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Vacancy Rate Declines in Central Arkansas Office Space

by Arkansas Business Staff 8/24/2015 12:00 am

The office market in central Arkansas continues to see improvement, with the second quarter of 2015 becoming the seventh quarter in a row to experience positive absorption.

John Martin Named Senior Health Policy Advisor for Asa Hutchinson

by Arkansas Business Staff 8/3/2015 3:22 pm

Martin, currently the Deputy Legislative Director for U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., will begin his new duties on Sept. 8.

Office Market Tips Toward Landlords As Vacancy Rate Drops

by George Waldon 7/6/2015 12:00 am

The occupancy rate in the Pulaski County office market during the past 12 months tightened to 91.5 percent. During the first quarter 2014, the average occupancy stood at 88.7 percent.

Office Space: Central Arkansas Vacancy Rate Remains Flat

by Arkansas Business Staff 5/12/2014 12:00 am

The market for commercial office space in central Arkansas remained relatively flat in first-quarter 2014 with a vacancy rate of 11.3 percent, compared with 11.5 percent in the previous quarter, fourth-quarter 2013, and 11.4 percent in the year-earlier quarter.

Central Arkansas Office Market Remains Flat

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/4/2013 12:00 am

The fourth-quarter office market in central Arkansas has remained relatively flat with a vacancy rate during the last five quarters of 12 percent.

Vacancy Rate Drops In Little Rock Metro

by Arkansas Business Staff 10/29/2012 12:00 am

During third-quarter 2012, the office market in the Little Rock metro area saw positive absorption of 103,113 SF. This resulted in a decline in the vacancy rate to 11.9 percent, compared with 12.6 percent in second-quarter 2012 and 12.7 percent in third-quarter 2011.

Building Sales Cause Dip In Office Occupancy

by George Waldon 7/23/2012 12:00 am

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.

Office Demand Slips

by George Waldon 8/15/2011 12:00 am

Occupancy in the Pulaski County office market declined slightly for a second year, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange.