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Arkansas Money and Politics, August 5, 2020

Sporting goods store Trader Bill’s will soon have a home in Little Rock, according to a Facebook post by architecture designer company Black Corley Owens & Hughes on Tuesday afternoon.

TERRAFORMA and NEWMARK MOSES TUCKER PARTNERS  Announces Development in Argenta District

July 25, 2019

Construction will begin in the next few weeks on a 244-unit, upscale apartment complex to be known as THE VUE. The $35.6 million development is a joint venture between local developers TERRAFORMA and NEWMARK MOSES TUCKER PARTNERS (NMTP). The project will be located on a 6-acre site, situated on the north bank of the Arkansas River just west of the Broadway Bridge.

Lasiter Group Announces New SoMa Development

Arkansas Business

OCTOBER 6, 2017

The Lasiter Group of Little Rock announced Friday plans for a new multifamily development, the Villa View at SoMa, in the 1300 block of Scott Street in Little Rock.

The multimillion-dollar development will be in the South Main area of Little Rock. It's expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018.


Beer & Bowling Set for a Capitol Avenue Christmas

Arkansas Business


A construction crew was busy last week bringing life to the Fassler Hall-Dust Bowl Lanes project on East Capitol Avenue in downtown Little Rock.

Remodeling is underway on both buildings — Fassler Hall at 307 E. Capitol, the old Paragon Printing building, owned by Central Arkansas Water, and the Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge at 315 E. Capitol next door, in the former M.M. Eberts American Legion Post.


Little Rock Looks Up: 7 Downtown Projects Set to Open by Year's End

Arkansas Business

MAY 3, 2017

A flurry of behind-the-scenes activity indicates a restart is in the works for a key part of the Creative Corridor in downtown Little Rock.

Gallery: LR/NLR projects to keep an eye on in 2017

Arkansas Dem Gaz

JANUARY 3, 2017


In 2017, commercial development in Little Rock and North Little Rock will target the way residents eat, play and live — from dining on grub new to the area to witnessing the revitalization of once thriving parts of Arkansas' capital city. Here is a partial look at what's to come this year….


Little Rock building to get $10M makeover; office, residential, retail spaces planned east of I-30

Arkansas Dem Gaz 

December 17, 2016


Cromwell Architects Engineers and Moses Tucker Real Estate plan a $10 million mixed-use redevelopment of the two-story Sterling Paint building at Sixth and Shall streets in Little Rock…


CCG President Jonathan Shively said his company has worked on historic rehabilitation projects like the restaurant ad residential space now available at 615 Main St. and the Mann on Main at Fourth and Main streets.


“I like all our projects, I love building any project, but the one you have the most pride in are the ones like this where you embrace the old architecture,” Shively said. “Look at the way this is built, it’s a lot of fun to save the building.”


Element hotel opening in Bentonville in August 2017, will add 107 rooms to the region

Talk Business and Politics

Earlier this month hotel developer Bentonville Hospitality Group broke ground on a new 107-room boutique hotel in Bentonville that will be branded as the Element by Westin. It is the first new hotel construction in that city since the 21C opened in 2013.

The project is expected to cost about $10 million with $850,000 of that in land costs. The controlling owner of the project is Shash Goyal the CEO of I Square Management in Little Rock. Goyal purchased the 3.38-acre lot behind the Cracker Barrel, off Interstate 49 in Bentonville in December for $850,000, according to county real estate records. The official address of the project is 3401 Medlin Lane, Bentonville. The construction permit has been approved by the city with work valued at $9.166 million. Goyal confirmed for Talk Business & Politics that the project is costing upwards of $10 million.


Pie Five Pizza Opening in Benton

Arkansas Business Staff 

Oct. 28, 2015


Pie Five Pizza is opening its first Arkansas location on Friday at Hurricane Creek Village shopping center in Benton, where it will serve handcrafted, made-to-order pizzas.


Moses Tucker Breaks Ground on $5M Apartment Project

Arkansas Business

Tuesday, Jul. 7, 2015

Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock broke ground on Monday on a 36-unit apartment project in the city's historic MacArthur Park District.

The project, Legion Village, sits along Rock Street between Capitol and Sixth. It will include 36 rental units and the renovation of the MM Ebert’s Legion Post No. 1 into 7,500 SF of commercial/restaurant space. Total development cost will be more than $5 million, the firm said.

Plans for Downtown Little Rock Bowling Alley, Beer Hall Progress

Arkansas Business

Monday, Apr. 25, 2016

The former American Legion post at 315 E. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock will become Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge if development proceeds as planned. A project to transform two adjacent buildings in downtown Little Rock into a bowling alley, bar and beer hall complex has cleared one approval hurdle and faces a couple more but is moving forward.


Cromwell Adds $472K 'East Village' Property to Portfolio

Arkansas Business

April 18, 2016

Cromwell Architects Engineers of Little Rock has added to its holdings along East Sixth Street, an area targeted for revitalization that its backers are calling "East Village."

The architecture firm, through its limited liability corporation called 1212 East Sixth and led by Dan Fowler, has purchased a nearly 22,000-SF warehouse at 1212 E. 6th St. for $472,500.


Fulk-Democrat Building to Be Redone as Apartments

Arkansas Business

Thursday, Jun. 25, 2015


Moses Tucker Real Estate has broken ground on a 14,000-SF apartment and retail project in the Fulk-Democrat Building in downtown Little Rock’s Main Street Creative Corridor. The $2 million project, anticipated to be completed in spring 2016, consists of eight loft-style apartments with retail on the ground floor, anchored by Raimondo Winery.

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