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Haag Brown Unveils Reserve at Hill Park Development

Richard Brinegar 78 Apr 27

by Graycen Colbert Bigger  on Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017 3:46 pm  

Haag Brown Principal Broker Joshua Brown speaks during Tuesday's event. (Graycen Colbert Bigger)

Tacos 4 Life founder Austin Samuelson announces the opening of a new location along Red Wolf Boulevard in Jonesboro. (Graycen Colbert Bigger)

The park includes a private running trail, lake and pavilion nestled among 20 acres of forrest.  (Graycen Colbert Bigger)

The park is already home to offices for Ritter Communications, Stephens Inc., Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates, and Majewski Plastic Surgery and Spa. (Haag Brown)

Another view of the lake and pavilion. (Haag Brown)

Haag Brown Commercial's plan for a "lifestyle" office environment. (Haag Brown Commercial)

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Haag Brown Commercial Real Estate and Development unveiled on Tuesday The Reserve at Hill Park, a new lifestyle-oriented office project inside the 38-acre, multi-use Hill Park Development. 

The multi-use real estate concept, billed as the first of its kind in northeast Arkansas, seeks to promote a more flexible work environment and healthy lifestyle, the developers said.

Announced in 2015, the development is located on Ritter Drive and features a private running trail, lake and pavilion nestled among 20 acres of forrest. 

"Imagine being able to camp with your family, paddle board after work or take a conference call while walking on the trail," Haag Brown Principal Broker Joshua Brown said.

Among the park's features: wifi throughout the development, which Brown said will help tenants work outside traditional office spaces and encourage the creation of an outdoor professional community.  

"We spend more time at the office than we do in our own homes," Brown said. "Statistics show that 20 to 30 minutes of continuous movement each day has tremendous health benefits. We want to provide that for people."

The park is already home to offices for Ritter Communications, Stephens Inc., Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates, and Majewski Plastic Surgery and Spa. Haag Brown plans to move its headquarters to The Reserve at Park Hill once construction of a new facility is finished late this year. 

Tuesday's event culminated with the announcement that Tacos 4 Life Grill will open a new location at 2929 Parkwood along Red Wolf Boulevard, the site of the old Craighead County Fairgrounds. The move comes as the restaurant chain eyes expansion inside and outside the state. 

"It's fun to be in a community like Jonesboro that is rapidly growing," Tacos 4 Life founder Austin Samuelson said. "There is obviously a lot of pride here." 

Based in Conway, Tacos 4 Life Grill operates with a mission to prevent childhood hunger with its Meal 4 Meal program, which provides food to a child in need for every meal purchased. The Jonesboro restaurant is expected to open in the fall, after a Searcy store is up and running. Jonesboro will mark the company's seventh franchise in the state since opening in June 2014. 

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