Doyle Rogers Company and its partners Moses Tucker Real Estate have secured executed leases from the State of Arkansas Building Authority to lease all available office space in the Mann project.
Doyle Rogers Company and its partners, Moses Tucker Real Estate, Inc. are pleased to announce that the beginning of structure resurrection work began along Little Rock's Main Street in the former Blass Department Store Building and Annex for the new project, now known as the Mann Property project. The effort of these local investors is a $20 million project to convert the former Blass buildings into office space at the corner of Fourth and Main streets, multifamily in the Annex, and ground floor retail/commercial in both structures. The project is slated to finish in Spring/Summer of 2013.
Doyle Rogers Company is pleased to announce that Metropolitan National Bank has once again been named "Best Bank" by the readers of the Arkansas Times publication. This award is a source of tremendous pride for Metropolitan, and we are pleased with the financial institution for receiving this honor for its unprecedented 14th consecutive year.
Plans for a joint venture project were announced March 7, 2012 by Doyle Rogers Company and its partner, Moses Tucker Real Estate, Inc. for a major, mixed use development in the Little Rock, Arkansas CBD, directly on the city's historic Main Street. The project will consist of the former flagship building of Blass Department Stores and its adjacent Annex building, which all together will encompass 142,000 square feet that will be totally renovated for use as first class office, ground floor retail, and loft-style, multifamily residential.
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Doyle Rogers Company is pleased to announce that its founder, Doyle W. Rogers, Sr., after actively serving for many years on its Board, has been elected Director Emeritus of Citizens Bank, a commercial banking institution based in Batesville, Arkansas. Citizens Bank and the city government of Batesville have designated March 6, 2012 to honor Mr. Rogers for his extensive community involvement, business endeavors, and city leadership he has offered throughout his lifetime. Doyle Rogers Company was founded in Batesville in 1953 and has office presence, as well as investments in the market area.
Doyle Rogers Company is pleased to announce that its principal, Chief
Executive Officer, Tommy Lasiter has been honored by the University of
Central Arkansas for his contribution to the university and his involvement
with its Foundation by being named Chairman of the University of Central
Arkansas Foundation Board of Directors.