Tagged: moses tucker real estate

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.

Growth of Moses Tucker Moves It Up to No. 3 on List of Largest Commercial Property Management Firms

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

Among the largest commercial property management firms on this year's list, none registered as large a one-year percentage increase: 137 percent. That growth moved Moses Tucker to No. 3 on the list of the largest commercial property management firms, up from No. 7 last year.

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.

Moses Tucker Announces $13M Project to Turn Arkla Building Into Upscale Apartments

by Mark Carter 8/1/2013 09:47 am

Moses Tucker Real Estate announced plans on Thursday to redevelop the Arkla Gas building in downtown Little Rock, converting it into upscale apartments.

Harding Restaurant in River Market To Open In Fall 2013

by Kate Knable 8/20/2012 12:00 am

Moses Tucker Real Estate's three-story construction project in the Little Rock River Market District includes an upscale restaurant in its designs.

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.