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Fly Arkansas Leases Former Hawker Facility

Fly Arkansas Leases Former Hawker Facility

Sage Partners has announced the lease of 55,882-SF of space at the former Hawker facility Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, to Fly Arkansas LLC.
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David Bartlett to Retire from Simmons; Ledbetter, Others Promoted

David Bartlett will retire in January as president of Simmons First National Corp. of Pine Bluff, and Barry Ledbetter will assume his duties as chief banking officer of Simmons First National Bank.
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Jacob Flournoy Recognized for UA System's Internal Audit Department

Jacob Flournoy, internal audit director for the University of Arkansas System, has been selected to receive the American Institute of CPAs' Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award for impact on state government.
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WLR Storage Property Packed in $6 Million Deal

A west Little Rock mini-storage development, a grand home near the Country Club of Little Rock and residential lots in Sherwood debut as this week's trio of million-dollar transactions. read more >

Park Avenue Lofts Sells In $36M Transaction (Real Deals)

ER Park Avenue Apartments LLC, an affiliate of Equity Resources LLC of Birmingham, Alabama, purchased Park Avenue Lofts at 320 S. University Ave. The development previously was linked with a February 2012 mortgage of $21.6 million held by Arvest Bank of Fayetteville. read more >

Koutroumbis Buys High Point Terrace Apartments (NWA Real Deals)

Koutroumbis Properties of Fayetteville acquired the six-unit High Point Terrace apartment complex at 922 Hughes St. in Fayetteville for $512,000. read more >

Central Arkansas Industrial Space Vacancy Rate Slips

The vacancy rate for industrial space in central Arkansas fell slightly in the second quarter compared with the year-ago quarter, to 11.7 percent compared with 11.9 percent in second-quarter 2014. read more >

Little Rock's Original Fern Bar: How Buster's Birthed Dave & Buster's

Next summer, Dave & Buster's, based in Dallas and co-founded by Corley and Corriveau in 1982, will be opening a location in Little Rock, its first in Arkansas. D&B now has almost 11,000 employees and 73 stores, including one in New York's Times Square. The Arkansas arrival comes 33 years after its founders opened Buster's in Little Rock's Union Station. read more >

Economic Benefits Touted for Osteopathic Locations

The two osteopathic medical schools under development in Arkansas are expected to give their areas a financial lift. read more >

USA Truck Names Head of Mexico Operations

Nichols was most recently the director of international sales at U.S. Xpress Inc. and was director of business development for Con-Way. He has worked in the trucking industry for 35 years, including 20 years of experience involving Mexico. read more >

Build IT to Feature Mainstream Technologies Founders

Next week's Venture Center Build IT "fireside chat" speaker series features the founders of Little Rock's Mainstream Technologies. read more >

Phyzit Adds Former A Briggs Passport Chief Mike Blanchat as President

Blanchat is the former president for A Briggs Passport & Visa Expeditors, which was sold last fall to CIBT. Phyzit, founded by Little Rock pediatric urologist Stephen Canon and his father Mike, has developed an app that enables doctors and patients to communicate post-visit via telemedicine and mobile messaging. read more >

Online Research Tool Helps Spur Economic Development in Delta

A new online research tool from the Delta Regional Authority connects economic developers and civic leaders to demographic and economic data. read more >

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