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3 hours ago, skirby said:

Never had that problem. It was always nice to sit outside and have a slice while enjoying the river view.

Due to the fact Little Rock turned away from the river there are few places with river views. Damgoode was one of the few that provided that view.

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Well, they don't build them like this anymore. Fulk Building on the 600 block of Main.

Is this an image of "what might have been" or of "what still might be"? http://www.oxleyartgraphics.com/LRRiverMarket-MTMap.html The above link shows a conceptual rendering of the River Market Dis

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On 4/15/2019 at 7:47 AM, theman said:

Noticed that a couple of weeks ago. I wonder what it means for the building in the background that also has the Simmons logo on it?

Now more than a year down the road, from the looks of this Facebook post, the naming rights (a "skyline brand opportunity", as the post puts it) for Little Rock's tallest building may be up for grabs again, though there's no mention of that yet on the property manager's website.

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Now more than a year down the road, from the looks of this Facebook post, the naming rights (a "skyline brand opportunity", as the post puts it) for Little Rock's tallest building may be up for grabs again, though there's no mention of that yet on the property manager's website.

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On 1/9/2020 at 1:08 PM, ndark said:

Ernie Biggs is showing that it is Leased. 

Saw the sign in the window a few minutes ago. Wonder what it is. 

Cannibal and Craft, a bar which has a location on Dickson St. in Fayetteville, is opening in the old Ernie Biggs location. 

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I-30 Crossing construction at the 2nd Street ramp.:

Ramp being removed with the Holiday Inn Express in the background.

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This part will also be coming down.

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2nd Street (bottom right hand corner) will remain open but the ramp will be replaced by a park running from the Clinton Presidential  Center Park under I-30 west to Cumberland.

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7 hours ago, skirby said:

I-30 Crossing construction at the 2nd Street ramp.:

Ramp being removed with the Holiday Inn Express in the background.

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This part will also be coming down.

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2nd Street (bottom right hand corner) will remain open but the ramp will be replaced by a park running from the Clinton Presidential  Center Park under I-30 west to Cumberland.

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Will there be a new entrance ramp into the river market?  I feel this is the most used ramp down there…

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11 hours ago, dnashobviously said:

Will there be a new entrance ramp into the river market?  I feel this is the most used ramp down there…

The 1st ramp south of the river will be at 4th Street.

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On 6/17/2021 at 1:52 PM, skirby said:

2nd Street (bottom right hand corner) will remain open but the ramp will be replaced by a park running from the Clinton Presidential  Center Park under I-30 west to Cumberland.

I was hoping they would do a deck over park from 6th to 9th much like Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. That section is already below grade and could connect Mac Park to East Village somewhat nicely. But why would ARDOT want to make anything more pleasant*eyeroll*

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I was hoping they would do a deck over park from 6th to 9th much like Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. That section is already below grade and could connect Mac Park to East Village somewhat nicely. But why would ARDOT want to make anything more pleasant*eyeroll*

It’s not a bad idea, but for the record, elevated parks over freeways are SUPER expensive to construct and maintain.


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5 minutes ago, Architect said:


It’s not a bad idea, but for the record, elevated parks over freeways are SUPER expensive to construct and maintain.


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True.  They're already spending  a billion though.

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1 hour ago, Smith said:

I was hoping they would do a deck over park from 6th to 9th much like Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. That section is already below grade and could connect Mac Park to East Village somewhat nicely. But why would ARDOT want to make anything more pleasant*eyeroll*

That's a cool idea.  It could be done on several sections of 630 too.  

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