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Baptist Health Struck With Buyer's Remorse Over WLR School Deal

Baptist Health Struck With Buyer's Remorse Over WLR School Deal
The Baptist Health Schools campus at 11900 Col. Glenn Road in Little Rock was sold and repurchased after the financial wisdom of moving operations was examined more closely. | (Aerial photo courtesy PAGIS)

The 121,211-SF facility was repurchased for $8.5 million last month from BCP-Colonel Glenn LLC, whose ownership includes Sam Alley, secretary-treasurer of the Baptist Health Foundation Board of Trustees.
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Crye-Leike Adopts New Safety Rules After Beverly Carter Death

The death of real estate agent Beverly Carter has prompted her former employer, Crye-Leike Realtors, to adopt new safety standards for its agents.
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Maumelle Warehouse Attracts $11.2M Sale (Real Deals)

A 484,932-SF warehouse project in Maumelle tipped the scales at $11.2 million. Construction of a 30,000-SF office building is following a $2.3 million land deal in downtown Little Rock. And a North Little Rock car wash is under new ownership after a $1.72 million deal.
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