Private & Co-Working Spaces In Historic Fire Station #2 In Downtown Wichita
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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
Fireworx features seven private office spaces for 1-5 people. Each of the spaces feature unique architectural elements and are leased as Full Service. Spaces can be leased month-to-month or on leases up to 3 years for lower rates. (‘Ladder Room’ office shown above.)
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 on Topeka Street for this space.
The co-working space in the former Fire Engine bays offer 12 semi-private suites for teams of up to 4 or combine for more space. We also offer ‘unassigned’ seating areas for those who need a virtual office membership. All can share centrally located conference rooms featuring the original fire station roll-up doors.
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