Category Archives: Wyn-Wood

Keller Williams Hometown Partners broker takes over sale of commercial lots in Maize’s Wyn-Wood development

WICHITA — With the economy looking up, there’s going to be a renewed effort to sell the last 12 commercial lots at the Wyn-Wood development at 37th North and Maize Road in Maize.

“We’ve had interest, and we need somebody to harness it, go after it and get something built,” says LewJene Schneider, who started the development with her sister and brother-in-law, Leslye and Gerald Woodard.

That somebody is Thomas Lassley of Keller Williams Hometown Partners.

Lassley recently sold two lots at Wyn-Wood to the Assemblies of God Kansas District Council on behalf of Curt McNay of Caber Associates Architects and Caber Construction.

Lassley says McNay approached Schneider and the Woodards about using Lassley to “see if we can get these lots sold for you.”

“Curt’s a big help,” Lassley says. “He gets a lot of calls from people wanting to build out there.”

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Assemblies of God Kansas District Council to build new headquarters in Maize

WICHITA — The Assemblies of God Kansas District Council is building new headquarters in Maize.

“We’re excited to have them,” says LewJene Schneider, whose family is the developer of the Wyn-Wood commercial addition at 37th and Maize Road.

The new headquarters will locate east of the Wichita State University west campus.

“It’s another stepping stone towards the Wyn-Wood addition … filling up,” says Curt McNay of Caber Associates Architects and Caber Construction.

He’s the architect and contractor on the project. Michael Cathcart of Cathcart Architects is the design architect.

McNay says the building will be almost 9,000 square feet and will house the main support office for all Assemblies of God churches in the state.

The headquarters currently is near 21st and Rock Road in leased space.

“I just think they want their own building,” McNay says.

Thomas Lassley of Keller Williams Hometown Partners and Leanne Barney of Golden Realtors handled the transaction.

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