The town of Lowell recently issued a commercial construction allowance valued at $7.28 million. The allow is being used to develop an 84,565-square-foot building at 407 N. Goad Springs Road, north of the Lowell go out along southbound Interstate 49.
Sixty-five million in September 2017. The land belongs to IDO Arkansas LLC of Tulsa, Okla., led via Robert D. Stephens. IDO bought two parcels totaling 18.03 acres for $1. Directline Logistics LLC led via Steven C. Barrett, sold five.01 acres and the property of Edna Robbins offered thirteen.02 acres.
IDO is partnering with Cushman & Wakefield/Sage Partners in Rogers to broaden the property with a couple of speculative business/flex office space buildings. The development is referred to as Centergate Business Park. C.R. Crawford Construction of Fayetteville is the contractor. GH2 Architects of Tulsa is a building fashion designer.
A four,958-rectangular-foot retail building in Fayetteville was offered recently in a sale-leaseback deal worth $3.Nine million. The deal equals $786.60 in keeping with square feet.
A group of traders led by using Murray Benton and Steve May of Jonesboro bought the 1.19-acre Kum & Go store at 2388 N. College Ave., on the nook of East Township Street. Iowa-primarily based comfort keep operator Kum & become the vendor. The business enterprise has entered into a preliminary 15-12 months rent (absolute net) with the brand new owner. The annual hire is $228,150. A 7.Five% hire increase is effective every five years for the initial 15-12 months lease. Tyler Dingel and David Erskine with CBRE were the list marketers. Waco Title Co. Of Springdale become the named agent.
The town of Bentonville recently issued a commercial building permit valued at $three.21 million. The permit is for the construction of an approximately 17,500-square-foot construction at 2300 S.E. S St.
Sam’s Club, which operates as the warehouse club subsidiary of Walmart Inc., is the owner. The building may be used for an organization-sponsored toddler care facility, Sam’s Club Kids’ Club.
Nabholz Corp. Rogers is the building contractor. Page Southerland Page Inc. Houston is the building fashion designer.
The facility will maintain about one hundred seventy kids and toddlers, infants, 2-year-olds, pre-K, and kindergarten prep.
Bright Horizons, a Watertown, Mass.-based totally corporate childcare company, has been decided to manipulate the programs and offer to staff for the facility.
The metropolis of Rogers lately issued an industrial construction allowance worth $1.36 million. The allow is getting used to construct an eight,192-rectangular-foot retail construction at 2401 W. Pleasant Grove Road.
National tire store Discount Tire Co. Is the owner and tenant. The organization paid $1—four million for the 1.86-acre lot closing yr. C.R. Crawford of Fayetteville is the main development.
A 4,867-square-foot residence in Phase IV of the gated Pinnacle community in Rogers lately sold for $985,469. The buy rate equals $202—forty-seven per square foot.
Nelson and Susan Peacock sold the West Oxford Drive house from Tyler and Murray Austin, trustees of the Austin Trust Agreement. Wells Fargo Bank sponsored the deal with a 30-yr loan of $595,000. Sherry Hardie with Coldwell Banker Harris McHaney Faucette changed into the listing agent. Waco Title Co. Of Springdale changed into the named agent.
The five-bedroom home turned into constructed in 2011 and was appraised in 2018 for $809,800. Austin offered the house and zero.51-acre lot in May 2013 from J. Taylor and Mindy Gordy for $810,000. Gordy offered the property in November 2010 from Mave Associates LP for $one hundred twenty,000. Have bought the lot and four others in May 2005 from Tallchamps LLC for $562,000.
HYLAND PARK PROPERTY
A 4,607-square-foot house in Phase II of Fayetteville’s Hyland Park neighborhood has been bought for $920,000. The buy fee equals $199.Sixty-nine consistent with rectangular foot.
BSS LLC, directed via Sam Mathias and Gina Maddox, organized tenants in commonplace partnership to buy the 2-acre belongings on North Canterbury Road.
Elsie Sexton, a widow of the past due to Dr. G.A. Sexton, become the vendor. Armstrong Bank in Springdale provided financing with an 18-month loan of $1 million. Sexton paid $14,606 for the land in 1979. The house changed into built-in 1984.
A 19, one hundred twenty-five-rectangular-foot industrial construction in Springdale’s Industrial Park Plaza has a new proprietor after a sale worth $850,000.
John and Patricia Kendrick bought the Class B warehouse at 1209 ESI Drive. Upside Down Cow LLC, whose individuals include Dustin Weber and Walter Wight, become the seller. Lee Ward with Realty Concepts in Fayetteville changed into the listing agent. The unmarried-story building was built in 1979.
A 0. Ninety-eight-acre industrial lot in Fayetteville’s CMN Business Park addition these days bought for $341,504. The buy fee equals $eight, consistent with square feet.
Lenders Title Co. South Dakota-based Black Hills Energy offered the lot from Trends LLC, controlled using Fayetteville homebuilder Mark Marquess. In Fayetteville turned into the title agent.
The land is off North Plainview Avenue adjacent to a 50,708-rectangular-foot office building at 655 E. Millsap Road. The Black Hills, the constructing’s number one tenant, paid $eight.Four million for constructing this past November. Millsap Road Investments Co. LLC, led with the aid of some of the traders, inclusive of participants of Little Rock-primarily based Flake & Kelley Commercial real property company led via Hank Kelley and John Flake, changed into the vendor. A Black Hills spokesperson stated the land turned into bought for the capability improvement of extra parking.