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  1. Wow, there are not wasting anytime with opening this location. When is the grand opening?
  2. Would love for that to happen. The location by the river and the large space would be perfect for it.
  3. I hate that they didn’t keep at least some remnants of Cajun’s decor. I hope a unique venue such as House of Blues or a big national brand will take over the space.
  4. I’ve posted this under the Restaurant Development in Little Rock discussion thread. Maybe a venue similar to Cajun’s would open in that spot. Just hope it’s something unique like Cajun’s was and not just a Mexican restaurant.
  5. There was a little article on the Arkansas Business site that states a restaurant and entertainment venue wants to rent the former Cajun’s Wharf’s site. Anybody knows what the name of this venue?
  6. Not too impressed with another Japanese restaurant. I was expecting something unique like Ruth Chris Steakhouse that was rumored to go in the former Del Frisco Grille.
  7. You’re correct. Dillard’s was suppose to come to the Promenade but back out at the last minute. I’ve recently contact mall management regarding new development at the center and was told that a tenant will anchor the shopping center on the Southwest Side of the shopping center across from Home Goods but could not released any other details at this time. I’m wonder what tenant could it be?
  8. Just saw an updated site plan of the development which shows an upscale apartment in the works of being built next to the Tru by Hilton hotel. Personally, I disagree with this decision due to the fact that no one would like to pay upscale prices in a commercial zone area. We got enough upscale apartments (ex: Bowman Pointe, Fountains Bleau, Park Avenue Lofts) around the city.
  9. So now that Trader’s Joes is in a process of opening a West Little Rock location, will this encourage other retailers (ex: Costco) to make their first Arkansas debut in the city. I still would love to see Costco open a location in West Little Rock or near the Gateway Town Center.
  10. Does anyone know how’s the AMC Chenal 9 theater performing? There’s very little talk of the rebranded theater
  11. At one point, Simon Property was going to build a 1.1 million square foot mall similar to one in Des Moines, IA at the site that Shackleford Crossing occupies but private organizations and some citizens oppose the plan stating it would hurt Park Plaza and the now defunct University Mall. The Summit Mall was supposed to have JCPenny, Sears, Dillard’s, and at one point Neiman Marcus. I really wish Simon would make the Summit Mall development a reality. We would have stores and restaurants still not present in the market such as Cheesecake Factory, Trader Joe’s, etc. The Shackleford Crossing Center is a failed development especially the main corridor of the development between Wal- Mart and JCPenny is dead with some of the spaces had not been occupied since the shopping center opened in 2007. Park Plaza, the only traditional indoor mall in Little Rock beside MCCain Mall in North Little Rock, still have a decent selection of stores despite the competition from nearby shopping centers but it’s too small especially since H&M took majority of the space. The Promenade At Chenal is a nice upscale neighborhood mall but it’s too remote and too small compare to the Summit Mall proposal. A lot of high profile retailers and restaurants prefer to be in a large shopping mall where the foot traffic is more dense and visibility is greater.
  12. Any update to this development in terms what specific restaurants, shops, or hotel in store for the proposed District at Midtown?
  13. I agree. There’s very limited food options at the mall right now. I hope they open at lease one decent full service restaurant in the mall for mall patrons to eat.
  14. I hardly ever see anybody shop in this store at the time I visit the Outlet Mall. I wish mall management would bring Lego Store, Disney Store, or some sort of non-traditional stores not seen in the metro to the Outlet Mall. This would bring more foot traffic to the mall.
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