John Flake established a reputation as a deal-making maven on the business and political fronts during the 1980s. The pinnacle of his development achievements remains the tallest building in Arkansas, the 40-story Metropolitan National Bank Building.
The sometimes controversial Flake, brother of Dickson, drew his share of financial lumps from the real estate meltdown. Adjustments included returning an Oklahoma City mall, part of a reported $400 million investment, back to the lender.
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