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Current CID Projects

  • Multi-Sport Stadium

    ​The City Council approved the Multi-Sport CID on January 7, 2020 to provide a portin of the financing for a multi-sport stadium hosting the MLB AAA Wind Surge.  Funds will also be used for infrastructure improvements. The 2% sales tax will be used first to provide upt to $13,000,000 in bond financing for the stadium and any additional revenue distributed on a pay-as-you-go basis for up to 22 years.

    Established: 2020

    Tax: 2.00%

    Location: Douglas & Sycamore

    Use: Construction of a multi-sport stadium and surrounding infrastructure

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: April 2020

    Expiration: April 2022

    Maximum Reimbursement: $13,000,000 bonds/remaining pay-as-you-go

  • Douglas & Emporia

    The City Council approved the Douglas and Emporia CID on November 13, 2018 to facilitate the redevelopment a vacant lot and building along the Douglas corridor, as well as continue the redevelopment of downtown Wichita. The 2% sales tax will be distributed on a pay-as-you-go basis for up to 22 years or until a maximum of $2,207,000 is collected.

    Established: 2018

    Tax: 2.00%

    Location: Douglas & Emporia

    Use: Redevelopment a vacant lot and building along the Douglas corridor

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: 21-Jan

    Expiration: Not Active

    Maximum Reimbursement: $2,207,000

  • Spaghetti Works

    The City Council approved the Spaghetti Works CID on January 9, 2018 to facilitate the redevelopment of the existing building into 41 apartments and construction of a new 37,000 square foot commercial building on the Douglas facing parcel, adjacent to Naftzger Park. The 2% sales tax will be distributed on a pay-as-you-go basis for up to 22 years or until a maximum of $3,118,504 is collected.

    Established: 2018

    Tax: 2.00%

    Location: East Douglas and South Saint Francis Avenues

    Use: Redevelopment of the existing building

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: Apr-20

    Expiration: Apr-42

    Maximum Reimbursement: $3,118,504

  • Chicken N' Pickle

    The City Council approved the Chicken N' Pickle CID on January 9, 2018 to facilitate the construction of the Chicken N' Pickle restaurant including a rooftop bar, indoor and outdoor pickle ball courts and outdoor space for lawn games. The 1.5% sales tax will be distributed on a pay-as-you-go basis for up to 15 years or until a maximum of $2,300,000 is collected.

    Established: 2018

    Tax: 1.50%

    Location: 13th Street and Greenwich

    Use: Facilitate the construction of the restaurant including a rooftop bar, indoor and outdoor pickle ball courts and outdoor space for lawn games

    Term: 15 years

    Active Date of Tax: January, 2019

    Expiration: January, 2034

    Maximum Reimbursement: $2,300,000

  • Delano Catalyst

    The City Council approved the Delano Catalyst CID on December 12, 2017 to facilitate the development of vacant land north of Douglas, between the Advanced Learning Library and the River Vista Project. This will include a mixed use development, high density, architecture that fits the neigborhood and incorporation of green space with a multi-modal bike/pedestrian path. Construction will consist of a 180 unit apartment and 3 star hotel with at least 80 rooms. 2% CID fo up to 22 years, up to maximum reinbursment of $3,000,000

    Established: 2018

    Tax: 2.00%

    Location: North of Douglas, between the Advanced Learning Library and the River Vista Project

    Use: The development of vacant land north of Douglas, south of the Advanced Learning Library.

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: October - 20

    Expiration: Not Active

    Maximum Reimbursement: $3,000,000

  • Hilton Garden Inn

    The City Council approved the Hilton Garden Inn CID on August 16, 2016 to facilitate the revitalization of a vacant building along the Douglas corridor and continue the development of Downtown Wichita. This includes the Hilton Garden Inn with at least 120 rooms,6,000 square feet of commercial space on the first floor and a rooftop bar on the newly constructed building. The 1.5% sales tax will be distributed on a pay-as-you-go basis for up to 10 years or until a maximum of $930,000 is collected.

    Established: 2016

    Tax: 1.50%

    Location: Southeast corner Douglas and Topeka

    Use: Facilitate the revitalization of a vacant building along the Douglas corridor and continue the development of Downtown Wichita.

    Term: 10 years

    Active Date of Tax: January, 2018

    Expiration: January 2028

    Maximum Reimbursement: $930,000

  • WaterWalk Hotel (Fairfield Inn)​​​​​​​​​​​

    The City Council approved the WaterWalk Hotel CID on August 10, 2010 to facilitate the construction of a Fairfield Inn and Suites Hotel within the WaterWalk District. The 2% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs of constructing the hotel. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $9,600,000 is collected. The hotel opened in July of 2011.

