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Prestige Transaction Registers $2.4M Sale (Real Deals)

A 22,400-SF auto facility in North Little Rock tipped the scales at $2.4 million. read more >
Chapel Ridge Apartments at 10401 Brockington Road in Sherwood
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Chapel Ridge Apartments in Sherwood Sell for $15MLock Icon

This week's million-dollar deals features an apartment complex and several restaurants. read more >
Mary Beth Ringgold: “We have had a lot of great years here. I can assure you, we will never forget them. Cajun’s has made an impact on so many lives over the years.”
Retail

Mary Beth Ringgold Sells Copper Grill to Former Employee

Mary Beth Ringgold is selling her downtown Little Rock restaurant Copper Grill to Dan Kovach, longtime general manager of the now-closed Cajun’s Wharf. read more >
Diners enjoy a sunset on the deck of Cajun's Wharf.

Clear the Deck: Cajun’s Wharf to Close June 1

Little Rock restauranteur Mary Beth Ringgold says she will close Cajun's Wharf this summer, citing changing consumer trends and costly upkeep of the 44-year-old restaurant and live music venue. read more >
Media & Marketing / Restaurants & Food

Mary Beth Ringgold Named to Arkansas Food Hall of Fame

The members of the second class of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame were announced earlier this month by the Department of Arkansas Heritage, which sponsors the program recognizing “Arkansas’s legendary restaurants, proprietors and food-themed events.” read more >
Business Services / Restaurants & Food / Small Business

Student Entrepreneur’s Donut Holes Being Served at Copper Grill

Sydney Brazil's The Hole Thing donut holes officially were introduced to the Copper Grill dessert menu on May 30 and are being offered with the restaurant's own homemade ice cream. read more >
A sample of the gourmet doughnut holes produced by Sydney Brazil and Jase Burton of The Hole Thing.
Business Services / Restaurants & Food / Small Business

Student Entrepreneurs Launch ‘Gourmet Holery,’ Hope to Partner with Copper Grill

A pair of Little Rock high-school students are in the process of launching the city's first "gourmet holery," and they might be doing so in partnership with a prominent local restauranteur. read more >