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Friday, March 10, 2017

Simmons Bank buys Acxiom building in downtown Little Rock

Posted By on Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 11:22 AM

click to enlarge NEW OWNER: Acxiom Building.
  • NEW OWNER: Acxiom Building.

Arkansas Business reports that Simmons First National Bank
of Pine Bluff has acquired the Acxiom headquarters building in the River Market neighborhood.

Acxiom was only occupying a small portion of the building and those employees will move to Conway, where the company originally had headquarters. The purchase — price undisclosed — will consolidate some 200 Simmons employees at other locations in Little Rock.

The sale is a boon to local governments, particularly city schools. The city floated a tax-free bond issue for building construction and the deal included a total tax abatement as an incentive for the development downtown. With the sale back to a private party, the property should return to the tax rolls.

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