Tagged: little rock technology park

Tech Park Talks Timeline with KATV; Mary Good to Step Down

by Mark Carter 2/11/2016 8:55 am

Sinclair Broadcasting will need at least three years to move its Little Rock ABC affiliate, KATV Channel 7, from its building at Main and Fourth, Little Rock Technology Park Director Brent Birch told board members Wednesday.

Tech Park Closes on Phase 1 Properties

by Mark Carter 2/9/2016 10:22 am

Renovation for the first phase of the planned Little Rock Technology Park is expected to begin in April after tech park board members on Monday signed closing documents to purchase properties along Main Street.

StudioMAIN Developing LR Financial Quarter

by Mark Carter 2/1/2016 12:00 am

Aiming to help downtown revitalization reach its true potential, a nonprofit group called StudioMAIN has unveiled plans to market an area of downtown it’s calling the Financial Quarter.

Tech Park Readying for Tenants, Potential Fall Opening

by Mark Carter 1/14/2016 9:03 am

The Little Rock Technology Park is expected to begin filling up as soon as it opens, which Director Brent Birch thinks could happen by November.

Nancy Gray of UAMS BioVentures Joins Tech Park Board

by Mark Carter 1/12/2016 9:44 am

Nancy Gray, director of the BioVentures startup incubator at UAMS, is appointed to the board of the Little Rock Technology Park, and vice chair Kevin Zaffaroni has been reappointed.

Tech Park's First Phase of Construction To Be Completed by Early 2017

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/21/2015 12:00 am

Work on the first phase of the Little Rock Technology Park, the planned $100 million project along Main Street, is expected to begin early in 2016.

Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

by Mark Carter 12/14/2015 12:00 am

Having recently cleared its last property acquisition hurdle for phase one of the $100 million project, the Little Rock Technology Park Authority board now has full architect renderings in hand.

From the Cheap Seats (Editorial)

by Arkansas Business Editors 9/28/2015 12:00 am

AFCU was originally included in the group of banks that bid to lend money to the Little Rock Tech Park. The Arkansas Bankers Association talked the banks into tossing AFCU out of the club — but not until after the bid deadline had passed, so AFCU couldn’t make its own competing bid.

Of Banks and the AFCU (Feedback)

by B. Dan Berger 9/14/2015 12:00 am

The misinformation employed by the Arkansas Bankers Association to exclude Arkansas Federal Credit Union from the bidding process for the Little Rock Technology Park community development project is reprehensible. The ABA put politics above the potential jobs and economic growth of the community, which speaks volumes about its self-serving agenda.

Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce Focus: Putting Stock Into Little Rock

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/24/2014 12:00 am

To more effectively compete with the economic development efforts of other major metros, the chamber is increasing its private Stock in the Rock economic development investment by as much as 100 percent, empowering the organization to better: 1) develop our economy; 2) develop our community; 3) advocate on behalf of business; 4) keep, attract and grow talent; 5) market and communicate our opportunities and successes.

Site Chosen, but Little Rock Tech Park Details Lacking

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

The project is intended to provide a space for researchers from local universities to turn their research into business. For the past two years, the authority’s board of directors has been fighting an increasingly bumpy battle over the location of the park.