Tagged: central arkansas library system

Hardings' Cache Restaurant a Clarion Call for Good Times in River Market

by Jan Cottingham 12/16/2013 12:00 am

Cache co-owners Rush Harding and his son Payne are determined to be ready for their restaurant's opening in the River Market, housed in the nearly-completed Arcade Building.

Latest Project of Bobby Roberts, River Market's Arcade Building, Nearing Completion

by George Waldon 8/12/2013 12:00 am

The newest addition to the Central Arkansas Library System real estate roster will be the Arcade Building at 100 River Market Ave. The $14 million, 59,000-SF, mixed-use project represents a loose joint venture between CALS and private development interests.

CALS Pays $235,000 for Former River Market Alleyway at Arcade Building

by George Waldon 8/12/2013 12:00 am

Central Arkansas Library System paid $235,000 in February for two slivers of land along the western and southern edges of the Arcade Building site — land that the sellers had gotten from the city of Little Rock for free just two months earlier.

3 Downtown Little Rock Projects on Track for Completion This Year

by Luke Jones 3/11/2013 12:00 am

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.

New Children's Library To Encourage Experiential Learning

by Luke Jones 2/11/2013 12:00 am

The Central Arkansas Library System's $12 million Children's Library & Learning Center will open next month on the south side of Interstate 630, and its developers hope it will transform the surrounding neighborhoods of midtown Little Rock.

AIA Finalist: Oley E. Rooker Library

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/17/2012 12:00 am

For the Otter Creek community, the Oley E. Rooker Library is a landmark and is the first LEED-certified project for CALS. Geothermal heating and cooling system, a high-performance building envelope and abundant day lighting are the many sustainable features employed to seek the goal of LEED Silver.

AIA Finalist: Oley E. Rooker Library

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/19/2011 12:00 am

The Oley E. Rooker Library will be the first LEED certified project for the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS). Geothermal heating and cooling, a high performance building envelope and abundant day lighting are among the sustainable features employed to seek the goal of LEED Silver.