Residential: 33 Residential Units for lease
This project took design inspiration from industrial factories that have been updated and reformed in the past couple of decades. The desired final affect was achieved in the team’s opinion. The modern roofline and black windows, coupled with red brick siding and iron balconies gives the building an industrial/modern blend.
This was an exciting project for the team as one of the first larger multifamily buildings undertaken. It led to the expansion of a more robust property management company/partner, Wheelhouse Real Estate Management.
This project took about a year to construct. The first residents moved in on April 4, 2019.
Set at three stories and rooftop patios, the building is one of the tallest on the street, and works well as SW B Street is a bit of a transitioning street. To the east, SW A Street is predominantly commercial, while residential single family homes line SW C Street.
The building replaces an older ranch style home that was set on a large lot. This lot is located very near where the historic Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad came to the depot station (still existing, located on South Main Street across from the Bentonville Public Library). The City of Bentonville downtown residential code allowed for a smaller setback from the street, and the creation of a wider, more urban ADA compliant sidewalk and parallel parking spots.
Located in Bentonville’s Arts District, this project is around the corner from Skylight Cinema and First National Bank. Within two blocks there are a variety of offices, shops, pubs, and restaurants. The Walmart Home Office and Thaden School are located a ten-minute walk away.
Life & News
All of the apartments are available for lease and managed by Wheelhouse Real Estate Management.
“Developer announces $6 million project near downtown Bentonville” by Paul Gatling, Talk Business & Politics, May 9, 2018
“Depot No. 16 Development Coming Soon to Downtown Bentonville”, Arkansas Money & Politics, 2018