Conway’s downtown lures investors

Developers’ projects, gateway manifest faith in thriving area

Posted: October 27, 2013 at 3:30 a.m.

Work is underway on the conversion of the Region’s Bank building at 1023 Main St. in Conway into the Metro Square project, part of the ongoing development of Conway’s downtown.

Over the past decade, about $70 million in private and public dollars have been invested in downtown Conway, a figure that city leaders believe reflects the city’s reputation for diversity both in terms of its economy and residents.

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Business, Pages 68 on 10/27/2013


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