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Main Street Lofts Could Find Buyer Before Foreclosure

Main Street Lofts Could Find Buyer Before Foreclosure
The Main Street Lofts project consists of three buildings. Shown in inset: Scott Reed, Manly Roberts

A sale may be in motion at the money-troubled Main Street Lofts. This latest version involves all three buildings at the downtown Little Rock project.
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Hot Springs Could Settle on Hotel Demolition Pact June 21

A committee of the Hot Springs board of directors has settled on who should demolish the fire-damaged Majestic Hotel.
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$9M Tru by Hilton Hotel to Open at Gateway Town Center

With entertainment, shopping and restaurants already in the works at The Grove at Gateway Town Center, another piece to the puzzle will be filled in next fall with a $9 million Tru by Hilton hotel. The hotel will be 42,000 SF with 84 units and be the “model property for the state,” according to Shawn Govind, the director of real estate development at Pinnacle Hotel Group.
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