Furnished Corporate Housing in Wichita, KS
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Wichita is the largest city in Kansas with a population of around 400,000 people. Located on the Arkansas River in central Kansas, the city is southwest of Kansas City and north of Oklahoma City. It’s a lively city with many cultural influences but retains that small town feel despite its size.
Wichita isn’t a large city and is only the biggest because Kansas City is split in two. However, it has a lot going on and is still influential in the aviation industry. It also has the third largest university in the country, Wichita State University which also exerts a cultural and economic influence over the city.
Corporate rentals in Wichita are made up of furnished apartments and townhomes. All are purpose-built in private developments and include everything you need to begin living right away.
Employment in Wichita
Wichita has always had a strong manufacturing base and that is still true, with around 20% of people employed within manufacturing of some kind. Education, healthcare and aviation all influence the local economy.
McConnell Air Force Base is a major local employer with over 5,000 staff on the payroll.
Major civilian employers in Wichita include Spirit AeroSystems Inc., Textron Aviation, Via Chrisiti Health, Cessna Aircraft Co., Koch Industries, Beechcraft, Bombardier Learjet, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Butler Transport, Chance Morgan, Dean & Deluca, Alternative Energy Solutions, Coleman Company and Air Midwest.
Getting around Wichita
Wichita has its own airport, Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT). It’s just five miles outside the city and handles most domestic carriers.
Getting around by road is easiest. With I-35 and I-135 running into and out of the city and I-235 circling it with local routes handing the rest.
Living in Wichita
Wichita is a sizeable city but not huge. This works in its favor as it’s a friendly place to be with approachable locals and good levels of service. Unemployment is relatively low so there is money being spent and plenty of places to spend it.
Neighborhoods in Wichita include A Price Woodard, Auburn Hills, Benjamin Hills, Brookhollow, Calfskin Group, College Hill, Cottonwood Village, Country Overlook, Courtland, Crestview Heights, Crown Heights North, Crown Heights South, Delano, Delano Township, Downtown, East Front, East Mt. Vernon, Eastridge, El Pueblo, The Elm, Fabrique, Fairfax, Fairmount, Forest Hills, Fox Ridge, Grandview Heights, Hilltop, The Hyde, Indian Hills, Indian Hills Riverbend, Ken-Mar, La Placita Park, Lambsdale, Linwood, Longview, MacDonald, Maple Hills, Matlock Heights, McAdams, McCormick, Mead, Meadowlark, Midtown, Murdock, New Salem, North Riverside, Northeast Central, Northeast Heights, Northeast K-96, Northeast Millair, Northwest Big River, Oakview, Orchard Breeze, Orchard Park, Park Meadows, Planeview United, Pleasant Valley, Power, Riverside, Riverview, Rockhurst, Schweiter, Schweiter East, Sherwood Glen, Sleepy Hollow, South Area, South Central, South City, South Seneca United, Southwest, Southwest Village, Stanley/Aley, Sunflower, Sunnybrook One, Sunnyside, Uptown, Village and Westlin.
Things to see and do in Wichita include Old Town, Museum of World Treasures, The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum, Great Plains Transportation Museum, Exploration Place, Wichita Art Museum, Sedgwick County Zoo, Starlite Drive-In, Woofstock, Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center, INTRUST Bank Arena and Bradley Fair.
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