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Ashley Group Could Bring New Life to Pleasant Crossing in Rogers

Ashley Group Could Bring New Life to Pleasant Crossing in Rogers
The Ashley Group is looking at Pleasant Crossing in Rogers.

The Ashley Group of North Little Rock, one of the largest commercial property managers in the state, is looking to buy a mostly undeveloped 30.5-acre piece of the Pleasant Crossing development in Rogers.
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One Bank Sells Former Scooter Stuart House

Syed and Ayesha Samad acquired the 12,350-SF mansion in west Little Rock's gated Hickory Creek neighborhood for $1.6 million.
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Million-Dollar Deals on Buffet in Conway

A trio of Faulkner County properties changed hands in seven-digit deals. The biggest of the three at $5.25 million is St. Andrews Place.
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