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Riverdale Retail Land Tops $8.3M (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Kappa Realty LLC, led by Chris Robertson, bought the 17.6-acre home of the Riverdale Shopping Center at 2500-2610 Cantrell Road from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. read more >
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Riverdale Shopping Center Land Sold for $8.3MLock Icon

Kappa Realty LLC, led by Chris Robertson, purchased the 17.6-acre home of the Riverdale Shopping Center at 2500-2610 Cantrell Road from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. read more >
Walter Quinn stepped down in 2015 as a bank director and as chairman, president and CEO of Heartland Bank’s parent company, Rock Bancshares Inc.
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Ex-Partner Alleges Walter Quinn Used Straw BorrowersLock Icon

A former business partner has alleged under oath that he and others served as straw borrowers so that Walter Quinn of Little Rock could access money from Heartland Bank, where Quinn was a director and its leading shareholder. read more >
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Bayou Meto Farmland Sold; LM Glasfiber Spends $8.3M on ConstructionLock Icon

Farmland in Lonoke County and apartments, a coffeehouse and home in Little Rock fill this week’s roster of big real estate transactions. LM Glasfiber and a west Little Rock child development center lead in construction figures. read more >
Walter Quinn stepped down in 2015 as a bank director and as chairman, president and CEO of Heartland Bank’s parent company, Rock Bancshares Inc.
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Fiscal Pain Shared By Walter Quinn, Heartland Bank

More than five years down the road from the bursting real estate bubble, Little Rock’s Heartland Bank and its largest shareholder were battered by loans related to another sector: oil and gas. read more >