The new deck replaces the longtime surface-level parking lot across the street, which is set to be redeveloped into a new public park.
A plan to build a seven-story hotel across from the Walton Arts Center has cleared another hurdle.
The largest parking lot in the Dickson Street area will soon be removed to make way for a new public park. Parking will be replaced by a new deck that’s set to soon open across the street.
It will be another three weeks before discussions can continue on a plan to build a new downtown hotel across from the Walton Arts Center.
City Council members next week will discuss the next step in a proposal to build a hotel across from the Walton Arts Center in downtown Fayetteville.
A section of the city’s trail system will be closed for about a month while crews work to replace an aging stretch of asphalt with a concrete surface.
Plans for a new downtown hotel can now move forward next to the Upper Ramble where a civic plaza is planned across from the Walton Arts Center.
The City Council on Tuesday discussed a proposal for a new downtown hotel, but held off on making a decision.
A group of business owners, developers, and other stakeholders will commission a study to examine current and future parking needs in the Dickson Street and Block Avenue areas.
Fayetteville officials this week celebrated the opening of the Lower Ramble, which is part of the city’s cultural arts corridor project.
A ceremony is scheduled for 4:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8 off West Avenue at the canopy overlook area of the Fay Jones woods south of the Fayetteville Public Library.
The city’s arts council will provide input on how art can be integrated into a new hotel development in the cultural arts corridor in downtown Fayetteville.
The street design includes new sidewalks, upgraded stormwater infrastructure, and safety improvements for both pedestrians and bicycle riders.
Tours are planned for 3 p.m. Saturday, April 23 and 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 4.
A portion of the Razorback Greenway in Fayetteville will be closed for about seven weeks.