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Ledger, in downtown Bentonville, features a 3,900-foot linear bike path and is billed as the world’s first bikeable office building, with amenities for bike storage, e-bike charging stations and a lounge and shower facilities.

Ledger: The Bike-Friendly Community Hub

Unique Bentonville structure combines fun and functionality.

The spatula-shaped area in downtown Little Rock holds the seeded, bare plots of ground left by the removal of the Interstate 30 on- and off-ramps and represents a blank canvas for architects.

Highway of Imagination

Imaginative what-ifs for interstate project’s leftover green spaces

Restaurateurs Jim Keet, left, and his son, Jake, right, look over a rendering of the planned facade update for their future Waldo’s Chicken & Beer location with fellow Breckenridge Village Shopping Center investor Hank Kelley.

Getting Back to Breckenridge

Influx of fresh business headed for iconic center in Little Rock

Developers and city leaders see the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts as an anchor for further development in nearby neighborhoods.

Artistic Vision at AMFA

Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts already generating major buzz

Setting Supersites

Expansive acreages standing by for big industry tenants

Chris Moses: Moses Tucker Partners

The Moses Tucker Partners president and CEO enjoys seeing the old turned new again.

Patrick Schueck: Lexicon Inc.

Third generation takes the reins as head of the family business.

Mark Beach: CDI Contractors

CDI’s new president and CEO

The Transplace Building in Rogers was purchased by Tempus Evergreen for $65 million and occupies 16 acres.

Real Estate Report 2023: Real Deals

The top head-turning transactions from around the state

Murphy Oil's 87,000-SF  headquarters is listed for $15 million by Colliers International.

Real Estate Report 2023: Office Deals

Major properties change hands in some of the year’s biggest transactions, plus an office space Q&A

The Drawing Board: Architecture’s Top Trends for 2023

Materials, concepts and amenities taking the stage in 2023

Bernhard is overseeing a $150 million energy project at UAMS. Its biggest component is a $51 million generation plant that’s ahead of schedule.

$150M UAMS Energy Project Ensures Unbroken Power, Savings CertaintyLock Icon

The face of a $150 million energy project at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences peers down on visitors to the northeast side of the Little Rock campus, just behind the Markham Street Walgreens.

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