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Friday, November 10, 2017

North Little Rock to announce downtown development

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North Little Rock officials will announce a big economic development downtown at a news conference Monday.

A multi-story building for corporate headquarters of a "high-tech" company is promised at 520 Main Street. It would anchor Mayor Joe Smith's planned Argenta Plaza development.

Noted that North Little Rock City Council agenda for Monday includes an appropriation of $4 million  for construction of the plaza.

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