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Central Arkansas Commercial Office Vacancy Rate Declines

Central Arkansas Commercial Office Vacancy Rate Declines
Source: Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange

The vacancy rate for commercial office space in central Arkansas continued its downward slide in the second quarter of this year, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange.
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North Little Rock's Rockwater Residences Poised for Relaunch

The opening round of single-family development is about to launch at Rockwater Village in North Little Rock. Seven of the 33 lots are under contract to future residents of the riverside neighborhood.
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Friends of Brandon Barber Call for Leniency

Disgraced northwest Arkansas real estate developer Brandon Barber wants to be sentenced to five years or less in federal prison instead of the nearly 20 years that federal prosecutors are pushing for. His friends have filled a court filing with supportive statements.
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