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Rock Capital to Develop $16M-$17M Downtown Little Rock Hotel

Rock Capital to Develop $16M-$17M Downtown Little Rock Hotel
A rendering of improvements to the Hall and Davidson buildings at 201-215 W. Capitol Ave.

Rock Capital Real Estate of Little Rock says it is buying the historic Hall and Davidson buildings at 201-215 W. Capitol Ave. with plans to develop a boutique hotel.
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Texarkana Convention Center Could Soon Change Hands

Texarkana Hotels, owned by Dr. Hiren D. Patel, has entered into a $6.6 million purchase agreement with James J. Naples, and will be seeking the court's approval of the sale.
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Reservoir Road Apartments Sold for $8.3 Million

Two apartment complexes, two mini-storage projects and a Heights home in Little Rock teamed up with a North Little Rock motel to build a six-pack of multimillion-dollar deals.
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