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UA’s Growth Fuels Student Housing Rush

Enrollment growth at the UA has prompted some major investments in the apartment market. read more >
John Kendrick, director of business development for Landmark Properties Inc., which operates Cottages on Hollywood in Fayetteville, said the student housing complex is faring relatively well despite the pandemic.
Education / Real Estate

Student Housing Surviving Pandemic HitLock Icon

Student housing operations in Fayetteville have seen only modest drops in occupancy, and in cases where campuses have closed residence halls, occupancy has increased. read more >
Parking lots remained empty last week at Pinnacle Hills in Rogers, home to the Hunt Tower, left, and Northgate Plaza.
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Landlords, Tenants Share Boat as Bills Roll InLock Icon

For landlords, reduced business activity and unemployment growth threaten to affect rent collections, either from commercial enterprises or from residential tenants. read more >
The 232 acres, outlined in approximate dimensions above, sits near Kessler Mountain Regional Park in Fayetteville.
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Razorback Foundation Makes $6M Deal (NWA Real Deals)Lock Icon

The Razorback Foundation sold 232 acres in south Fayetteville for $6 million to Ashton McCombs, president of the water treatment company Phigenics. read more >
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Former Hogs Play New Game: Real EstateLock Icon

Former Arkansas Razorbacks football stars like Jim Lindsey and Bill McClard have made real estate their second careers. Some, like former Hog and NBA player Joe Kleine, are happy to be investors. read more >
Tim Brisiel of Fayetteville, an eager investor in older complexes, bought the Colonial Arms (top) and Oakwood Place apartments recently for $5 million.
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Low Vacancy in Fayetteville Makes Even Older Properties Stay in High Demand

The more beds that go into Fayetteville, the more beds Fayetteville seems to need, and that means even older multifamily properties are still in demand. read more >
Jim Lindsey, once a football star for the Razorbacks, became a northwest Arkansas legend in land development.

Business Icons: Jim Lindsey Builds Real Estate Empire from Toughness

An initial investment from money made playing football led to a real estate career that spawned a development conglomerate — made up of such companies as Lindsey & Associates and Lindsey Management — that oversees 145 apartment complexes throughout the mid-South. read more >
Lyndy Lindsey: “Dad is fair — you work your butt off, you get rewarded. That is how he has always been. That is the foundation.” | (Photo by Beth Hall)
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Lindsey Co. Faces Changing Market as Golf Course Demand Drops

Golf courses are not nearly as popular as they were 10 to 20 years ago and Lindsey Management is smart enough to adapt. There are approximately 42 Lindsey golf courses, most affiliated with an apartment complex, but there are some standalone courses. read more >
Jim Lindsey hasn’t given serious thought to retiring and says he still gets energized by work.
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Real Estate Tycoon Jim Lindsey Still Has Goal Lines to Reach

Jim Lindsey’s success story is chronicled in a 34-minute Clint Fullen documentary narrated by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones that will premier Wednesday at the UARK Bowl in Fayetteville. read more >