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John Martin of Moses Tucker Partners in Little Rock says owners of office space should continue to invest in keeping them up to date.
Business Services / Insurance / Media & Marketing / Real Estate / Small Business

Office Exodus Never Came; Now Tenants Want Extras

Fears that businesses would downsize their physical footprints en masse after seeing their employees sucessfully work from home have not materialized, at least not in the Little Rock market. read more >
Now known as the Simmons Tower, the 40-story skyscraper in Little Rock has been the tallest building in Arkansas since its construction in 1986.

Mix of Markets Reveals Retail Scene In Transition

A look at the trends and vacancy rates in our three areas of interest — office, retail and industrial space — shows a mix of hot and cool markets. read more >
The 11-screen, $9.8 million Movie Tavern will be part of Gateway’s entertainment offerings.
Construction / Real Estate / Retail

Central Arkansas Retail Holding Pattern Reflects Transitions In Market

Occupancy in the Central Arkansas retail market declined to 94.3 percent during the first quarter compared to 95.1 percent a year ago. read more >
New investors joined the party at Little Rock’s Gateway Town Center in two transactions totaling $10.4 million. The deals involved 33.8 acres (shaded blue) and 20.9 acres (shaded red).

Construction, Ownership Changes Mark Shrinking Retail Market

The vacancy rate of the 17.7 million-SF Pulaski County retail market shrunk to 4.7 percent during the first three months of 2016. read more >
Real Estate / Retail

Central Arkansas Retail Space Vacancy Rate Drops

The vacancy rate for retail space in central Arkansas stood at 4.7 percent in first-quarter 2016, compared with 4.8 percent in fourth-quarter 2015, according to Xceligent Inc. of Independence, Missouri, a provider of information and reports on area real estate. read more >
Real Estate / Retail

Property Turnover Shakes Up Retail Market As National Buyers Eye Space

The vacancy rate for retail space in the Pulaski County market continued to loosen slightly with a first quarter reading of 6.3 percent. A year ago, that number stood at 5.2 percent. read more >
Business Services / Real Estate / Retail / Small Business

Retail Space Vacancy Rate Falls

The vacancy rate for retail properties in central Arkansas fell slightly in the second quarter of this year compared with the year-ago period, to 7.5 percent from 7.8 percent. But the second-quarter 2013 rate inched a bit higher when compared with first-quarter 2013, when it stood at 7.3 percent. read more >