FCRA executive director and CEO, Daniel Mann contributed a guest editorial for the May 20 digital edition of The Fort Report. He shares a lot of good news about good things happening in Chaffee Crossing.
USA TODAY reported this week on the WalletHub study that looked at more than 180 cities and took into account 15 metrics for each in two categories: recreation; and rest and relaxation. The amenities developed in Chaffee Crossing are some of the reasons Fort Smith, Arkansas, was chosen as the #6 best place for a "staycation" during the summer of 2020 pandemic.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) graduated its inaugural Master of Science in Biomedicine (MSB) class in a virtual ceremony on Saturday. ACHE is located in Fort Smith’s Chaffee Crossing.
The May 6, 2020 edition of The Fort Report includes an important article about the Highway 255 Relocation and Widening project that will have a major impact on Chaffee Crossing development as well as traffic flow through Barling and Fort Smith. This is one of the most expensive and significant ARDOT projects in the Fort Smith region in several years.
Chaffee Crossing is featured in the April issue of Business In Focus, a North American site selection publication distributed to over 468,000 subscribers. Check out the gorgeous photography and the ads of local businesses supporting Chaffee Crossing development.
In a move they hope will allow speedier development, the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority Board has approved a new planned zoning development (PZD) for a portion of the Chaffee Crossing Historic District.
In spite of the current pandemic, there is a lot of positive momentum in the western Arkansas region. Chaffee Crossing is of course at the heart of this momentum and the FCRA Board of Trustees and staff are pleased to share information about our ongoing progress.
The July edition of the Chaffee Crossing Connection newsletter is chock full of updates and insights. It's a quick read, so don't miss this opportunity to be in the know about the developments in the fastest-growing part of the Fort Smith region.
Feature articles include The HUB at Providence mixed-use development, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education activity, residential neighborhoods, Historic District development, and community events and activities.
FCRA's June newsletter highlights the strong momentum Chaffee Crossing is experiencing in spite of current economic challenges, data from our 2019 Annual Report, and exciting stories about new developers, new projects, and community events. Summer 2020 is off to a bright start!
Arkansas College for Health Education (ACHE) will begin accepting applications for its school of physical therapy July 1. The three-year program will focus on hands-on, clinical experience with students graduating with a doctor of physical therapy (DPT) degree.