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Conway Airport Meeting Expectations

Conway Airport Meeting Expectations

Banking & FinanceTransportation

Almost five years after it opened, the Conway Municipal Airport at Cantrell Field is living up to expectations, city and economic development officials say. read more >

Conway Builders Enjoying Boom as City Expands

Conway Builders Enjoying Boom as City Expands

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The city of Conway is on the verge — if it hasn’t reached it yet — of a boom in commercial real estate availability. Just up Interstate 40 from Little Rock, the city has been the host of several recent development projects and is set to begin more in the coming years. read more >

Conway Hopes To Lure Business to New Airport at Cantrell Field

Conway Hopes To Lure Business to New Airport at Cantrell Field

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Nearly six months after the opening of the new Conway municipal airport, the facility is already buzzing with activity. The planners behind the project have also set their sights on the next steps to grow its role in the state and attract business. read more >

$30M Airport Intended to Spur Conway Economy

$30M Airport Intended to Spur Conway Economy

Transportation

Conway officials say the $30 million airport project will bring economic development to the city by attracting corporate customers, and it will solve serious safety issues present at the current site. read more >

Conway Reimagined For $100M And Change

Conway Reimagined For $100M And Change

TransportationCover Story

Tandem retail projects in Conway are poised to reshape the commercial landscape along Interstate 40. The biggest on the drawing board is Central Landing, a mixed-use redevelopment of the 151-acre municipal airport with a 750,000-SF lifestyle center. read more >

Laura Zurborg Grimes of Conway Development Corp. (Nonprofit Category Finalist)

Laura Zurborg Grimes of Conway Development Corp. (Nonprofit Category Finalist)

CFO of the Year

Conway’s nonprofit economic development organization, the Conway Development Corp., initially hired Laura Grimes in 2008 to manage the finances for a $32 million development project, that of the Hewlett-Packard Co. building at 355 Ledgelawn Drive. The project, which was completed in 2010, was part of how the city recruited HP to Conway. read more >