Park City is ready for a groundbreaking on a massive and long-awaited mixed-use development.

Wichita's Lange Real Estate announced Monday it will break ground Friday on a 160-acre, mixed-use development west of I-135 between 53rd Street North and 61st Street.

The development, called Champtown Addition, is slated to cost $500 million with several commercial projects, including a 180-room hotel and around 132,000 square feet of retail space with restaurants, big-box retail, and a multi-sport facility that will have baseball and softball fields. The plans include a 78,100 square-foot aquarium by an Arizona-based aquarium construction company called OdySea, with a 20,000 square-foot rainforest-inspired butterfly conservatory.

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