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Damgoode Pies Closing Last Little Rock Location

Founder Jeff Trine said the pizza chain took on "enormous debt" to survive after the COVID-19 pandemic. read more >
A Google Street View image of the mixed-used commercial site at 2701 Kavanaugh Blvd. in Little Rock
Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Hillcrest Site Draws $2.95M Transaction

The seller of the property at 2701 Kavanaugh Blvd. was Hillcrest Properties Inc., led by Kelley Johnson. read more >
Chenal Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center at 3115 S. Bowman Road.
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Chenal Rehabilitation Sells For $5.9M (Real Deals)Lock Icon

An affiliate of Stein & Associates of Fort Smith bought the Chenal Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center at 3115 S. Bowman Road. read more >
4500 Burrow Drive
Real Estate

Recent Real Estate Deals Total $2.4M

Hidden Lovester LLC of North Little Rock, led by Richard Bell, bought a 6,700-SF office building at 4500 Burrow Drive in North Little Rock for $860,000. read more >
Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Damgoode Pies to Close Rodney Parham Location

Damgoode Pies said Tuesday that it will close its carryout-delivery-only location location at 10720 Rodney Parham Road. read more >
Restaurants & Food

Damgoode Pies Moving into River Market

Damgoode Pies is taking over in the former spot of Boscos in the River Market District. read more >
Restaurants & Food

Damgoode Pies Darn Successful At Rogers Site

It opened just three weeks ago, but business at Damgoode Pies’ 180-seat franchise location in Rogers is smoking hot, says Jeff Trine, founder of the burgeoning pizza chain based in Little Rock. read more >
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Cantrell Road Widening Could Displace Businesses

Forthcoming construction on a short stretch of Cantrell Road in Little Rock is going to displace some businesses read more >