The opportunity for success is alive and well in Downtown Bentonville. - It's already home to the Walmart Home Office and its nearly 15,000 employees, the Walton Visitors Center, the Conference Center at Compton Gardens and the home to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. It is the seat of city and county governments, and the host to over 300+ family-friend community events.
A comprehensive master plan for future development ensures a bright future. Now is the time to capitalize on the unique story unfolding in the heart of Benton County. Bentonville Chamber of Commerce.
8th St. Widening Project with 1-540 Access click here to visit the website
SW 8th Street is the second major east-west thoroughfare downtown (Central being the first) and also makes a big impact on the perceptions of downtown. SW 8th St. will be upgrading with curb and guttering and sidewalks. (See the rendering of SW 8th Street). The City has indicated this project is the top priority in 2008 according to the FYI 2005-2009 Capital Improvement Program.
Downtown Trail System view website click here to visit the website
Downtown Bentonville sports a huge network of trails for public use. Bentonville Plaza's property is interconnected into this network and offers a great opportunity for active tenants to utilize the 22 miles worth of trails that will soon connect the Downtown District to all of Bentonville, Centerton and Rogers. Only .1 mile from Bentonville Plaza.
|Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art click here to visit the website
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is envisioned as a premier national art institution dedicated to American art and artists, learning and community gatherings.
The museum takes its name from the unique glass-and-wood building design, created for the natural setting by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie. The entire complex will encompass approximately 100,000 square feet of gallery, library, meeting and office space, a Great Hall, areas for outdoor concerts and public events, as well as sculpture and walking trails.