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The Main Street Lofts, inside the old M.M. Cohn Co. building at 510 S. Main St., is behind schedule. It's one of developer Scott Reed's projects.
Construction / Legal / Real Estate

Main Street Lofts Asks for Clarification in Arbitration

Before a general contractor’s foreclosure action begins, Main Street Lofts LLC and Main Street South LLC asked an arbitrator to split the $896,756 award for unpaid work between properties. read more >
Scott Reed at the relaunch of K Lofts in 2013.
Construction / Legal / Real Estate

Arbitration Reveals Wide Leeway in Scott Reed Contracts

When AMR Construction landed an arbitration award for unpaid work on the Main Street Lofts project in downtown Little Rock, the ruling provided a glimpse into the chaotic development world of Scott Reed, who led the ownership group and oversaw the project. read more >
Mark Stodola, the mayor of Little Rock, stands along Main Street between Capitol Avenue and 6th Street.
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Mayor Mark Stodola Looks to Keep Main Street Makeover Moving

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. read more >
Scott Reed at the K Lofts project in 2010.
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Scott Reed Owes Over $35K in Delinquent Property Taxes

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. read more >
A falling wall temporarily halted renovations at 315 Main St. in downtown Little Rock.
Construction / Tourism

Brick Fall from Wall Brings Temporary Stall to Main Street Project

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. read more >