Historic Midtown Wichita, Kansas, has a mixed population of young professional people, college professors, and locals constituting approximately 4,058. This historic part of the city is nestled between the Arkansas River and downtown Wichita. The city boasts an ?old town charm? appeal due to the neighborhood featuring bungalows and traditional Victorian houses. The city is modern as well in that it has a variety of recently updated bars, restaurants, hotels, shopping centers and events to enjoy. Midtown Wichita is home to popular destination sites such as the arts district, a brand new 15,000-seat arena, the historic NoMar International Theater, and 21st Street International Market. The 21st Street International Market is an open-air market for visitors wanting to indulge and explore ethnic cuisine and shopping. When the sun dips down below the horizon, Midtown Wichita comes alive with its nightlife, bars, restaurants, hotels, and events. For visitors in search of a novel cultural experience or entertainment. Midtown Wichita is surrounded by musical, theatrical, and sporting events. The city also offers many unique restaurants and bars to satisfy and tantalize the appetite for novel cuisine, spirits, and nightlife. The city also boasts a plethora of premier hotels with spacious accommodations and luxurious amenities sure to make all guests feel right at home.