Printer Friendly

Owner becomes tenant.

Owner Becomes Tenant

The Arkansas Health Care Association hopes to move into 3,000 SF on the third floor of the National Old Line Building before the year is out. The lobbying/trade association represents the interests of Arkansas' long-term care facilities (a.k.a. nursing homes).

"We simply need more space," reports Ben Salewski, executive director of the AHCA.

The group, with a staff of four, will vacate its 1,250-SF office building at the northeast corner of Victory and Capitol in favor of leased quarters.

"We're certainly open to possibilities to either sell or lease," Salewski says of future plans for the AHCA Building.

AHCA moved from the Tower Building in 1984 after buying the property for $115,000 in September 1983. The seller was C-S-B Partnership I (James B. Conner of Little Rock, Delrena C. Sides of Wilmette, III., and Mary C. Burke of Manchester, Conn.)
COPYRIGHT 1990 Journal Publishing, Inc.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 1990 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Title Annotation:Real Deals; Arkansas Health Care Association
Author:Waldon, George
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Nov 26, 1990
Previous Article:Like a good neighbour.
Next Article:Taco Bell bids.

Related Articles
Commercial real estate.
Growing with Central Arkansas.
Healthstar, Methodist of Jonesboro nearing handshake.
Y2K demand for large medical space is contagious.
New Victory Building Gets 'A' for Effort.
Second HIPAA Rule Hits Health Providers in Bank.
Barnes Quinn Tops List of Property Managers.
ATRS Real Estate Investments Grow to $96 Million.
Will favorable conditions for not-for-profits continue?

Terms of use | Copyright © 2016 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters