Prime retail/office location just 1/2 block off Dickson Street. Surrounded by condos, student housing, restaurants and bars. Fayetteville public parking lot on site. Access to Legacy Building amenities and restrooms.
Retail space available located less than one mile from I-49 in South Fayetteville, AR. Surrounded by major retailers including Lowe’s and Walmart and in close proximity to the University of Arkansas Campus Corridor. W Martin Luther King Drive yields over 41,000 vehicles per day (2017), giving the 6th Street Shoppes high exposure.
Crossroads Village located on the corner of N Crossover Road and E Mission Blvd in Fayetteville available for lease. Anchored by Harps Foods and home to many other local and national tenants. Surrounded by other major retailers and residential neighborhoods, the location is a main destination providing convenience and service to the suburbs
Located within 1 mile of the University of Arkansas. Great visibility from I-49 with approximately 250' of frontage on MLK. Surrounded by national retailers including Diary Queen, Starbucks, Popeye's, Slim Chicken's, Raising Canes, and Taco Bell among others.
Great opportunity for retail conversion on College Avenue with visibility to over 30,000 VPD. Former bank branch (bank restriction in place). Located less than 5 minutes from the University of Arkansas.
- 701 W Sycamore St : 84 units, 5.7 acres, $69 per square foot, well below replacement cost, 11 buildings including clubhouse and swimming pool, Zoned and ready for an additional 156 units, Additional land included in sale for the additional 156 units, Low rental rates with upside value ADD potential, $67,000 per door, Attractive %6.8 asking cap rate
- 2000 N Garland Ave: 48 units, 3.32 acres. $69 per square foot, well below replacement cost, two buildings, Across the University of Arkansas Farm, Low rental rates with upside value ADD potential, $67,000 per door, Attractive 6.8% asking cap rate
Located just steps from the Fayetteville Square, this building has undergone significant improvements and represents an important repositioning of the old EJ Ball building to more closely reflect downtown Fayetteville's dynamic Innovation District.