Former Mayor Jim Dailey Named State Tourism Director
Jim Dailey

Former Mayor Jim Dailey Named State Tourism Director

After a night of toasts to longtime State Tourism Director Joe David Rice, former Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey was named as his successor Wednesday at Robinson Center.
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Paths Vary In Keeping Retail Rent Flowing in Northwest Arkansas This article is available only in print.

The commercial vacancy rates for the four main cities of the northwest Arkansas corridor range from Fayetteville's 5.6 percent to Springdale's 14 percent, sandwiching Rogers (10.5 percent) and Bentonville (12 percent).
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Apartments, Day Care, Buildings Sold

The purchase of a 49-unit apartment complex in Little Rock led a group of recent real estate transactions, weighing in at $925,000.
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Zips Car Wash Acquires 6th Location in Central Arkansas

Zips Car Wash Acquires 6th Location in Central Arkansas

Zips Car Wash of Little Rock acquired its sixth facility in central Arkansas last week from Splash Car Wash.
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The List Commercial Property Managers

Arkansas Commercial Property Management Firms list ranked by gross square feet of office, retail and warehouse space managed. Also includes company contact info, key contact(s) and primary properties.

Rank Name City Gross SF
1 Colliers International Arkansas Little Rock 15,200,000
2 Flake & Kelley Commercial Little Rock 4,437,700
3 Moses Tucker Real Estate Little Rock 4,200,000
4 Sage Partners Fayetteville 4,000,000
5 Mathias Properties Inc. Springdale 3,030,577

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Marshall Saviers on What's Missing from Northwest Arkansas' Growth Experience

Marshall Saviers is now president of Sage Partners, where he oversees brokerage operations for the company and helped facilitate the 2017 merger between Sage Partners, Hunt Ventures of Lowell and Capital Partners of Little Rock.