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The $7.2 million 600 Main building has one tenant per floor, including its designer, Taggart Architects.
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Slicing 600 Main Building Yields $8.8M Transaction (Real Deals)Lock Icon

The North Little Rock Downtown Development Board sold property to the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association, the city of North Little Rock and Eleven-One Consortium LLC. read more >
The $7.2 million 600 Main building has one tenant per floor, including its designer, Taggart Architects.
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Floor by Floor, 600 Main Transactions Total $8.8M in ArgentaLock Icon

Office space in Argenta, hundreds of acres of forestland in Cleburne County, a Jacksonville hotel and a Benton convenience store all highlight some recent real estate deals. read more >
The First Orion Building, framed by a piece of Argenta Plaza, is a $15 million, 72,000-SF project including offices, a commercial gym and a Tusk & Trotter restaurant.
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Move-in Ready at Argenta PlazaLock Icon

Two centerpieces of a $65 million construction boom surrounding the new Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock — the First Orion Building and 600 Main — opened for move-ins recently, just in time for workers to start moving out because of the coronavirus pandemic. read more >
The “front porch” area of Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock drew a couple of visitors to the pergola’s swings last week.
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Argenta Rolls On: ‘It All Builds on Itself’Lock Icon

Argenta’s one square mile has anchored some $500 million in downtown commercial projects in the past 20 years with the dedication of Argenta Plaza highlighting the latest development efforts. read more >
Architect Bill Gray of Taggart Architects talks about the new Argenta Plaza currently under construction in the Argenta district of North Little Rock.
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Between Venues, Investments Continue in ArgentaLock Icon

The debut of a major riverfront arena 20 years ago turned out to be a warmup act for the real headliner: a sweeping transformation of downtown North Little Rock. read more >
Taggart Architects CEO Bill Gray speaks during the groundbreaking held Tuesday for the firm's new headquarters at 600 Main St. in the Argenta Historic District of North Little Rock. The new building will also house the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association and the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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Companies Break Ground on $10M Argenta Office Building

Taggart Architects of North Little Rock, the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association and the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau break ground on their $10 million, 25,000-SF office building at 600 Main St. in North Little Rock. read more >
A rendering of Argenta Plaza and the First Orion building.
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First Orion Breaks Ground On $10M Argenta Headquarters

First Orion of Little Rock breaks ground on its previously announced, six-story global headquarters at 520 Main St. in the Argenta Historic District of North Little Rock. read more >
Mayor Joe Smith, right, and communications chief Nathan Hamilton look over the Argenta Plaza site, the mayor’s grand vision for downtown.
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Making NLR’s Argenta a 24/7 Business BeaconLock Icon

Architect Bill Gray hopes to transform downtown North Little Rock into a business and residential beacon centered on the $4.4 million Argenta Plaza project and the mixed-use buildings set to rise around it. read more >