Monday, November 21, 2016

Arkansas Business: Simmons Bank looking at Acxiom building

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Arkansas Business reports today that Simmons First National Bank of Pine Bluff is believed to be looking at the Acxiom building downtown. It's for sale, but nobody's commenting.

Acxiom is only occupying a small portion of the building it built in 2003, with executive offices in other states. It would likely remain as a leasing tenant after a sale, I've been led to understand.

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