Private & Co-Working Space Inside The Historic Fire Station #2 In Downtown Wichita
Downtown Wichita Fire Station Opening As FireWorx Office & Co-Working Space In 2019
Wichita Fire Station #2, built in 1930 at Topeka and Lewis will open in late 2019 as FireWorx with office space pptions from large private spaces to flexible shared space memberships.
Call 316.269.6998 for leasing information and to schedule a tour.
Full Service Lease Rates
24-Hour Electronic Access Control
24-Hour Video Security
Ample Private Parking
Door-Side Guest Parking
1 Block From Kellogg/54/400
Private Outdoor Patio
Short Term Leases Available
Conference Rooms As Available
Private Office Space
The layout will feature seven private office spaces for lease varying from just under 500 sf to nearly 1,900 sf. The spaces feature unique architectural elements and will be leased at Full Service rates.
Coffee Shop/Restaurant Space
The space formerly used as the Fire Chief’s Office provides a perfect space of nearly 500 sf for a coffee shop or restaurant to with the ability to serve both the tenants inside the building and offer a public entrance. The space has a dedicated bathroom as well as existing plumbing in the dining area and small food/beverage prep area. There is an opportunity for exterior signage for this space.
The co-working space in the former Fire Engine bays will offer up to 12 tenants the opportunity to office in dedicated semi-private offices and share centrally located conference rooms featuring the original fire station roll-up doors.
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