Construction cost increases for new homes, coupled with an influx of out-of-state buyers have added to the effects of the COVID pandemic to create even more demand for most homes in Fort Smith.
Chaffee Crossing is enjoying continued momentum with investors considering properties across the 7,000-acre development for a variety of uses, particularly in the Chaffee Crossing Historic District. This month our newsletter features property sales, growing educational opportunities, new neighborhoods, and the return of fun-filled events.
The inaugural class of Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM) at Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) had their white coat ceremony Sept. 16, 2017. At 11 a.m. Friday (March 19), a celebrated Match Day was held in which students opened their envelopes to see where they would continue their education through a residency program.
The Fort Report March 2021 edition is hot off the presses with news about Chaffee Crossing and the Fort Smith region.
Regency Park is officially under construction! Ground has been broken and the plans are coming to life. ERC Create is the developer for the project. Rausch-Coleman Homes is the exclusive builder for the affordable home neighborhood.
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The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority’s real estate review committee approved a request by Arkansas Colleges of Health Education to purchase 77 acres located on the corner of Roberts and Chad Colley boulevards in Chaffee Crossing for $1 million.
Despite a national pandemic, the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority ended 2020 in a solid financial situation with a new year off to a good start, according to Daniel Mann, FCRA executive director and CEO.