Tagged: Chaffee Crossing

Craft Brews Make Home in Fort Smith

Craft Brews Make Home in Fort Smith

Restaurants & Food

It was love that brought Quentin Willard back to Fort Smith, and it was love that led him, with business partner Brooke Elder, to found Fort Smith Brewing Co. read more >

Dry Spell for Fort Smith Brewing Set To End

Dry Spell for Fort Smith Brewing Set To End

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If the permits come through and everything falls into place, Fort Smith Brewing Co. should be up and running next year — the earlier the better, as far as Brooke Elder is concerned. read more >

Chaffee Crossing Continues Growth in Fort Smith

Chaffee Crossing Continues Growth in Fort Smith

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

While it seems today that Chaffee Crossing is one of those blessed developments that seems to fall into one handsome deal after another, Ivy Owen, the executive director of the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority in Fort Smith, remembers a much leaner time. read more >

Hugg & Hall Gets New Site in Fort Smith

Hugg & Hall Gets New Site in Fort Smith

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Super Properties III LLC, led by John Hugg and Robert Hall, bought a 16.2-acre property at 7101 S. Zero St. Hugg & Hall paid just shy of $2.5 million to Alawest-AL LLC. read more >

Investment, Jobs Buoy Fort Smith's Chaffee Crossing

Investment, Jobs Buoy Fort Smith's Chaffee Crossing

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Chaffee Crossing, the 7,000-acre Army surplus property in Fort Smith, continues to be a popular development destination in its new civilian life, playing host to a spate of expansion and relocation announcements during the past year. read more >

Developments Old, New Suit Fort Smith

Developments Old, New Suit Fort Smith

TransportationCover Story

Fort Smith is not only the site of the future U.S. Marshals Museum, but also nearly 1,000 new jobs (by 2021) and a new $30 million headquarters for ArcBest Corp. on the east side of town at Chaffee Crossing. read more >

Fort Smith Osteopathic School Picks Architect

Fort Smith Osteopathic School Picks Architect

Health Care

The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education of Fort Smith recently named Risley & Associates of Fort Smith as the lead architect to build the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine, a job estimated at $75 million. read more >