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The Ledger office building in downtown Bentonville
Business Services / Construction / Investments / Real Estate

Bentonville Developer of The Ledger Never Blinked as Crises RoseLock Icon

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused turmoil and operational adjustments in the business world, but real estate developers said the office market shouldn’t change much in northwest Arkansas. read more >
The Ledger office building in downtown Bentonville
Construction / Real Estate / Small Business

Office Project Advances Without WeWork

WeWork of New York City is no longer associated with the 230,000-SF office building, now called The Ledger, currently under construction in downtown Bentonville. read more >
Construction

WeWork Labs Will Launch in Northwest Arkansas

WeWork Labs of New York City will hold a launch for its northwest Arkansas program Oct. 29 in Bentonville. read more >
Construction

Developers Submit Plans for WeWork Building

Plans for a 228,000-SF office and mixed-used building in downtown Bentonville were submitted to the city Monday. You can see plans for the project right here. read more >
Education / Media & Marketing

The Medium Is the Message (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

A good book will always be better than a bad podcast, of which there are many. read more >
Business Services / Construction / Public Companies / Real Estate

WeWork Plows Ahead in Northwest ArkansasLock Icon

Bentonville developer Josh Kyles said his planned 200,000-SF office building in downtown Bentonville is progressing despite the doom and gloom surrounding partner WeWork of New York. read more >
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Education / Investments / Media & Marketing / Public Companies / Restaurants & Food

Rewarding Failure (Editorial)

From Wells Fargo to the Razorbacks, severance packages are getting heavy for those given the heave-ho. read more >
From left to right, WeWork co-founder Miguel McKelvey, Bentonville Mayor Stephanie Orman, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Graham Cobb. 
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Bentonville WeWork Still a GoLock Icon

A planned 200,000-SF WeWork office project in downtown Bentonville should not be affected by the turmoil surrounding the parent company. read more >
Regus offers this coworking space, as well as virtual offices and other flexible workspaces, on the 17th floor of the Regions Center in downtown Little Rock .
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Flexible Workspaces Meet Business Needs

Flexible workspaces are attracting businesses of all sizes because they offer affordable short-term leases, collaboration, networking and a professional aesthetic along with a turnkey setup, according to providers in Arkansas. read more >
“We think about the local community; we highlight local businesses. If it doesn’t look and operate like Bentonville, then we haven’t done our jobs.” - Bobby Condon, general manager, WeWork
Business Services / Construction / Media & Marketing / Real Estate / Small Business

WeWork Wants Space With Bentonville FlavorLock Icon

WeWork is a 9-year-old New York company that builds and runs shared office spaces in more than 100 cities worldwide. It announced April 1 that it would expand its operations to Bentonville at a soon-to-be-developed space at 224 S. Main St. that it hopes to open in 2021. read more >
From left to right, WeWork co-founder Miguel McKelvey, Bentonville Mayor Stephanie Orman, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Graham Cobb. 
Real Estate / Small Business

WeWork Plans 200,000-SF Complex in Bentonville

WeWork, the New York City-based company that provides workplaces for startups, freelancers and other organizations, announced Monday that it will add a 200,000-SF location on South Main Street in Bentonville. read more >