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Eastwood Apartments Tops $3.8M Mark (Real Deals)

The 96-unit apartment project in Jacksonville weighed in at $3.85 million. read more >
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Church Pays $1.9M For P.F. Chang’s Site (Real Deals)

Temple Baptist Church of Little Rock purchased the 7,931-SF project at 317 S. Shackleford Road from Anchor Realty Investments LLC, led by Alan Bubbus. read more >
Blake Jackson, managing partner of the Monde Group
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Monde Group Unveils $30M Sylvana Project around Rockwater

Phase 2 of the 41-acre Esplanade District in North Little Rock on the Arkansas River will encompass a quartet of four-story apartment buildings and a rooftop bar. read more >
Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
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Fed Expects to Call Hundreds of Witnesses in USDA Fraud CaseLock Icon

It looks like the criminal trial involving four sisters in their 70s who are accused of defrauding the federal government is going to be a big one. read more >
Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
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All in the Family: 4 Sisters Accused of $11.5M FraudLock Icon

A federal grand jury in Arkansas has charged the sisters, who are all in their 70s, with cheating the U.S. Department of Agriculture out of millions of dollars intended for minority farmers who had suffered discrimination in USDA programs. read more >
Jim Jackson and his wife, Lisa Ferrell, are developers of Rockwater Village in North Little Rock.
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Rockwater Village Draws More Residents

The North Little Rock residential development along the Arkansas River proves appeal of traditional homes. read more >
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St. Louis Fed Names NLR Developer to Industry Council

Lisa Ferrell of North Little Rock has been named to the Real Estate Industry Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. read more >
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Rockwater Village Named Among Southern Living’s ‘Inspired Communities’

Rockwater Village of North Little Rock has been named among Southern Living magazine's "Southern Living Inspired Communities." read more >
Mike Sells
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Sells Agency Lands 2 Local Developments, Indiana Bank

Three new clients have hired the Sells Agency of Little Rock to lead their research and marketing efforts, including two local residential developments and an Indiana bank that is one of the oldest national banks in the United States. read more >
Orbea CEO Jon Fernández celebrates the company's new North American headquarters with a "wood-cutting" ceremony.
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Bike-Maker Orbea Marks HQ Move North of the River

Orbea of Mallabia, Spain, on Thursday celebrated its new North American headquarters at The Works at Rockwater at 700 W. Broadway St. in North Little Rock. read more >
Lisa Ferrell and Jim Jackson, standing, of North Bluffs Development Corp., look over building plans with future Rockwater residents. Seated left to right: Ashley Russell, Michele and Wayne Hardy. | (Photo by Michael Pirnique)
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North Little Rock’s Rockwater Residences Poised for Relaunch

The opening round of single-family development is about to launch at Rockwater Village in North Little Rock. Seven of the 33 lots are under contract to future residents of the riverside neighborhood. read more >