    Established: 2010

    Tax: 2%

    Location: Northwest corner of Main and Dewey, in WaterWalk

    Use: Construction of new Fairfield Inn and Suites

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: July 2011

    Expiration: July 2033

    Maximum Reimbursement: $9,600,000​​

  • Maize​​ 54

    The City Council approved the Maize 54 CID on September 21, 2010 to facilitate the land acquisition, infrastructure improvements and other eligible costs related to the development of the Bowllagio entertainment center. The Bowllagio is planned to be a family entertainment center including shops, restaurants and a state of the art bowling and training center. The 2% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs associated with the development. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $75,000,000 is collected.

    Established: 2010

    Tax: 2%

    Location: Northeast corner of the intersection of Kellogg Drive and Maize Road

    Use: Land acquisition and infrastructure improvements associated with the Bowllagio entertainment center

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: Not active

    Expiration: Not active

    Maximum Reimbursement: $75,000,000

  • Kellogg & West

    The City Council approved the Kellogg and West CID on September 15, 2015 to facilitate the improvements to the areas around the Kellogg and West intersection. The district was expanded in 2017 to include addtional property. Improvements include demolition and/or rehabilitation of existing structures as well as site improvements, landscaping and public infrastructure improvements. The 1% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs of land and construction. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $13,865,163 is collected.

    Established: 2015

    Tax: 1%

    Location: North of Kellogg, east and west of West Street

    Use: Land acquisition, infrastructure, demolition and construction of buildings within district

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: January 2016

    Expiration: January 2038

    Maximum Reimbursement: $13,865,164

  • K-96 ST​AR

    The City Council approved the K-96 STAR Bond CID on November 19, 2013 to facilitate the construction of the interchange improvement at K-96 and Greenwich. The CID will pay for a portion of the overall costs to construct a full interchange at K-96 and Greenwich Road. The interchange will support the development of the K-96 STAR Bond District, which includes the GoodSports Fieldhouse, a major multi-sport athletic complex, as well as retail development.

    Established: 2013

    Tax: 1%

    Location: Southeast corner of Highway K-96 and Greenwich Road

    Use: Construction of an interchange at K-96 and Greenwich Road

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: October 2015

    Expiration: October 2036

    Maximum Reimbursement: $8,000,000

  • K-96 & ​Greenwich

    The City Council approved the Greenwich & K-96 CID on March 8, 2011 to facilitate the construction of infrastructure, site improvements, parking and landscaping costs associated with the construction of a Cabela's store. 1% of the additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the costs associated with the Cabela's site while the additional .2% sales tax is intended to contribute to a cost of a possible interchange improvement at K-96 and Greenwich. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $17,198,360 is collected. Cabela's opened in the spring of 2012.

    Established: 2011

    Tax: 1.20%

    Location: Southwest corner of Highway K-96 and Greenwich Road, in the Regency Lakes Shopping Center

    Use: Parking and site improvements related to construction of Cabela's and possible construction of an interchange at K-96

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: July 2012

    Expiration: July 2034

    Maximum Reimbursement: $17,198,360

  • Douglas & Broadw​ay

    The City Council approved the Douglas and Broadway CID on September 27, 2011 to facilitate the renovation of the historic Douglas Building into a 117 room boutique hotel. The 2% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs of renovating the building and converting it into a hotel. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $2,560,000 is collected. The Ambassador Hotel opened in December 2012.

    Established: 2011

    Tax: 2%

    Location: Southeast corner of Douglas and Broadway

    Use: Renovation of the former Union National Bank building into an Ambassador Hotel

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: January 2013

    Expiration: January 2035

    Maximum Reimbursement: $2,560,000

  • Central & ​Oliver

    The City Council approved the Central and Oliver CID on August 10, 2010 to facilitate the acquistion of land, infrastructure improvements and construction of retail and office buildings within the district. The 1% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs of land and construction. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $12,500,000 is collected.

    Established: 2010

    Tax: 1%

    Location: Northeast and southeast corners of the intersection at Central and Oliver

    Use: Land acquisition, infrastructure and construction of retail and office buildings within district

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: April 2012

    Expiration: April 2034

    Maximum Reimbursement: $12,500,000

  • Broadv​iew Hotel

    ​The City Council approved the Broadview Hotel CID on October 2010 to facilitate the rehabilitation and restoration of the Historic Broadview Hotel, riverfront adjacent to the hotel and parking garage on Waco. The 2% additional sales tax will be used to reimburse a portion of the developer's costs of rehabilitating hotel. CID sales tax will be collected for up to 22 years or until a maximum amount of $2,680,000 is collected. The hotel reopened after the restorations were completed, in the summer of 2011.

    Established: 2010

    Tax: 2%

    Location: Northwest corner of Douglas and Waco and parking garage on the east side of Waco, north of Douglas

    Use: Rehabilitation and restoration of the Historic Broadview Hotel, riverfront adjacent to the hotel and parking garage on Waco, across from the hotel

    Term: 22 years

    Active Date of Tax: July 2011

    Expiration: July 2033

    Maximum Reimbursement: $2,680,000