Aug 29, 2021

NWA Democrat-Gazette - 'It's going to do nothing but go up': Med school, jets, housing expected to increase Fort Smith population over decade


While Fort Smith's growth is modest compared to other cities, leaders and developers believe a more prominent, sudden population jump is possible due to initiatives such as Arkansas Colleges of Health Education's health and wellness research center and fighter jets set to relocate at Ebbing Air National Guard Base.

 

Read the full NWA Democrat-Gazette article here.

Recent News


Oct 13, 2021

Fort Smith Coffee Co. will have its third location in one of the Chaffee Crossing barracks. Owner Kaity Gould said she plans to open the store in about a year. The biggest change for this new location will be that it will have a full menu, offering breakfast, brunch, and lunch seven days a week. 


Oct 1, 2021

Census records for 2020 show the number of renters has surpassed the number of homeowners for the first time in Fort Smith. 

With the expansion of rental properties in Chaffee Crossing, low supply and high demand for homes, and more jobs coming to the area, what does this mean long-term for the city?


Oct 1, 2021

ERC Holdings is expanding its housing developments at Chaffee Crossing in hopes of expanding the area’s live-work-play destination. The new areas are projected to have a combined economic impact in excess of $100 million when completed.


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