Patterson Authorized Group to transfer Wichita headquarters

Patterson Legal Group is going to move its Wichita headquarters from the Farm Credit Bank Building on North Waco because it wants more visibility.

Patterson Legal Group is likely to go its Wichita headquarters from the Farm Credit Lender Creating on North Waco due to the fact it needs far more visibility.

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Tyler Patterson said he’s counting down the days until he can move the Patterson Authorized Group’s Wichita headquarters — even nevertheless he has not truly discovered wherever that new place will be.

He’s now well prepared for an onslaught of real estate phone calls.

At present, the firm’s major office environment is at the Farm Credit history Lender Setting up at 245 N. Waco.

“We want to be much more obvious in Wichita and a little extra very easily obtainable for people today,” Patterson claimed.

He explained a avenue-amount setting up, if possible one the firm owns, would be most perfect. His top will need is visibility, however.

“It’s all about visibility, genuinely,” Patterson reported. “When we are not visible in our place of work tower, its just a lot more challenging to be section of the group.”

The firm also has an business office on Central just west of Hillside.

Patterson explained the lease at the Farm Credit history Financial institution Constructing is up this yr, which is prompting the shift. He wants to have a new place by summer months. Which is also when a new Backyard garden Metropolis office environment will open up.

“We’ve acquired a whole lot of shoppers from western Kansas,” Patterson claimed. “Garden is actually central for western Kansas.”

Attorney Coleman Young will handle that business office.

The organization also has offices in Topeka and St. Joseph, Mo.

Patterson reported the firm’s new Wichita workplace will have significantly less area than the current headquarter’s 11,000 square feet.

“Most of our workforce is working from house.”

He mentioned the new room will be additional of a co-doing the job a single where by people today can pop in when they want to.

“It’s doing work so properly, and I feel people today like staying in a position to work from house. It permits them a tiny far more flexibility.”

Carrie Rengers has been a reporter for virtually 3 a long time, including 16 several years at The Wichita Eagle. Her Have You Heard? column of company scoops runs five days a 7 days in The Eagle. If you have a tip, be sure to e-mail or tweet her or phone 316-268-6340.