Tagged: Richard Mays

Russellville Waits for Intermodal Splash

Russellville Waits for Intermodal Splash

LegalTransportation

Lawsuits over multiple environmental studies have been part of the holdup keeping a $50 million intermodal facility from being built south of Russellville on the banks of the Arkansas River. read more >

Tech Park Closes on Phase 1 Properties

Tech Park Closes on Phase 1 Properties

Technology & Telecom

Renovation for the first phase of the planned Little Rock Technology Park is expected to begin in April after tech park board members on Monday signed closing documents to purchase properties along Main Street. read more >

Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

Tech Park Moving From Concept to Physical Reality

LegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Having recently cleared its last property acquisition hurdle for phase one of the $100 million project, the Little Rock Technology Park Authority board now has full architect renderings in hand. read more >

Update: Tech Park, Richard Mays Settle on Price

Update: Tech Park, Richard Mays Settle on Price

LegalTechnology & Telecom

The board will pay Mays $1.037 million for the 10,000-SF property, with both sides agreeing to drop law suits. It met late Tuesday afternoon and voted to extend the offer which Mays accepted. read more >

Tech Park Offers $845,000 for Mays Building

Tech Park Offers $845,000 for Mays Building

Technology & Telecom

The Little Rock Tech Park Authority Board voted Monday to make an $845,000 offer on Richard Mays’ property at 415 Main St., the final piece needed for the first phase of the park. read more >

Red Alert Makes 3rd Offer for Rogers Archive: $18M Plus Stock

Red Alert Makes 3rd Offer for Rogers Archive: $18M Plus Stock

Banking & FinanceLegal

Red Alert Media Matrix Inc. makes a new — and substantially lower offer — to purchase the assets of embattled photo and sports memorabilia dealer John Rogers. The shell company offered $28 million cash in April and a billion shares of stock; its original January bid was $59 million in cash. read more >