Real Estate



Flexible Workspaces Meet Business Needs

Flexible Workspaces Meet Business Needs

Technology & TelecomBusiness List

Flexible workspaces are attracting businesses of all sizes because they offer affordable short-term leases, collaboration, networking and a professional aesthetic along with a turnkey setup, according to providers in Arkansas. read more >

Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Transportation

The planning agency Metroplan has found that growth slowed considerably in most cities in central Arkansas when comparing the period 2000-10 with 2010-19, according to its latest report. read more >

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

Restaurants & Food

While Purple Cow itself is a tribute to nostalgia, its methods to keep current in an ever-shifting restaurant landscape, buffeted not just by diners' whims but by technology, is all about moving forward. read more >

The Art of Being Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Art of Being Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Health CareLegalOpinionEditor's Note

Before being elected president, Donald Trump had never worked for anyone but himself or his ultra-wealthy father. That doesn't explain why he feels so comfortable saying things that are demonstrably untrue, but it could explain why he never had to learn how to own a mistake. read more >

FamilyLife to Move Headquarters to Orlando

FamilyLife to Move Headquarters to Orlando

FamilyLife of Little Rock, a multimedia nonprofit that produces Christian resources related to marriage and family, says it will move its headquarters to Orlando, Florida, the home of its parent organization. read more >

Woodland Heights Sold for $37.7M

Woodland Heights Sold for $37.7M

Banking & FinanceHealth CareRestaurants & FoodTransportationWhispers

A senior-living project in west Little Rock forms this week's real estate triangle with restaurant-inspired transactions in Greenbrier and Benton. read more >

Historic Helena District Chosen as Home for Delta Dirt Distillery

Historic Helena District Chosen as Home for Delta Dirt Distillery

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

Led by Harvey Williams Jr. and his wife, Donna, Delta Dirt Distillery will begin producing vodka, gin, cordials and more in the coming weeks. Their son, Thomas, will oversee the production of spirits made with corn, wheat, rye and sweet potatoes grown on the family farm. Tours and a tasting room with a full-service bar are on tap. read more >

Difficult Year Continues for Allegiance Health

Difficult Year Continues for Allegiance Health

Health CareLegalCover Story

The sudden closing last month of North Metro Medical Center in Jacksonville was the latest in a series of woes facing the Shreveport company that runs the hospital, Allegiance Health Management Inc. read more >