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Anyone have an idea what they're building behind the StudioPlus hotel at the intersection of Kanis Rd and Shackleford Rd? The lot was wooded but they have cleared it off and have put down a gravel base. Thanks!

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Anyone have an idea what they're building behind the StudioPlus hotel at the intersection of Kanis Rd and Shackleford Rd? The lot was wooded but they have cleared it off and have put down a gravel base. Thanks!

Probably the new Hilton Garden Inn --- http://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/eng/planreview/PLUMB/83444.htm

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