Things are heating up in spite of cold winter blast. The February newsletter catches up on some great announcements and new beginnings in the industrial, residential, health care, and commercial/retail sectors. We also take a look at the FCRA 2020 annual report and all the progress that took place in spite of a challenging global economy. Lookout 2021, here we come with gusto!
The FCRA 2020 Annual Report is now available in print and online.
Western Arkansas was one of four areas of focus on Arkansas infrastructure in the “RechARge Arkansas: Regional Infrastructure Update” webinar, part of a series hosted by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Walmart Inc., CenterPoint Energy, and Cox Communications.
Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority was selected as the 2021 Non-Profit Business of the Year by Talk Business & Politics. TB&P created a video of acceptance speeches from the 2021 winners in lieu of a traditional awards ceremony.
ERC of Fort Smith purchased land from FCRA in 2020 to develop Regency Place, a new neighborhood in south Chaffee Crossing, Fort Smith. The developer has announced that Rausch Coleman Homes of Fayetteville will be the exclusive builder for the development.
The HUB at Providence developer ERC has announced a new business is coming to the mixed-use development - Barrels & Brews Bottle Shop will open mid-2021 in The HUB, located on Wells Lake Rd., Fort Smith.
An editorial in the Fort Report provides an overview of 2020 successes and an update on current activities in Chaffee Crossing.