Intrust Bank Enters Next Phase of Downtown Headquarters Renovation
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Intrust Bank has been a long-time fixture in downtown Wichita. And bank leaders want to ensure the organization remains a key piece of the city center for years to come.
Now, Intrust Bank is in the midst of another phase of a multi-million dollar capital investment to breathe new life into its facilities in downtown Wichita.
The Law Co. Inc. has pulled a commercial building permit valued at nearly $1.4 million for an alteration at 100 N. Main.
Bank officials say the project is expected to be finished by year’s end. Outside of that, few specifics are being offered about the extent of the work.
“We are continuing to make improvements in our downtown facilities for both clients and employees, and in turn, investing in the core of our community,” says Diane Iseman, a company spokeswoman.
The site is across Main Street from Intrust’s downtown branch and administrative headquarters at 105 N. Main and houses the bank’s wealth and retirement services, among others.
The fourth floor of 100 N. Main building was remodeled and updated last year to better accommodate employees.
Already, Intrust has undertaken a $2 million renovation of the 105 N. Main building’s second floor. Law was the general contractor for that project as well.
Another sizable project to refurbish the basement in that building was completed in 2011. That project was valued at $400,000.
Josh Heck, Reporter Wichita Business Journal