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MacArthur Commons at 414 E. Capitol Ave.
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MacArthur Commons Draws $10.7 Million Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

A Denver firm bought the 59-unit apartment complex in downtown Little Rock. read more >
Leslye Shellam, left, daughter of L. Dickson Flake, talks with UA Little Rock business student Stephen Malec, right, and Elizabeth Small, center, primary instructor for the UA Little Rock Real Estate program. Malec was the first student to receive the new scholarship. 
Education / Real Estate

Colliers Arkansas Donates $25K for Dickson Flake Scholarships

Colliers Arkansas has made a $25,000 donation to a University of Arkansas at Little Rock scholarship program established in honor of its co-founder, L. Dickson Flake, who died last year. read more >
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Real Estate Group to Honor Dickson Flake, Name Person of the Year Dec. 17

The Commercial Real Estate Council of Metro Little Rock will present two awards — the Legacy Award and the Commercial Real Estate Person of the Year — at a virtual ceremony at 3 p.m. Dec. 17. read more >
Jane Wayland (from left), dean of the College of Business, Health, and Human Services; Leslye Shellam, daughter of L. Dickson Flake; and Elizabeth Small, real estate instructor, attend a reception at the Bailey Alumni Center to celebrate the establishment of the L. Dickson Flake Endowed Scholarship at UA Little Rock.
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Dickson Flake’s Daughter Creates Scholarship at UA Little Rock

Leslye Shellam, daughter of L. Dickson Flake, has made a $100,000 donation to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to honor her father’s legacy in real estate. read more >
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Arkansas Commercial Real Estate Pioneer Dickson Flake Dies at 81

L. Dickson Flake, the commercial real estate developer whose major projects include the 33-story Regions Center in Little Rock and J.B. Hunt Transport Services headquarters in Lowell, died Tuesday in Little Rock. He was 81. read more >
Four companies own the parcel outlined in yellow at 11700 Cantrell Road in Little Rock. The Arkansas State Highway Commission is establishing eminent domain on the portion of the land outlined in red. (Parcel lines approximate.)
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WLR Plaza’s Price Point Disputed in Eminent Domain CaseLock Icon

Eminent domain case associated with future improvements to Highway 10/Cantrell Road in west Little Rock hits the court docket. read more >
Palisades at Chenal Valley apartments at 1501 Rahling Road in Little Rock.
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Palisades at Chenal Valley Hosts $34.1M Transaction (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Nine limited liability companies affiliated with Canyon View Capital of Santa Cruz, California, purchased Palisades at Chenal Valley at 1501 Rahling Road from MAA Arkansas REIT LLC of Germantown, Tennessee. read more >
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Markham West Shopping Center Bought for $19MLock Icon

A retail project in west Little Rock kicks off our six-pack of million-dollar real estate transactions this week. read more >
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Acreage Adjoining Alotian Club Purchased in $19.8M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

An investor group, through Legacy Land & Timber LLC, purchased the 1,787-acre tract that wraps around the western and southern perimeter of the Alotian Golf Club. read more >

Rick Ferguson Lots in Sherwood Among $2.5M in Recent Deals

Rausch Coleman Mid-Ark LLC, an affiliate of Rausch Coleman Homes of Fayetteville, bought 29 lots in the Trammel Estates neighborhood of Sherwood for $930,900. read more >
Michael Marion, general manager of Verizon Arena, has been at the event facility since it opened, overseeing a census of events hosted including 376 concerts, 196 family shows with 522 performances and 311 graduations.
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The Arena Era: Venue Set the Stage for 20 Years of RedevelopmentLock Icon

Verizon Arena is recognized as the key that started a redevelopment engine for downtown North Little Rock. Celebrating its 20th birthday in October, the facility is touted as an $83 million, debt-free, financially self-sufficient showcase for central Arkansas events. read more >
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Sedgwick Building in WLR Sells For $4.45M

The Sedgwick Building at 400 Hardin Road in Little Rock sold on Jan. 9 for $4.45 million. read more >
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Tech Park Shows Off Phase II; Budget Expected in February

WER Architects/Planners unveils architectural renderings for the second phase of the $100 million, six-phase Little Rock Technology Park, which is designed to attract and retain startups and established tech companies. read more >
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Midtown Mini-Storage Attracts $9.5M Buyer (Real Deals)Lock Icon

An affiliate of Self-Storage Capital Partners of Philadelphia bought the 517-unit mini-storage project in midtown Little Rock from a group led by Paul Darden. read more >
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Tech Park Votes on Metrocentre Plan, Promotional Video

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board votes to approve a proposal to make dormant, rather than dissolve, the Metrocentre Improvement District, which has one outstanding bond attached to it. read more >
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Little Rock Tech Park Board Votes to End Lease at Markham Street

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board voted Wednesday to pay a $38,100 fee to terminate its lease and move out of its temporary space at 107 E. Markham St. by Feb. 28. read more >
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Little Rock Tech Park Board Endorses I-30 Plan

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board endorses the six-lane with four collector/distributor lanes "diamond" plan for the Interstate 30 corridor through Little Rock. read more >

Arkansas Business Power List 2016: Real Estate & Development

A real estate and development resource to help navigate the leadership of the largest Arkansas companies or institutions. read more >
The KATV building, at 401 Main Street, beside an empty lot, is also set to be part of the Little Rock Tech Park.
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Tech Park Talks Timeline with KATV; Mary Good to Step Down

Sinclair Broadcasting will need at least three years to move its Little Rock ABC affiliate, KATV Channel 7, from its building at Main and Fourth, Little Rock Technology Park Director Brent Birch told board members Wednesday. read more >
A rendering of the planned kitchen area in the Technology Park.
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Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

Having recently cleared its last property acquisition hurdle for phase one of the $100 million project, the Little Rock Technology Park Authority board now has full architect renderings in hand. read more >