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Since 1996, approximately $2 billion in investments have come into the Downtown Little Rock area! From $1 million worth of renovations to the Melton Building now home to 10,000 Villages, to $165 million to open the Clinton Presidential Center, the confidence in our metro area continues to grow.

Are you an investor looking to build a hotel, start a restaurant or open a store? Locating in the area could be a profitable investment for the right type of business. By contacting our office, you can get all the info on downtown that you need to develop a business and growth plan. Financing companies. Real estate firms. Demographic statistics. If it relates to Downtown Little Rock, we’re your source. We want YOU to add to the success of downtown.

If you would like to know more about investing in our downtown call the Downtown Little Rock Partnership at 501.375.0121 or email Gabe Holmstrom, Executive Director - .

Little Rock honored as one of "10 Great Southern Downtowns" Southern Business & Development-Winter 2015

Little Rock/North Little Rock/Conway-"Ten Powerful Major Economies in the South that don't get enough national attention" Southern Business & Development-Winter 2015

Arts and Culture Anchor Main Street Little Rock Brands Main Street as Creative Corridor

Suggested Downtown Technology Park Sites as Proposed by the Downtown Little Rock Partnership to the Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board - November 13, 2013 Presentation

Architectural Vision of Creative Corridor on Main Street - Creative Corridor Presentation

Downtown Developers Announce Blass Project on Main Street - Blass Project, March 2012

"Little Rock - One of 10 Best Value Cities" - Kiplinger, 2011

"Little Rock Economy Ranked Nation's Fourth Strongest" - Business Week, 2009
Gathering Data for Your Vision
We want YOUR business in Downtown Little Rock. The Xceligent Retail and Office Market Reports (below), courtesy of Flake & Kelley Commercial, Colliers International, Doyle Rogers Company, Irwin Partners, and Moses Tucker Real Estate, offer you some of the best information available about marketing trends in our area. Your business may be new, expanding, or an established corporation. Downtown Little Rock can work for you. Join OUR vision for a vibrant downtown!

Click here for the DLRP Retail Market Report 4Q 2011.

Click here for the DLRP Office Market Report 4Q 2011.

Capitol Zoning Commission & What is Capitol Zoning?

Click Here for Capitol Zoning Boundaries

Greater Downtown Demographics
Population: 12,700.
Median age: 38.4
Households: 5,922
Avg. household size: 1.99
Vehicles per household: 1.5
Avg. household income: $35,949
Daytime Employees: 42,636
Establishments: 3,234

Physical Geography
Little Rock is 119.5 square miles and lies within Pulaski County, which is 781 square miles in size. LIttle Rock encompasses hilly and mountainous areas in the west and central areas and flatlands along the Arkansas River. Downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock line the banks of the Arkansas River.

For more demographics:
Metro Little Rock Alliance
Development Incentives
Maximize your development dollars with development incentives. Many businesses have taken advantage of tax back programs, brownfield grants and other credits to make their projects more successful. Also, learn whom to contact for city permits to get your project started. Learn how local, state and federal incentive programs can help your bottom line!

Arkansas Department of Economic Development
Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
Pulaski County Brownfields Program
City of Little Rock
MacArthur Park Historic District
Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center
Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration
Heartland Renaissance Fund

More About Little Rock
City of Little Rock
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce
Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau
Little Rock Port
Little Rock National Airport


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