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Developer Chris Moses Discloses The Pros of Working With His Family

Chris Moses, who grew up in Little Rock, worked at Moses Tucker Real Estate after college and after stints as a senior retail adviser at Healstone Investment Real Estate in Irvine, California, 2003-08, and Marcus & Millichap of Atlanta, 2008-11. He earned a bachelor’s in real estate finance from Arizona State University in Tempe in 2000 and a master’s in real estate development from Clemson University in South Carolina in 2011. In July 2013, Chris Moses became president and CEO of Moses Tucker Real Estate, founded by his father, Jimmy. What is your favorite part of being a real estate developer? Seeing a building built where there was once an empty lot or seeing a vacant building renovated.

New Owners Plan Renovations to Fayetteville's EJ Ball Building

Specialized Real Estate Group of Fayetteville and Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock announced Wednesday the purchase of the E.J. Ball Building in Fayetteville. The seven-story, nearly 58,000-SF tower is adjacent to the Fayetteville Square and near the Block Street retail district, startup incubators and the Fayetteville Farmers' Market. "There's a lack of Class-A office space in downtown Fayetteville, and this building offers panoramic views and proximity to Arkansas' best farmers' market," Jeremy Hudson, SREG's CEO, said in a news release. "We are thrilled to partner with Moses Tucker, who have reinvented downtown Little Rock, and we can't wait to make EJ Ball a point of pride for Fay

SREG, Moses Tucker Partner to Acquire E.J. Ball Building

Specialized Real Estate Group of Fayetteville and Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock announced Wednesday the purchase of the 57,972-SF E.J. Ball Building at 112 W. Center St. in Fayetteville. The two companies announced the acquisition of Fayetteville’s largest office tower in a joint news release. The deal was completed Tuesday and purchase price was not included. The seven-story tower, named for a former University of Arkansas law and business professor, was built in 1965 and has a most recent appraisal of $4.58 million. It sits at the northwest corner of the downtown square in Fayetteville. Ball Plaza Holdings LLC, led by Ted Belden, was the previous owner. The current occupancy rate

EJ Ball building under new ownership in downtown Fayetteville

One of the tallest buildings in town is under new ownership. The EJ Ball Building, located at 112 W. Center Street in downtown Fayetteville, was recently purchased by local developers Specialized Real Estate and Little Rock firm Moses Tucker Real Estate. Specialized announced the purchase on the company’s website Wednesday, but did not disclose the sale price. The transaction hadn’t been processed or added to the Washington County records database as of early Wednesday afternoon. The partners purchased the building from Ball Plaza Holdings, LLC, a company registered to local businessman Ted Belden. The seven-story building is home to several companies, including local restaurants Fresco and

A New Day for Fayetteville's Tallest Office Tower

Specialized Real Estate Group of Fayetteville and Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock are pleased to announce the purchase of the EJ Ball Building in Fayetteville. The seven-story tower is adjacent to the Fayetteville Square and near the Block Street retail district, startup incubators, and the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market. “In keeping with our mission of building healthy places, we are excited about the possibilities to reinvent EJ Ball,” said Jeremy Hudson, SREG CEO. “There’s a lack of Class A office space in downtown Fayetteville, and this building offers panoramic views and proximity to Arkansas’ best farmers’ market. We are thrilled to partner with Moses Tucker, who have reinvented

Owners Discuss Plans for Downtown Springdale Property

About two years since downtown Springdale saw an influx of private investment on and around Emma Avenue, a few property owners have brought their projects to fruition and others are starting to divulge their development plans. It looks like the early stages of something people have long fought for — a development boom in downtown Springdale. Previous revitalization efforts have fizzled. But this one is bolstered by investments from Tyson Foods Inc. and a Walton family interest, and the consensus in the neighborhood is that, this time, it’s the real deal. A 2015 Walton Family Foundation study showed the Razorback Greenway paved bike trail funnels about 1,000 people per week onto Emma Avenue,

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