Wichita continues to decline in economic vitality, compared to other areas.
Posts tagged as “Downtown Wichita revitalization”
Articles about the redevelopment of downtown Wichita and its impact on the economic freedom of Wichitans.
As in years past, a truthful accounting of the finances of Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita shows a large loss.
As Project Wichita gets ready to gather information and set goals, let's be aware that we've done this before, and not long ago.
We can understand self-serving politicians and bureaucrats. It's what they do. But a city's newspaper editorial board ought to be concerned with the truth.
The Wichita City Council authorized the spending of a lot of money without discussion.
An important detail regarding Naftzger Park in downtown Wichita is unsettled, and Wichitans have reason to be wary.
Wichita leaders are proud of our region's economic growth. Here are the numbers.
In Community Improvement Districts (CID), merchants charge additional sales tax for the benefit of the property owners, instead of the general public. Wichita may have an additional three, contributing to the problem of CID sprawl.
The city has finalized a proposal for a development near Naftzger Park. It includes a few new and creative provisions.
Reminds me of the Wichita flag Wichita Eagle Opinion Line, December 5, 2017: “So Wichita wants to put its flag on license plates. I hope…
Wichita economic development officials use a circuitous method of estimating the population of downtown Wichita, producing a number much higher than Census Bureau estimates.
The new State of Downtown Wichita report for 2017 is missing something. What is it, and why is it missing?
Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks discuss some statistics regarding downtown Wichita and then the Kansas school finance court decision.
A letter writer tells Wichitans that "We have an opportunity to show the country the future of Wichita is youthful and bright, and its growing from the core out."
Charts and tables of investment in Downtown Wichita.
By the measure of jobs used by the City of Wichita, downtown jobs declined in 2015.
Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks continue discussing Century II, Wichita's convention and performing arts center. But first, some unfortunate economic news for Wichita. Episode 166, broadcast September 24, 2017.
The report produced for the City of Wichita on Century II has a disclaimer that absolves pretty much everyone from any accountability.