Mead’s Corner owners say rent is too high to stay in business

A popular downtown Wichita coffee shop appears to be on its way out.

According to a post on the First United Methodist Church Facebook page, the Mead's Corner Coffeeshop at 430 E. Douglas will close in July. The church has operated the coffee shop for nearly 10 years, the post says, but a recent proposed increase in rent led to a decision by the church's board of trustees to close the business.

The shop's last day of business will be July 28, the post says. Its current lease runs through August.…

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