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LR Tech Park Receiving 'Genuine Interest' from Prospective Tenants

LR Tech Park Receiving 'Genuine Interest' from Prospective Tenants
A pair of designs for the Little Rock Tech Park, unveiled at the board's meeting on Wednesday.

Brent Birch, the director of the Little Rock Tech Park, told the park's board on Wednesday that he has received "genuine interest" from local companies interested in being a part of the park.
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Developers Eye Large Mixed-Use Development in Jonesboro

Developers hope to move a step closer to redeveloping a 200-acre plot of land at the intersection of U.S. 49 and Arkansas 351 after Tuesday's Jonesboro Metropolitan Area Planning Commission meeting.
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Little Rock Metro's Housing Permits Down in 2013

Numbers were down across the board in the housing market in central Arkansas last year. The total number of housing permits, 2,094 — including single-family and multi-family — was lower than numbers from the Great Recession and the lowest since 1992.
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