WICHITA — Developer Robert Eyster has purchased another downtown building.
Michael Ramsey, who is working with Eyster on several downtown projects, says Eyster has acquired the more than 20,000-square-foot, two-story building at 100 S. Market.
“It’s not a very exciting building — yet,” Ramsey says.
This follows Eyster’s purchase of the Board of Trade building at 120 S. Market earlier this summer along with Kelly Donham’s former property on Douglas Avenue between Main and Market streets that became known for a giant hole in the ground.
Ramsey says the building at 100 S. Market is “an integral part of the trifecta of the old Donham property and the Board of Trade.”
“Now that we’ve secured all three of the key players in the plan, we can go forth with what the next step is.”
Except they’re not revealing that next step yet.
Ramsey says he’ll share news in a month or so.
“It holds enormous promise,” Ramsey says.