Historic District

 

The Chaffee Crossing Historic District is a unique area in the middle of the 7,000-acre Chaffee Crossing development where WWII-era history is combining with modern planning to create a walkable urban community. The Historic District Master Plan includes mixed-use areas with residential spaces, restaurants, recreational and entertainment venues, retail shops, commercial and service businesses as well as public areas.

 

Chaffee Crossing’s historic district warmly embraces the region’s rich history with a variety of venues appealing to people of all ages and interests. Area educators are seeking to build schools, education and training facilities nearby. The combination of education and tourism in this district is creating an attractive environment for new businesses. 

 

Learn more about the history of Camp Chaffee/Fort Chaffee, buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places and related rehabilitation tax credits, public spaces and attractions, FCRAs plans for future business development in the Historic District and other features on these pages of our site. 

 

Historic District Development

 

Historic District Buildings

 

Fort Chaffee History

 

Museums

 

Chaffee Crossing Memorial Plaza

 

Historic District Features

Recent News


Jun 2, 2020

With the addition of a new curriculum, third-year medical students at ARCOM will now have the ability to participate with patients through telemedicine.


May 26, 2020

The May edition of the Chaffee Crossing Connection newsletter contains updates on the latest projects and upcoming events. Keep up with our progress in the Chaffee Crossing Historic District and all across the property. New businesses are opening, new infrastructure projects are about to begin, and trails and open for use today.


May 21, 2020

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.


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