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Tech Park Coffee Shop May Get Facelift
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Blue Sail Coffee Roasters of Conway has requested that a remodel of its location inside the Little Rock Technology Park be worked into its next lease.


Raising Cane's in Fort Smith Sold for $4.75M

Raising Cane's in Fort Smith Sold for $4.75M

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NS Retail Holdings LLC, an affiliate of NetStreit Corp. of Dallas, bought the 3,030-SF Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers restaurant at 7501 Rogers Ave. in Fort Smith for $4.75 million on Jan. 31. read more >

Biggest Deals of 2019 See Values Plummet 85%

Biggest Deals of 2019 See Values Plummet 85%

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The value of big deals in Arkansas plummeted 85% in 2019 compared with the previous year, dropping to $7.9 billion compared with a stratospheric $53.9 billion in 2018. read more >

Income Growth in Central Arkansas Lags Nation's

Income Growth in Central Arkansas Lags Nation's

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While the unemployment rate remains low in central Arkansas, income growth in the region has lagged behind that of the rest of the United States, notes the Metroplan report “Metro Trends: Economic Review and Outlook.” read more >

AC Hotel Premieres in Historic Little Rock Project

AC Hotel Premieres in Historic Little Rock Project

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The AC Hotel at 201 W. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock aims for millennials with its package of Euro flair. Here's a look inside the $25 million project that remade the historic the Hall-Davidson building. read more >

Options on Table for Spring Street Grill

Options on Table for Spring Street Grill

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Spring Street Grill & Catering, located just north of Emma Avenue on Spring Street — and just a hop, skip and a jump from the new offices of Tyson Foods Inc. — was sold for $695,000 by owner Bill Palkowsky. read more >

Will Arkansas Have Enough Gamblers?

Will Arkansas Have Enough Gamblers?

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When the Quapaw Nation opened its gambling parlor in Pine Bluff four months ago, the Saracen Annex created new competition for casinos in Hot Springs and West Memphis and raised a new question: Is Arkansas' gambling market already saturated? read more >

Construction Flurry Advances Saracen Casino

Construction Flurry Advances Saracen Casino

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To get the first phase of the $350 million Saracen Casino Resort in Pine Bluff open as soon as possible, crews are racing the clock on a work schedule that is essentially 24/7. read more >

Casinos Use Dining to Build Loyalty, Brand

Casinos Use Dining to Build Loyalty, Brand

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Dining and drinking are increasingly important ingredients of the casino experience, industry experts say, and all indications are that Arkansas' new gaming destinations won't neglect either. read more >

Southern Burger Chain Krystal Files for Bankruptcy

Southern Burger Chain Krystal Files for Bankruptcy

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Krystal Co., the Georgia-based restaurant chain known for tiny hamburgers and late-night service across the Southeast, has filed for bankruptcy, but said Tuesday that all of its locations would remain open. read more >

Hill Station Nears Opening in Hillcrest

Hill Station Nears Opening in Hillcrest

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The opening of Little Rock's Hill Station, the restaurant occupying the remodeled and expanded Helmich Auto Service site at 2712 Kavanaugh Blvd., is eagerly anticipated. read more >