Cromwell's Jonesboro office is providing full architectural design services for Depot 16, a new multi-family housing development in Bentonville, AR, that is part of a larger reviltilization effort, the B Street Development. This building design was inspired by American factories built during the industrial age. To read more about this development, you can find the full press release here. http://www.newelldevelopment.com/project/depot-16/
Last week they broke ground on the Landing at Greensborough Village, the newest luxury apartments in Northeast Arkansas. Cromwell’s Jonesboro office is providing full Architecture and Engineering services on this project.
More development in the East Village! http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2018/mar/14/outdoor-dining-suds-set-for-site-201803/
Cromwell Architects Engineers is moving! After over 40 years anchoring the Convention District in downtown Little Rock, Cromwell is moving to a new neighborhood in downtown called East Village. Dubbed simply The Paint Factory, the complex is also home to 12 Star Flats, Catheads Diner, the Printshop, and a community room called the Mixing Room.
The Paint Factory renovation is the flagship project of a larger revitalization of East Village, a downtown Little Rock neighborhood that has been long neglected. East Village exists as the oldest remaining industrial complex in the city and perhaps in the entire state.
We will officially be in our new home on Monday, March 26th.
Phone numbers and email addresses will remain unchanged. Our new shipping / billing / mailing address is: 1300 East 6th Street, Little Rock, AR 72202.
To find out more about East Village and Paint Factory please check out www.eastvillagelr, follow us on Facebook @thepaintfactoryineastvillage and Instagram @paintfactorylr.
We had a great time cheering for the Little Rock Marathon participants yesterday with our East Village neighbors. Thanks to Entegrity, Cathead's Diner, and everyone else that came out to help us.
Come out to 6th and Shall on Sunday morning from 7-9am to help Cromwell and other East Village businesses cheer on the participants of the Little Rock Marathon!
The first construction phase of the Rock City Yacht Club is underway. This project is 12 years in the making and John Burkhalter, the developer of the property, is ready to see the project through. He has faced a series of hurdles since he first purchased the property. It took six years to acquire a necessary permit from the Army Corps of Engineers. Construction was also delayed as Burkkhalter was waiting on a grant from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commisision to build a public boat ramp, an integral part of the project. We are thrilled that this project is finally coming to life! For more information, check out this article from Arkansas Online.
Cromwell was honored to be a part of Habitat for Humanity’s first "Tiny House" project. The house was dedicated to its new owner, Raymond Donaldson, over the weekend. Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity.
Want to learn a little bit more about Little Rock's East Village You should definitely read this editorial by Senior Editor Rex Nelson in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette from 1/31/2018. http://www.arkansasonline.com/…/creating-east-village-2018…/
This article from The Daily Record tells the story of the past, present, and future of East Village.