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eStem Junior High School at 123 W. Third St. in downtown Little Rock.
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School Transaction Adds Up to $4.5M (Real Deals)

E-Stem Public Charter Schools Inc. purchased its junior high building at 123 W. Third St. from Southern Landlord LLC, an affiliate of Arkadelphia’s Southern Bancorp. read more >
A Google Street View image of the Northgate Mini Storage facility at 503 and 520 Northgate Dr. in Jacksonville
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Mini-Storage Facility Unloaded for $3.7MLock Icon

A 621-unit mini-storage project in Jacksonville kicks off this week’s list of million-dollar real estate transactions in Pulaski County. read more >
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River Cities Tee Up New Venues (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Believe it or not, golf lovers may soon have their pick of not one, but two “off-course” golf entertainment venues in central Arkansas. read more >
Dr. James Thomas, center, discusses plans for  a $28 million entertainment venue at the former Wild River Country site in North Little Rock. He is flanked by Ronnie Robertson, managing director of Maly Construction, and Angie Perdue, architectural technician at the Conway firm.
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$28M Redo Teed Up for North Little Rock’s Wild River CountryLock Icon

Construction of a high-tech entertainment venue is on tap for the former site of the largest water park in Arkansas. read more >
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Canopy Apartments Visited by $16M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

A 240-unit apartment project in west Little Rock tipped the scales at $16.67 million. read more >
North Little Rock’s Wild River Country is under new ownership after a $1.5 million foreclosure sale.
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Wild River Country Gets New OwnerLock Icon

JTS Capital Realty 3 LLC, an affiliate of JTS Capital Group of Waco, Texas, recovered the North Little Rock water theme park at a $1.5 million foreclosure sale. read more >
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New Rides Coming to Wild River Country in 2015

Wild River Country in Little Rock has some new rides to usher in the 2015 season and celebrate 30 years of business. read more >
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Wild River Country Turns Cold Shoulder on Snow Maker

Wild River Country's attempt at bringing snow rides to the park resulted in “substantial additional costs and expenses and [it] suffered catastrophic damages, both financially and to its reputation," according to court filings by its attorney, David Grace of North Little Rock. read more >
“We want to come in and be known as the new Wild River Country,” said Chris Shillcutt, vice president of operations at the water park.
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New Owners Jump Into Wild River Country With Big Plans

After years spent sailing choppy financial waters that included a trip to bankruptcy court, Wild River Country in North Little Rock looks to right itself with new owners who promise to pump money into the 28-year-old water park. read more >
Summer visitors ride the Cyclone at Wild River Country in North Little Rock.
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Here’s How Much Aquapark Paid for Wild River Country

Here's how much quapark Holdings LLC, led by Morton Fishman of Riviera Beach, Fla., paid for Wild River Country, the 29-acre water park at 6820 Crystal Hill Road. read more >
Chris Shillcut, the vice president of operations at Wild River Country in Little Rock.
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Wild River Country Reportedly Sold, New Manager Named

North Little Rock water park Wild River Country has been acquired by a company called Aquapark and is now under new management, according to a press release. read more >