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Banking & Finance / Investments

Asset Ascent: Three Investment Firms See 40%+ Asset Growth

The biggest of the bunch is Legacy Capital Wealth Partners (No. 7), which nearly doubled its $560 million total in 2022. The Little Rock firm’s almost 82.5% climb propelled it beyond $1 billion this year. read more >
Investments / Real Estate / Retail

Commercial Development in Rogers Sells for $32M

Natural Capital, led by Brad Henry of Little Rock, and Orion Capital Partners, led by Brock Martin and Ben Lester of Bentonville, each acquired 50% ownership of Pinnacle Park. read more >
The headquarters of Kimbel Mechanical Services at 1936 N. Shiloh St. in Fayetteville.
Construction / Investments / Real Estate

Kimbel Sells Fayetteville HQ to Natural CapitalLock Icon

Kimbel Mechanical Systems will remain in the properties under the sale-leaseback arrangement. read more >
Mountain Station in Mountain Home is among the complexes offering 850 workforce housing units acquired recently by Natural Capital, a Little Rock investment group. The seller was Professional Property Management Inc. of Mountain Home, led by Thomas J. Embach.
Business Services / Investments / Real Estate

Natural Capital Adds 850 Affordable Units

Natural Capital’s new commercial real estate entity wears its heart in its name, Heartland Affordable Housing. But the private investment group’s motives aren’t just altruistic. read more >
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Saatchi Site In Springdale Sold for $7.4M (NWA Real Deals)Lock Icon

A Fayetteville real estate investor paid $7.4 million for a 42,609-SF office building in south Springdale. read more >
A rendering of the Doctors Building as its new owners envision it in midtown Little Rock.
Real Estate

Natural Capital, Buyer of Doctors Building, Reaps $41M in Securities Offering

The Arkansas-exclusive investment group that bought the Doctors Building of Little Rock last year has closed a securities offering with a haul of more than $41 million. read more >
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is the first project to come out of the ground for The District at Midtown.
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The District at Midtown, Pinnacle Village Get Sites in OrderLock Icon

Two high-profile mixed-use developments are making their way onto the commercial scenes in central and northwest Arkansas. read more >
A rendering of the Doctors Building as its new owners envision it in midtown Little Rock.
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Doctors Building Getting Some Work Done

A new all-Arkansas ownership and management team has a 21st-century vision for one of Little Rock’s history-making medical buildings, the 1962-vintage Doctors Building in midtown. read more >
The Oyster Bar is a Little Rock staple that's been serving up delicious shrimp and gumbo for over 40 years.
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Midtown Med Offices Combine for $34M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Tandem transactions in midtown Little Rock introduced new ownership to neighboring medical office buildings. read more >
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Midtown Medical Buildings Sold for Combined $34.4MLock Icon

The Doctors Building and Midtown Medical Park off of University Avenue were both part of a $44 million deal that also included the former Sears properties. read more >
Larry Morton
Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Investors Battle Over KMYA License

The broadcast license for KMYA-TV, Channel 49, that Soul of the South Network investors are fighting over was an important piece to a funding puzzle two years ago. read more >
Soul of the South CEO Doug McHenry said the board considered wrapping up operations in a meeting last week, but no decision was made.
Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

With Operating Expenses Reduced, Soul of the South’s Future Unclear

The fledgling television network is the subject of at least two lawsuits in federal court and has been notified it owes $250,000 on a loan from the state. But at least one board member says he is hopeful that good things are in the works. read more >
Soul of the South Network has a Little Rock home after a $1.6 million deal. (Photo by Jason Burt)
Government & Politics / Investments / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Board Member Mac Hogan Steps Down

Mac Hogan, who invested $375,000 in the fledgling television network, submitted a brief letter to Secretary Bill Campbell and board Chairman Ladly Abraham on Tuesday. The letter stated that Hogan was resigning from the board and all related entities. read more >
Soul of the South CEO Doug McHenry said he is making changes to try to right the course of the fledgling network, including laying off about a quarter of the staff.
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Soul of the South Faces Money Woes, Lays Off Some Workers

Less than two years after the launch of Soul of the South — backed by nearly $2 million awarded by the state — the television network is struggling to pay its bills, laying off employees and fighting at least one lawsuit. read more >