Company News Partnership with Park City to develop 48-acre ‘downtown’ district named Park Centre.

December 14, 2022

Park City, Kansas (December 14, 2022) — Lange Real Estate is working on a new development in Park City that will combine retail space with multi-family housing to bring additional shopping and residential housing options to the Wichita area.

 

 

Called Park Centre for its central location in Park City, and for its central park that will double as a flexible farm and art market, this sprawling new development was designed in partnership with Confluence architecture to create a downtown district at the intersection of 61st and Hydraulic that attracts both new residents and shoppers.

 

“Our goal was to design a unique space where retail shopping and suburban living could not only coexist, but become a destination with the power to draw people in,” says Rachel Lange-Mills. “This development should bring people together by offering both new suburban housing options for families and retail space for businesses to set up shop locally.”

 

When completed, Park Centre will feature 8 separate apartment buildings with 416 apartment units, a townhome complex with 89 townhome units, and 10 different retail buildings boasting a combined 96,000 square feet of commercial space for lease. Construction on Park Centre is slated to begin in June 2023.

 

“The Wichita metro area continues to grow in all directions, and we’ve especially seen that with Park City, which welcomed a million-square-foot Amazon distribution center last year,” says Mayor John Lehnherr. “That kind of growth brings jobs and opportunity, but it also creates demand for new housing and shopping options like Park Centre.”

 

For questions or additional information about Park Centre or other Lange development projects, contact Stephanie Wiens at stephanie@langere.com

 

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