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  • This is an impressive landmark building located on the West Broadway Street of the downtown West Memphis region. This co-educational public community college which was established in 1993 has a s...
  • Located near Mathews Park on the southwestern periphery of downtown West Memphis region near the Meadowbrook Country Club. This church is serving as the local ward congregations of devotees, and ...
  • Established in 1949, this newly furbished hospital facility went through a major expansion program in the year 2004. As of now, this is a 152-bed acute care health facility offering a wide variet...
  • This building is now serving as the Municipal Court complex in West Memphis and has a Crittenden County – World War I & II memorial erected in the grateful memory of the men and women w...
  • Most county government offices are located within this building where state and county policies are also formulated by the elected members. The offices of the Fort Smith local commissioner and po...
  • It is one of the oldest hospitals serving this region since 1887, and still continues to rank amongst the largest employers in the state of Arkansas. With a mission to provide superior, quality a...
  • Determined masons had dreamed and planned this temple for years which was eventually established in September 1929, which was a great day for masons throughout the Fort Smith area. George H. Mann...
  • This structure was built in 1937, and has historically served as a courthouse of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas. This courthouse cum post office is a three-...
  • This Building C which has recently come up in 2009 is a part of the new planned development at the Village at Hendrix in Conway, Arkansas. This facility is housing Hendrix College students in its...
  • This is a new worship center capable of seating 350 people with a state-of-the-art sound system and projection screen in order to influence spiritual growth amidst the residents of Conway. Visito...
  • Located along the main street, this building is the seat of the Conway General Post Office and most State Federal Government Offices of the Faulkner County in Arkansas State. It serves as the adm...
  • It is the site of the first Court House in Faulkner County which was erected in 1878 and later refurbished into this present structure. This charming building which currently serves as the offici...
  • Also known as the First National Bank Building, Regions Center is a skyscraper in Little Rock, that is the tallest building in downtown. It is a 30-story, Class A office building totaling approxi...
  • This is an independent financial services firm offering investment banking based in Little Rock. As a full service, privately owned investment bank Stephens Inc. is housed in its own building tha...
  • This building is a bustling urban neighborhood in the heart of Little Rock`s River Market District. It is a 500,000 square-foot development featuring everything from shopping and dining to a hote...
  • The Roman Catholic Diocese of Arkansas is located in Little Rock and was founded on November 28, 1843. The Cathedral of Saint Andrew the Apostle is 220 feet in height and was built in 1881. It wa...
  • The Library founded in 1916 got relocated here in October 2004 into this $23 million dollar building, which was the first "green" building in Fayetteville. In June 2006 the library cele...
  • The Lofts at Underwood Plaza is the premier condominium building in Northwest Arkansas. Located directly West Dickson Street, one block east of the main entrance to the University of Arkansas an...
  • Also known as The Eason Building it is located on west side of Fayetteville. On its historic public square. It is one of the few remaining "old" buildings on the square. The Fayettevill...
  • Built in 1962 to house the Fayetteville, Arkansas, Public Library, the Fulbright Building is located in a green residential neighborhood at the edge of the city’s historic district. It is s...
  • Located in the Eureka Springs Downtown District on Upper Spring Street rich in history, the Palace Hotel and Bath House Spa is a National Historic Register Property. It has been restored with ext...
  • Eureka Springs celebrated the 100th anniversary of this public library in 2010. It was in 1910 a group of residents from Eureka Springs petitioned Andrew Carnegie for funds to build a public libr...
  • Located on Spring Street right in the center of historic downtown, Flatiron flats offer comfortable lodging to scrupulous travelers looking for taste and comfort. Anyone parked in this building c...
  • Nestled in the Ozark Mountains near Eureka Springs, this religious site is a majestic glass chapel that is awe-inspiringly beautiful. The forty-eight foot tall wooden structure has 425 windows an...