Tagged: Jimmy Moses

Most of ACC Project Sells for $8.3M (Real Deals)

Most of ACC Project Sells for $8.3M (Real Deals)

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3rd & Commerce LLC, led by Rett Tucker and Jimmy Moses, sold its 44,898-SF piece of the Arkansas Capital Commerce Center at 200 River Market Ave. for $4.97 million and its adjoining parking deck for $3.32 million. read more >

Move-in Ready at Argenta Plaza

Move-in Ready at Argenta Plaza

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Two centerpieces of a $65 million construction boom surrounding the new Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock — the First Orion Building and 600 Main — opened for move-ins recently, just in time for workers to start moving out because of the coronavirus pandemic. read more >

Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself'

Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself'

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Argenta’s one square mile has anchored some $500 million in downtown commercial projects in the past 20 years with the dedication of Argenta Plaza highlighting the latest development efforts. read more >

Landlord Wants Gusano’s Pizzeria Out

Landlord Wants Gusano’s Pizzeria Out

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The landlord of Gusano’s Chicago Style Pizzeria in Little Rock's River Market says it needs some dough, and we’re not talking of the pizza variety. read more >

Arkansas Condo Developers Find Feet in Niche Market

Arkansas Condo Developers Find Feet in Niche Market

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Jimmy Moses believes condos will always be “a little bit different product,” but are now an important anchor in a vibrant downtown offering more dining, shopping and entertainment options. read more >

Tax Reform Poses Threat to Historic Preservation Program

Tax Reform Poses Threat to Historic Preservation Program

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Tax reform proposals wending their way through Congress threaten federal historic tax credits, financial incentives that Arkansas developers, government officials and historic preservationists say have been crucial to economic development efforts in the state. read more >