Tagged: scott reed

Mayor Mark Stodola Looks to Keep Main Street Makeover Moving

by George Waldon 9/14/2015 12:00 am

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.

Scott Reed Owes Over $35K in Delinquent Property Taxes

by Arkansas Business Staff 8/17/2015 12:00 am

The West Coast real estate adviser with historic re-development aspirations owes a combined $35,546 on four Main Street buildings. The biggest tab is $14,397 owed for 2012-13 taxes plus penalty and interest on the 62,688-SF M.M. Cohn Building at 510 Main St.

The Telling Detail (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

by Gwen Moritz 8/10/2015 12:00 am

It’s one thing to know that Scott Reed hadn’t paid his big bills. One might even imagine that the big bills could get paid once tenant revenue starts flowing. It’s another thing entirely to understand that, even as summer turned to fall and winter and then spring, he couldn’t come up with a relatively small amount of money in order to turn on the lights — something that has to be done before any tenants can move in and start paying rent.

Some Hiccups, But Development Continues Along Main Street in Little Rock

by Alexis Hosticka 8/4/2015 3:26 pm

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.

Timeline: Scott Reed’s Development Doings in Little Rock

by George Waldon 8/3/2015 12:00 am

A year-by-year look at Oregon developer Scott Reed's involvement in Main Street projects in Little Rock.

Lawsuit, Liens Hit Scott Reed’s Main Street Projects

by George Waldon 8/3/2015 12:00 am

Contractors have more than $1.5 million in claims for unpaid work on two unfinished Main Street redevelopments in downtown Little Rock. The liens and lawsuit add to a track record of overreaching, underfinanced, subsidy-supported development in the city.

Despite Sale, Symphony Ready for New Offices in M.M. Cohn Building

by Alexis Hosticka and Lance Turner 7/10/2015 4:07 pm

The executive director of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra said she's looking forward to moving into new offices inside the renovated M.M. Cohn Co. building downtown, even as the building's owner prepares to sell the property.

Brick Fall from Wall Brings Temporary Stall to Main Street Project

by Arkansas Business Staff 10/28/2013 12:00 am

A sizable chunk of brickwork from the fifth floor of the Gus Blass project tumbled to earth and crushed the cab of the concrete pumper truck in the alley. No one was injured.

After Delays, K Lofts Apartment Project Moves Forward on Main Street

by George Waldon 7/25/2013 11:40 am

Developers and political leaders held a news conference Thursday morning to announce the start of construction on 32 apartments on the long-vacant upper floors of downtown Little Rock's 315 Main St. building.

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to Move Offices to Main Street

by Kate Knable 1/28/2013 11:47 am

The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has executed a lease and will be moving its practice space and offices to Main Street in Little Rock.

Scott Reed Sues Porter's Jazz Cafe for Unpaid Rent

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/10/2012 12:00 am

The owners of Porter's Jazz Cafe in downtown Little Rock are singing the blues again. Its landlord, Little Rock downtown developer Scott Reed's K Lofts LLC, has sued Porter's and its owners for the second time in a year for allegedly failing to pay rent.