Doyle Rogers Company

Doyle Rogers Company is a private commercial and investment real estate development firm established more than a half-century ago, with offices in both Little Rock and Batesville. The firm has focused on developing and investing in commercial real estate assets located throughout the United States.

Doyle Rogers Company has developed, invested in and managed various types of projects, including retail centers, hotel and resort property, office buildings, downtown re-development, and ski resort property, totaling in the millions of square feet.

In Little Rock alone, Doyle Rogers Company has been involved with such assets as its flagship Stephens Building, Metropolitan Tower, the Peabody Hotel, the Mann on Main, and the Statehouse Convention Center, as well as an extensive retail portfolio.

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Developers Mark Opening of Mann on Main in Little Rock

Doyle Rogers Co. and Moses Tucker Real Estate marks the grand opening of its Mann on Main mixed-use building, the fully restored and redeveloped former Blass Department Store at Main & 4th streets in downtown Little Rock. read more >

Bruno's Revival On Main Street To Mix Old, New

In about six weeks, Bruno's Little Italy restaurant will again operate under the ownership and authority of the family that founded it in 1948 (or thereabouts; signs and collective memories vary). read more >

Low Office Vacancy Rates Hold Steady

Occupancy in the Pulaski County office market tightened slightly to 88 percent during the past 12 months, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange. The spring 2012 occupancy rate was 86.3 percent. read more >

After Delays, K Lofts Apartment Project Moves Forward on Main Street

Developers and political leaders held a news conference Thursday morning to announce the start of construction on 32 apartments on the long-vacant upper floors of downtown Little Rock's 315 Main St. building. read more >

State Poised For Second Sustainable Acquisition with Mann on Main Property

A combination of tax credits (New Market and Historic) is providing about $7.3 million in the $19.6 million funding equation to convert the former Blass Department Store into the Mann on Main and redevelop the 310 Main St. annex building. read more >

3 Downtown Little Rock Projects on Track for Completion This Year

Three of the most imminent projects are the new Residence Inn by Marriott next to the Interstate 30 ramp at 219 River Market Ave., the Mann on Main Redevelopment at Fourth and Main streets and the Arcade Building, a new multi-use office and retail space at 100 River Market Ave. read more >

Doyle Rogers Sr., Real Estate Developer, Banker, Dies at 94

Bank owner and visionary real estate developer Doyle W. Rogers Sr. died early Monday in his sleep at his home in Batesville. He was 94. Rogers developed many downtown Little Rock landmarks, including the soon-to-be renamed Peabody Hotel and the Stephens Building. read more >

Garry Haferbier Joins Allen Engineering Corp (Movers & Shakers)

Garry Haferbier has joined Allen Engineering Corp. of Paragould as the rental sales manager. The added responsibility for Haferbier is part of a joint marketing agreement between Allen Engineering and Equipment Synergy International, where he will continue to serve as vice president of sales. read more >

Main Street Reclamation Gains Momentum

Developers are working to resurrect historic buildings along Main Street in Little Rock. read more >

Building Sales Cause Dip In Office Occupancy

The occupancy rate for office space in the Pulaski County market dropped to 85.7 percent in the spring, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange. That figure stood at 87.3 percent a year ago. read more >

Lululemon to Open in the Shops in the Heights

Little Rock's Shops in the Heights center at 5501 Kavanaugh Blvd. signed a new tenant last week: Lululemon Athletica, a Canadian athletic clothing company. read more >

Tao Chi Restaurant Coming to the Heights

The Chi family is opening Tao Chi off Kavanaugh Boulevard in Little Rock. read more >

Moses Tucker, Doyle Rogers to Put New Office, Loft Space in Blass Building

Redevelopment of the historic Blass Building in downtown Little Rock will begin in June to convert the former retail property into 100,000 SF of office space, 20 loft-style apartments and more. read more >

Movers & Shakers (May 3, 2010)

New hires, promotions and awards for the week of May 3, 2010. read more >

Arkansas Business' 25 Wealthiest Arkansans (25th Anniversary)

For several years Arkansas Business ran a list, based on several sources, of the wealthiest Arkansans. That practice ended in 2001, a casualty of the combination of two factors: the fall of the stock market and greater difficulty in gathering data. read more >

Arkansas Business' 25 Living Legends (25th Anniversary)

Over the past 25 years, these names and faces have graced the pages of Arkansas Business innumerable times. All have the business acumen and résumés to earn the title "Living Legend." read more >

Doyle Rogers Family Gives UAMS $4 Million

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences says the family of Doyle and Josephine Raye Rogers of Batesville, has given $4 million for campus construction and the Arkansas Cancer Research Center. read more >

UPDATED: Partnership Buys Northwest Arkansas Mall, 2 Others

Midwest Mall Properties, a partnership among Doyle Rogers and John Flake of Little Rock and Sam Mathias of Springdale, is buying three malls, including the Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville. read more >

PRSA Gives Rogers Its Diamond Award

The Arkansas Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America will hand out two of its most prestigious awards to Dan Daugherty and Doyle Rogers. read more >

Business Hall of Fame to Induct 4 Friday

The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas will induct four to its Arkansas Business Hall of Fame on Friday evening: Frank Hickingbotham, the late William F. "Billy" Rector, Doyle W. Rogers Sr. and Forrest L. Wood. read more >