Tagged: Kroger

Colony West Center Sells for $8.5M

Colony West Center Sells for $8.5M

Restaurants & Food

While helping Natural Capital get into the affordable housing market, Cushman & Wakefield/Sage Partners also brokered an $8.54 million sale of Little Rock’s Colony West Shopping Center in late January. read more >

Grocery Store Applications for Wine Permits Pour Into ABC

Grocery Store Applications for Wine Permits Pour Into ABC

WhispersRestaurants & Food

The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division began accepting applications for grocery store wine permits one week ago, a development permitted by the Legislature’s passage this year of Act 508, which allows grocery stores in “wet” counties to sell an expanded selection of wine. read more >

Harps Expands Amid Competition from Wal-Mart, Kroger, Others

Harps Expands Amid Competition from Wal-Mart, Kroger, Others

Restaurants & Food

Harps sold $708 million worth of groceries in the fiscal year that ended in August, enough to make it one of the 15 largest private companies based in Arkansas but a rounding factor for Wal-Mart Stores Inc., headquartered 18 miles away in Bentonville. read more >

WLR Office Building Draws $4.5M Sale (Real Deals)

WLR Office Building Draws $4.5M Sale (Real Deals)

Real DealsBanking & FinanceHealth Care

The 333 Executive Court Building in west Little Rock tipped the scales at $4.5 million. A west Little Rock congregation expanded its holdings in a $3.65 million deal for a neighboring 45,528-SF grocery store. And two Little Rock nonprofits were on either side of a $1.11 million transaction. read more >

Supermarket Scouts Sniff Out Sherwood Sites

Supermarket Scouts Sniff Out Sherwood Sites

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Harps Food Stores Inc. of Springdale had the idea first, but its long delay in getting a store out of the ground on Highway 107 in north Pulaski County has encouraged competitors to start sniffing around. read more >

EEOC Filing Fewer Discrimination Cases In Arkansas

EEOC Filing Fewer Discrimination Cases In Arkansas

LegalRestaurants & Food

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed only two lawsuits in the state this calendar year, continuing a recent trend line. In 2011, the EEOC filed six lawsuits in Arkansas’ federal courts and three the following year. Last year, the EEOC filed only two lawsuits against companies operating in the state. read more >

Brinkley Kroger Keeps Lease Despite Competitor Becoming New Landlord

Brinkley Kroger Keeps Lease Despite Competitor Becoming New Landlord

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The 70,400-SF Pinecrest Shopping Center in Brinkley was sold at auction back in May. The buyer in that $975,000 deal was Edprop Development Co. LLC, an affiliate of Edwards Food Giant. The purchase made Steve Edwards, president of the Marianna-based grocery chain, a landlord to a competitor: Kroger. read more >