Acumen Brands’ experiment with a brick-and-mortar boot store in the center of the Fayetteville square will come to an end.
Fayetteville-based Acumen Brands plans to open a brick-and-mortar location for its wildly popular online western apparel store Country Outfitter. The store will also offer handbags from Acumen’s newest online brand Maple & West.
A Fayetteville-based company is planning to locate flagship locations for two of their popular online stores at the center of the Fayetteville square.
City Council members this week approved a $100 per month lease to Jim Huson for the city-owned patio on the south side of the Old Post Office building.
Last week, we learned that a new buyer had stepped forward to purchase the Old Post Office, and that the building is once again under contract with a June closing date. This week, we found out that the buyer is Doe’s Eat Place owner Jim Huson.
It’s been a bit of a whirlwind year for the Old Post Office, but it looks as though the building at the center of the Fayetteville square could have a new owner soon.
For the second time in the past year, attempts to purchase the Old Post Office in downtown Fayetteville have fallen through.
The building’s buyer could take possession of it sometime this spring.
Fayetteville Underground artists are expected to move into a space inside the GCM building on the southwest side of the square.
A roundup of highlights from the group’s meeting for April 2012.
The commission agreed to make a formal offer to the owner of the Old Post Office Building during its regularly scheduled meeting Monday afternoon.
An appraisal of the Old Post Office on the downtown square places the value at less than half of what the owner has asked the Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission to pay.
Old Post Office appraisal – Parrish Appraisals, Inc.
Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission executive director Marilyn Heifner was reinstated Monday after nearly six weeks of paid administrative leave.
No agenda was announced, but the commission will likely discuss the status of its executive director, Marilyn Heifner.