley Fair in 1994 and has continued to evolve the store with new concepts,” says Amy Liebau, spokeswoman for Bradley Fair developer Laham Development.
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Selecting a term
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