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Arkansas Contractors Forecast Trends, ConcernsLock Icon

Business remains good for Arkansas’ commercial contractors, but high interest rates and costs cause concern. read more >

Flats at SoMa: VA Hospital-Turned-Housing Redevelopment Set to Open Summer 2024

Pace Burt’s 11-story Flats at SoMa is set to open this spring in the old Veterans Affairs Hospital in Little Rock. read more >
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Cost to Put Apartments in VA Hospital: $19.7MLock Icon

A new detail in PR Contractors LLC's plan to build 168 apartments in the former Veterans Administration Hospital in Little Rock. read more >
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Arkansas Business Year in Review: Best & Worst of 2022

The highs and lows of a year in Arkansas business. read more >
Pace Burt of Albany, Georgia, has made a career of redeveloping historic properties like the old VA Hospital in Little Rock.
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Old VA Hospital Redevelopment Poised for Final Push

Pace Burt of Albany, Georgia, is entering year three of the $25 million redevelopment of the old Veterans Affairs Hospital in Little Rock, set to finish by Dec. 31, 2023. read more >
Michael Orndorff is building a 17,100-SF, $1.9 million town square that he hopes will revitalize the Pettaway neighborhood in Little Rock.
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Developers Bringing New Life to LR’s Pettaway NeighborhoodLock Icon

The area south of Interstate 630 to East Roosevelt Road and west of I-30 to Main Street is where a multimillion-dollar apartment project is taking shape. read more >
The AT&T Building at 1111 W. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock
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AT&T Building Awaits VA Hospital Redevelopment

Pace Burt's $2 million purchase of the 10-story AT&T Building in downtown Little Rock sets the stage for transforming the office tower into apartments. read more >
Pace Burt, a Georgia-based developer who recently bought the old VA hospital in Little Rock, has big plans for the property.
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New Life for Old VA Hospital?Lock Icon

The former 1,234-bed Veterans Administration hospital at 300 E. Roosevelt Road in downtown Little Rock is awaiting a new name to accompany a change of ownership. read more >