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520Commerce Live / Create

Provenance: 

 

Factory Row - These vintage warehouses were the center of Wichita's broom-corn industry. 

 

Commerce Arts & Design District - Now an incredible mix of industrial, artisans, studios, galleries, shops, offices & residential enhance the vibe of the rapidly emerging urban core lifestyle.

 

Adaptive Re-use: 

 

520Commerce - emerges as a cool mix of light-filled 1-2 bedroom lofts, brownstones, studios and makerspaces. Residents will enjoy Ikea appliances and fixtures, stainless steel countertops, innovative designs, and storage. Off street parking, onsite bike and scooter storage.  

Artists - Proudly featuring Tanu native weavings, Fisch Haus custom lighting displays and Megan Design interior craft.  Contact us to feature your creations.

Tenant Partners -

Commerce MakerSpace - craft and community oriented

Commerce CoWorking - 5 dock level offices

Vanya Designs - original wedding dress designs

 

Live | Work | Create.  Contact here or call Kim @ 316.361.6530

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Browse the selection of light-filled lofts, brownstones and studio rentals that suit your needs.  Residents enjoy free off-street parking, IKEA kitchen appliances, dual ceiling fans, high ceilings, exposed brick, tile showers, locally custom crafted cabinets, stainless steel countertops, bike storage, laundry (larger units with W/D). Available artist studio, and storage cage rentals.  See more detail here...

 

Upper Level - Extra large windows bring in tons of natural light, perfect for artists and creatives.  Inner units are two-story with unique loft bedroom with city views.  Very cool.

 

Contact: Kim Lewis for loft leasing 316-361-6530 

Click Here or 316-636-9339 Cedar Mills Property Mgmt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Level - Lofts and commercial space for creative/co-working office tenant, 800'+ sqft cafe or coop or provisions and 800'+ sqft gallery space off the dock. Patio seating on the wide dock. Branding and signage for Cafe/Gallery available. Additional 2500'+ sqft available for creative space.  All open and build-to-suit.

 

Contact Bree Maybee @ Weigand for commercial space leasing.  Email: and Phone 316-516-7417 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lower Level - Walkout lofts with private gardens.  Brick and timber, lots of light!  Very nice!

 

Also the ICT "Institute" (Institute of Critical Tinkering) in the larger concrete floor createspace.  Large artist sink, restroom, storage cages and two community laundries.

Upper Floor  - Apr
First Floor Labeled - Apr
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Feature Artists - 

TanuArt featuring a large commissioned piece in the lobby made from native hemp and recently featured in Luxe magazine as seen here.  

See Final Friday art community host video here.  Link

Commerce Arts District Parking    Cost – $950,000

In December 2014, the City Council approved the overall concept design for the Commerce Arts District, including arts and aesthetic improvements and also the proposed streetscape improvements to Commerce and St. Francis Streets south of Waterman. The first phase will design and construct additional public parking between the railroad and the east façade of the buildings along Commerce Street. The new public parking and access drive will provide much needed circulation improvements and add additional parking for the district. Also initiated was the final design of the Commerce and St. Francis streetscape improvements –the City will have construction documents ready to implement that project when funding becomes available in the future.

St. Francis and Commerce Street Improvements   Cost – N/A

Proposed streetscape improvements include upgrading utility and drainage infrastructure, refurbishing the existing brick streets and the further definition of parking and drive lanes, all while still preserving the character of the Commerce Street Arts District. Recommended design solutions also include a gathering space located just north of Kellogg between Commerce and St. Francis which will link the two streets and provide new amenities such as trees, lighting and urban art.