Property/Developments

 

CHAFFEE CROSSING IS IN ITS PRIME!

 

Formerly 7,000 acres that were part of Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, this base redevelopment project started with the 1995 Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC). Today, the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority trust oversees land sales and development of the property known as Chaffee Crossing. FCRA's Master Plan guides development based upon Smart Growth, New Urbanist principles with a goal of making Chaffee Crossing a diversified, walkable community that has an overriding quality of life.

 

Workplaces, homes, recreational amenities, trails, shopping, churches and more are all conveniently situated near each other for a complete community within the cities of Fort Smith and Barling, Arkansas. The property is also within three school districts: Fort Smith Public School District, Greenwood Public School District and Lavaca Public School District. 

 

Click on these links to learn more about the diverse development taking place today. 

  Site Profile

  Land Use Map

  Transportation

  Technology & Utility Providers

  Property For Sale

  Property Sold

  Current Projects

  Business Listing

  FCRA Design Guidelines

Comprehensive demographic data is available through the Arkansas Economic Development Institute and other resources listed on our Helpful Links page.

 

For details about available Chaffee Crossing properties, contact Bob Cooper, Ghan & Cooper Commercial Properties, 479.478.6161. 

 

 

Recent News


Jan 27, 2023

The FCRA is the economic development project in Fort Smith behind Chaffee Crossing, and it released its 2022 annual report. One measure in the report shows more than $4 million in real estate taxes have been generated by property sold last year.


Jan 27, 2023

A new report examines how the Fort Chaffee area has grown in the last 25 years. Michael Tilley, with our partner Talk Business & Politics, breaks it down for us.


Jan 25, 2023

2022 was a record-breaking year for the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority, according to the organization’s annual report released Wednesday (Jan. 25). The report noted that 2022 property sales totaled $3.8 million, and returned 66 acres to taxable property.


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