Recently, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership, the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, the Maumelle Chamber of Commerce and several community leaders have endorsed the quarter-cent sales tax to fund public transit on the March 1 Pulaski County ballot.
A mix of retail and of-fice buildings that decades ago were part of the city’s historic commercial core have combined with new construction to recast a string of properties. A foundation of restaurants, apartments and the performing arts will be joined by a high-rise hotel redevelopment and the Little Rock Tech Park.
As part of a contest in which more than 30 artists submitted work for consideration, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership revealed three giant banners installed on the west side of the parking garage at 2nd and Main, making Main Street all the more awesome.
About $100 million in new development is unfolding along Little Rock’s Main Street as developers bet on an influx of jobs and residents, according to an estimate by Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock.
The City of Little Rock in conjunction with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership held a ceremony to celebrate the completion of Matt McLeod’s koi mural at Sixth and Main Streets. The large-scale mural captures the spirit of the Creative Corridor.
A new, universally-accessible, free playground is in the works for MacArthur Park, and will be the first of its kind in the heart of the Little Rock! The imaginative concept incorporates geographic features of Arkansas and will be designed to accommodate a variety of special needs--from individuals in wheelchairs to those with autism spectrum disorders.
The Downtown Little Rock Partnership annual meeting was held at the Statehouse Convention Center. Guests enjoyed lunch and an update on DLRP projects. The mission of the Downtown Little Rock Partnership is to assist in defining and guiding a vision for the future of downtown.
The Downtown Little Rock Partnership hosted its annual meeting at the Statehouse Convention Center. Celebrating 30 years of the partnership, the luncheon featured keynote speaker Clarence Anthony, who leads the National League of Cities. Entergy Arkansas received the Top of the Rock award.