The new Broadway Autopark Apartments in downtown Wichita is a former parking garage built in 1949. The new living space allows residents to park in a garage space, right outside their apartment. - Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
In some bigger cities, Michael Ramsey’s concept is the stuff of urbanists’ dreams.
Sure, the concept of living in a parking garage has been tested in Atlanta, but no one has completed a retrofit that quite mirrors the scale of Wichita’s Broadway Autopark.
Over the span of the past two years, Ramsey and his Bokeh Development team have converted a neglected downtown parking garage at 303 S. Broadway into 44 high-end apartment units.
The apartments-in-a-garage officially opened on April 1, and about 20 of the units are already leased or pre-leased, according to Brittany Wahlers, assistant property manager at Broadway Autopark.
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