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Monday, June 26, 2017

Exciting Downtown Property Available

Posted By on Mon, Jun 26, 2017 at 10:13 AM

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The Department of Arkansas Heritage has vacated downtown’s venerable Tower Building at 4th and Center streets. Graham Catlett—lawyer, lobbyist and owner of the Tower Building—is redesigning one floor to accommodate smaller users, anyone from a group of attorneys to a tech startup. The Tower Building is just a block from the Tech Park, and at $14 a sq. foot, considerably cheaper than other downtown buildings. Fiber-optic T1 DSL runs throughout the building.

Other space will be remodeled to accommodate a larger user and retain a more open floor plan. Space is available starting anywhere from 400 square feet to 40,000 square feet.

Tower Building tenants enjoy walkability to downtown restaurants, courthouses and the River Market. Building amenities include two restaurants, a barbershop, convenience store, dry cleaner and covered parking.

Get leasing information.

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Brenda McKown
501-725-8465
bmckown@catlett.net

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