Central Arkansas Planners Think I-30 Proposal Costly, Inefficient

The state Highway Department’s $450 million plan to widen Interstate 30, a project that includes replacing the Arkansas River Bridge, is generating hand-wringing from area planners. While they acknowledge the need to widen the corridor, they think improving arterial roads in Little Rock and North Little Rock would be more efficient and less costly and would result in less urban sprawl. “I think everybody is pretty sure” that the Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department’s proposal will cost more than $450 million, said Jim McKenzie, the executive director of Metroplan, a voluntary association of local governments that serves as the metropolitan region’s planning agency. Metroplan isn’t th

Arkansas Companies Rank Among Inc.'s Fast Growing List

Seven Arkansas companies ranked among Inc. magazine's annual list of the 5,000 fastest-growing firms in the nation, with one, Team SI of Little Rock, in the top 500. "We’re honored to represent Arkansas on this prestigious Inc. 500 list," Tim Whitley, CEO of Team SI said in a news release. "We will continually invest in the technology and talent to provide innovative solutions and exceptional service to our clients." To qualify for the list, a company must have generated revenue of at least $100,000 in 2011 and at least $2 million in 2014. The list measures the companies’ revenue growth in the last three years and ranks on that percentage. According to the list, Team SI, a digital marketing

Some Hiccups, But Development Continues Along Main Street in Little Rock

About $100 million in new development is unfolding along Little Rock’s Main Street as developers bet on an influx of jobs and residents, according to an estimate by Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock. In approximately three years, those projects have included Moses Tucker's Mann Building, which opened in September 2013 and includes loft apartments and a restaurant; the newly opened CJRW building and the Jones Production offices soon to be completed across the street; and the Little Rock Tech Park, whose leaders are poised to make their first real estate acquisitions. It also includes the still-unfinished K Lofts and Main Street Lofts projects, two Scott Reed developments months behind s

"Architects of Place"

A look at Downtown Little Rock revitalization as seen through the eyes of these community leaders and developers. Video created by Downtown Little Rock Partnership and Station X under the direction of Becky Falkowski (DLRP, PR & Communications Director). Created for the DLRP 2011 Annual Luncheon featuring Fred Kent of Project for Public Spaces (PPS).



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